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Theater Review: “Amadeus”

“Amadeus” plays through October 6, 2019 at North Coast Repertory Theatre

It’s always good to start a play with a mystery, and Peter Shaffer’s 1979 “Amadeus” opens with a dandy: Viennese citizens whispering among themselves and asking in hushed tones “Did he do it?”

They’re talking about the rumors that composer Antonio Salieri poisoned young upstart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

"Victor/Victoria" on stage at the Moonlight Amphitheatre

Victor/Victoria plays from September 11 - 28, 2019.

Victor/Victoria is a witty, comic romp examining questions of gender, identity, and love, set in Paris in the 1930s.

English soprano Victoria Grant finds herself at a nightclub, without work or money. She meets Carroll Todd, or "Toddy," a performer at the club who gets fired while trying to help her.

Movie Review: "The Last Photograph"

Movie Review: "The Last Photograph."

Actor Danny Huston exposes a side of himself we don't often see in "The Last Photograph." Huston also directs and stars in this 85-minute moving meditation on love, grief and the search for peace.

Category is: Beyoncé Realness

Category is: Beyoncé

It's not very often that a mononymous pop icon's birthday seems like a national holiday, but Queen Bey herself turns 38 today and the world is throwing her a party. 

The Ellen Show darling Kalen Allen is one of the happy party-goers and he's giving Beyoncé realness in a special video birthday present. 

Theater Review: "The Coast Starlight"

“The Coast Starlight” plays through September 15, 2019 at La Jolla Playhouse’s Sheila and Hughes Potiker Theatre, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive (on the UCSD campus).

If you’ve ever sat on a bus or train and wondered about your fellow travelers, La Jolla Playhouse has just the play for you. 

"It Chapter 2" will include gay hate crime portrayed in the book but missing from '90 miniseries

Stephen King's novel "It" is filled with terrifying scenes, one so intense it wasn't included in the 1990 television movie. 

In the novel, published in 1986, a gay character named Adrian Mellon meets a horrifying end at the hands of the clown menace Pennywise after he is subject to a homophobic attack and thrown from a bridge and into the water below. 

Theater Review: “All Shook Up”

San Diego Musical Theatre’s production of “All Shook Up” runs through September 1, 2019 at the Horton Grand Theatre, 444 4th Avenue, downtown.

How long has it been since you heard “Jailhouse Rock”?

If your answer is “too long,” there’s a solution: San Diego Musical Theatre’s Elvis-themed “All Shook Up” opens with a smashing version of that old hit.

Theater Review: “Romeo and Juliet”

“Romeo and Juliet” plays through September 15, 2019 at The Old Globe’s Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.

Director Barry Edelstein takes an extraordinarily youthful approach in directing Shakespeare’s iconic “Romeo and Juliet” for the first time. It is, after all, about a couple of kids in love.

"Stranger Things" lead character may have been originally written as gay

It seems when it comes to gay characters, Hollywood can't make up its mind about who is and who isn't especially when the person is a major player. The hit sci-fi/horror series on Netflix, Stranger Things, made an LGBT reveal this year for its third season, but questions still linger about Will Byers' (Noah Schapp) and where he falls--if he does--in the spectrum.

Theater Review: “West Side Story”

“West Side Story” plays through August 31, 2019 at Moonlight Amphitheatre.

It may seem strange to see a bunch of hoodlums – killers, even – break out in dance at the top of Leonard Bernstein’s iconic musical “West Side Story” – and it’s not hip-hop or break dancing. But by now, most of us are used to it.