From Prince Andrew’s brutal downfall to Harry and Meghan’s difficulties, the Queen is surveying a second year from hell—and perhaps asking how the royals can prevent any more.
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The excellent Broadway jukebox musical “Jagged Little Pill” uses songs from Alanis Morissette’s 1995 album to furnish a family saga of addiction, sexuality, race, and so much more.
Social media may have been too hasty hailing Princess Anne as a Trump-dissing hero. But, from surviving a kidnapping attempt to shunning publicity, this royal is unlike any other.
Lifetime’s ‘Twinkle all the Way’ feels like any Christmas TV movie. But with a gay couple, and closing gay kiss, it may shake up these snowy, typically heterosexual worlds of love.
In an exclusive interview, Judy and Dennis Shepard talk grief, LGBTQ rights, what Matt’s National Cathedral plaque means, and Trump’s “horrifying” policies.
He’s rewritten his pre-“Angels in America” play “A Bright Room Called Day” to take damning account of the Trump era. Plus, all women together in “Fefu and Her Friends.”
‘A Christmas Carol’ on Broadway is funny, sad, and beautifully performed and directed. And its despotic, cruel Scrooge seems like a certain president—if he too merits redemption.