The Queen, and Princes William and Harry have spoken out on coronavirus. Princess Diana’s ground-breaking AIDS activism could inspire an effective royal response to the pandemic.
Each day he stands with President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence and gently corrects misstatements and introduces actual truth to coronavirus briefings.
Mart Crowley, who died recently, made LGBTQ history with “The Boys in the Band.” Andrew Rannells and other actors from the 1968 and 2018 productions share their memories of him.
Dr. Deborah L. Birx invoked AIDS at the White House when talking about the coronavirus response. Unmentioned: the “lessons learned” in the 1980s were down to brave LGBTQ activists.
Ron Reagan discusses why his father would have never voted Trump, Ronald Reagan’s gay rights and AIDS record, fighting “religious freedom,” and his “burning in hell” atheism TV ad.
Laura Linney is a wonderful solo storyteller in “My Name is Lucy Barton” on Broadway. But the play itself feels too scattered to pack a knockout punch.
One of the buzziest plays on Broadway, ‘The Inheritance’ spins epically and soapily through time to tell a powerful, if flawed, story about the power of LGBTQ history and healing.