Hey Gays, Here’s Truman Capote’s Hardcore Gay Screenplay of The Great Gatsby (For Real This Time)

Hey friends! Seph here. As many of you know, for the past few months I've been trying to get my hands on Truman Capote's rejected, unpublished screenplay which he wrote for Jack Clayton's 1974 film adaptation of The Great Gatsby. As those of you who read Adam's post will recall, Baz Luhrmann described Capote's screenplay this … Continue reading Hey Gays, Here’s Truman Capote’s Hardcore Gay Screenplay of The Great Gatsby (For Real This Time)

hey dudes here’s my 36-song mountain goats playlist about david and jonathan from the bible

hey friends, it's seph. as you may know, one of my favorite tasks is assembling extensive playlists of mountain goats songs focused on a particular text or theme. this is more of a compulsion than a hobby, and I hope that someday I will find more productive outlets for my creative energy. in the meantime, … Continue reading hey dudes here’s my 36-song mountain goats playlist about david and jonathan from the bible

Five Pairs of Actors I’d Like To See Play Louis and Prior from Angels in America

All of these actors have previously shown that they have the kind of chemistry that I think is crucial to pull off two of the greatest roles in contemporary American theatre, Louis Ironson and Prior Walter. #1: Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield Louis: JE Prior: AG Note: Yes, I know that Andrew Garfield is in … Continue reading Five Pairs of Actors I’d Like To See Play Louis and Prior from Angels in America

Gayest Things Pierre Bezukhov Has Done So Far In War And Peace, Keep In Mind That I’m About Thirty Pages In

Like many gay people who go to the theatre, I was deeply affected by the Broadway musical Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 when I saw it at the Imperial Theater this past January. In particular, I was intrigued by the character of Pierre Bezukhov. Who was this "sad old man living out his … Continue reading Gayest Things Pierre Bezukhov Has Done So Far In War And Peace, Keep In Mind That I’m About Thirty Pages In