Greetings Niche Nation, and welcome back to our ongoing quiz series/hyperfixation dumping ground. Once again, we're here to test your wits and ask the question on everyone's mind: is this a quote from that one gay play we're all weirdly obsessed with, Angels in America, or from Emmy Award winning satirical series The Colbert Report? Confused? Keep … Continue reading I Am Angels in America (And So Can You!) : A Niche Quiz
Does your teen seem kind of gay? Not gay in the usual way, but gay in the terrifying evil old McCarthyite lawyer way? Has your teen started speaking in something like a 1950s Jewish New York accent but with the impeccable vocal flourish of Al Pacino or Nathan Lane? Is your child as hellbent on … Continue reading Is Your Teen Kin With Roy Cohn?
About 21 hours ago, blogger Chelsea Fagan delivered the funniest tweet of all time unto us: the other day a bartender told me his high school did a performance of RENT where they couldn't say AIDS so all the characters had diabetes — Chelsea Fagan (@Chelsea_Fagan) October 6, 2017 I mean, we've all heard of … Continue reading A Conservative High School Production of Angels in America Where They Can’t Say AIDS So All the Characters Have Diabetes Instead
ANDREW GARFIELD #1: bad news they just fired me from being spider man ANDREW GARFIELD #2: on what grounds though ANDREW GARFIELD #1: well you know how i've been spending every press conference saying that spider man 3 should be about peter parker discovering he's bi like just starting the year at NYU real sad that … Continue reading Two Andrew Garfields Invent Acting
Garfield did go on to admit, “as far as I know, I am not a gay man,” but appeared to be open to the possibility of a same-sex experience or relationship at some point in the future. “Maybe I’ll have an awakening later in my life, which I’m sure will be wonderful and I’ll get … Continue reading He
by Seph and Thea Is this a quote from the Tony and Pulitzer winning play "Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes" or the FX show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"? This quiz asks the question: What? Answer key below. (N.B.: both texts contain some pretty strong themes. Here are some content warnings to … Continue reading It’s Always 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