Two Olives Predict the Winners of the 71st Tony Awards

If you haven’t heard, the popular awards the Tonys– that’s Theatre for Anthonys– are airing this Sunday evening. They hand out awards to people who have done theater this year: a quaint little tradition brought forth in the 1600s that we are so honored to continue today. Nominees have been announced, or so wikipedia says, … Continue reading Two Olives Predict the Winners of the 71st Tony Awards

Alanis Morissette Appeared to Me in a Dream and Told Me They’re Making a Musical Out of Jagged Little Pill

INTERIOR - PEYTON'S BEDROOM - DAY In the centre of an orange room postered with Car Seat Headrest setlists, nestled under floral bedsheets, PEYTON is lying sound asleep. Peyton's cat, HILLARY PAWDHAM KITTEN, is curled up at their feet, purring contentedly. Suddenly, there is a flash of sound at Peyton's bedside. Peyton blinks and opens their eyes. … Continue reading Alanis Morissette Appeared to Me in a Dream and Told Me They’re Making a Musical Out of Jagged Little Pill

He Went To Juilliard: 7 People You Might Not Know Went to Juilliard

There is an inexplicable feeling. A feeling you get when you're watching a show and a man shouts "NEWZ-FLASH ASSHOLE" with such enunciation and vocal range that a thousand Shakespearean actors weep in envy. It's the feeling that makes you think: Is it possible that this man, this odd man with the beautiful voice, this odd man … Continue reading He Went To Juilliard: 7 People You Might Not Know Went to Juilliard

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