The Stars Are Out On Broadway

by Chris Narloch

Don’t miss the 69th Annual Tony Awards, which will be broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City this June 7th on CBS.

I recently spent a week in the “Big Apple” and saw eleven shows, most of which have since been nominated for Tonys.

Read on for my reviews of the best of Broadway, and then enjoy live performances from many of these shows, when you watch the awards on television.

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The Official Sac Pride Guide is inside the new issue of Outword. 529

This morning I sat down with the brand new issue of Outword. It’s our annual Sacramento Pride issue, it includes Sacramento Pride’s official program. I have been working with, making, arranging and laying out the stuff that’s in this issue for weeks now, but I still managed to be taken somewhat aback by the size and quality of the content inside its 68 pages.

Read more: Outword's Pride 2015 Issue is Out Now!


Tomorrowland, Mad Max & More Movie Reviews

by Chris Narloch

New and recent movies in theaters include “Tomorrowland,” a family film starring George Clooney; an adaptation of the classic novel “Far From the Madding Crowd;” a “Pitch Perfect” sequel; and a big screen teaming of Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara, in “Hot Pursuit.”

In case you find yourself with a couple spare hours to kill this holiday weekend, here are some Memorial Day movie reviews.

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International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

To mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on Sunday, May 17, Jessica Stern, executive director, International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, made the following comments:

“While in many respects it seems to be ‘the best of times’ for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community in an increasing number of countries, progress is not universal.

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Comedy & Tragedy at Berkeley Rep

by Chris Narloch

Berkeley Repertory Theatre, which won the Regional Theatre Tony Award in 1997, has consistently produced some of the finest theater on the West Coast in the decades since it began as a storefront stage in 1968.

2015 is no exception, as Berkeley Rep is currently showcasing two not-to-be-missed shows, one billed as a “gut-busting” comedy and the other an exquisite modern tragedy.

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