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- January 27, 2021
A low-energy author heads out on a book tour that becomes more and more nightmarish as his life falls apart.
We return to the Footlights Theater in Orlando to re-experience the original “Ladies Of Eola Heights”
A young gay man reunites with his estranged mother during the Pulse shooting.
Moisés Kaufman takes us into the hellish world of Oscar Wild’s foolish libel trial that sent him to jail for two years
A young man rescues a die bar by learning drag and selling it in Panama City Florida. This takes balls, but they have to be taped up.
Oscar Wilde flies high and crashed to the ground after an ill-conceived lawsuit.
Should he date the boy or the girl? Why not both? We’ll tell you why in this musical of confused feelings.
A family struggles with Dad’s sexual conquests as thier daughter finds her own sexuality.
Notes and quotes on the fifth day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
A post modern take on the old Frankie and Annette beach movies.
A priest in rural Poland struggles with sexuality as he attempts to guide troubled youth.
Anxiety fraught sexual relations are not just the domain of heterosexuals; EVERY one can have bad dates and rejection.
See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody tells Bob Mould’s entire story — from his abusive childhood to his coming out as a gay man, filled with details and anecdotes from his 50-plus years.
Harvey Milk gets the biopic treatment from Gus Van Sant. Carl F Gauze worries that the man’s life and work might be overshadowed by the need for this to be an Important Movie.
Two friends avoid the draft in Vietnam by pretending to be gay, all while fending off the advances of their landlord and a nosy Mr. Furleyesque draft board member, in this late 60s comedy. Scott Adams is drafted into watching this for us. Sadly, no deferments here!
Carl F Gauze, who may or may not be a card-carrying member of the Blank Generation, follows punk godfather Richard Hell from the seedy world of rock to the perhaps seedier world of the written word.
Number 1 in Iran (Apollo Braunshtein Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Songs From and Inspired by Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Off). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Five gay men straighten up a straight guy. Carl F Gauze examines the process and declares it futile — but highly entertaining.
Our Bad Monkey breaks down and lands part-time work. Yet his indie film-making dreams live on! Check out how our man in Hollywood navigates the world of gay groceries!