During gay pride, we here at GaySocialites.com get a ton of items in our inboxes or coming across our desks to review. This one, we just had to tell you about. It’s Centaur Music’s Popular Volume 11 mixed by DJ TonYYnot.
Everyone often focuses on how mean of a boss I can be, but on Thursday afternoon I displayed one of my random acts of kindness. A bottle of Pinnacle Rainbow Sherbet Vodka arrived via messenger, so I tried to get several staffers to try it out with me. After hitting up the office lush and one of our many Russians with no success, I knew my safe bet would be the college student… my assistant, Cody White. College boys never turn down free alcohol, especially if it is top shelf!
So after several shots and many different mixers, Cody and I decided to share with you what we thought would be the best way to drink your Pinnacle Rainbow Sherbet Vodka this gay pride!
The setup for An Act of God is that the King of the Universe has come to speak directly to the Jewish people – which is why he’s chosen to appear on Broadway. He’s brought along a new set of Ten Commandments that confirm mostly that a) humans should be nicer to each other and b) they shouldn’t bother him. Jim Parsons plays the deity, and he is the primary reason to see the show, combining the effortless winsomeness he’s known for with a more authoritative edge. His comic timing is razor-sharp as always, made even sharper with the danger of an all-powerful deity slowly realizing something is seriously wrong with him.
This is totally charming! And with a cast that features personal favorite Christine Ebersole as well as Julie Halston, Tony Sheldon and a slew of similarly singular talents, Ever After is also eminently watchable. Oh and did I mention that the score by composer Zina Goldrich and lyricist Marcy Heisler is one of the more tuneful and solid I’ve heard in a while. I guess I’m a fan!
On Monday night the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7 was announced on LOGO. All of this season’s queens gathered for extended episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race that picked “America’s Next Drag Superstar.”
The final three contestants, Ginger Minj, Violet Chachki and Pearl, were joined by the rest of the RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7 cast to look back at the season before the winner was announced.