Authorities in New York City say they are stepping up security following a string of anti-gay attacks as Gay Pride Month approaches.
New York City authorities pledge increased police patrols for Gay Pride Month following several anti-gay attacks
Candle light vigils continue to take place in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village after a homophobic mad man killed 32-year-old Marc Cohen.
Morales shot Cohen in the face after yelling anti-gay slurs at him and a friend as they walked through Greenwhich Village. Cops later apprehended Morales, who had previously served time for attempted murder, and charged him with killing Cohen.
Governor Jack Markell signed a bill into law on Tuesday making Delaware the 11th state to legalize gay marriage.
After a lengthy debate Tuesday in the Delaware state Senate and the surprise votes of two lawmakers, the bill passed. by a vote of 12-9. Governor Markell signed the legislation into law on the main stairs in the lobby of Legislative Hall.
Mark Nadler is one of the greatest showmen of our time, capable of leaping from floor to piano bench, tap-dancing madly, singing and keeping steady eye contact with the audience, all this while playing a complex passage on the piano without even glancing at the keys. However, in his latest, I’m A Stranger Here Myself, he takes a somewhat more low-key approach – the abundant theatrics and virtuosity are still there, but applied in a different way. Stranger was originally a cabaret show, but Mark has worked with director David Schweizer to craft it into an even more thoughtful multimedia theatre piece.
If you you know Fiona Shaw only from her film work, then you don’t know Fiona Shaw. Her overpoweringly impressive solo performance in The Testament of Mary is – I’ll just say it – searingly brilliant. I’ve quipped to people who enthuse about “searing” performances that I’d rather theatre not burn me. However, if it’s done as expertly as Shaw does it, I truly have no complaints.