Mario Diaz in Rambo, But Gay

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Rambo, But Gay starring the very talented Mario Diaz is the gay retelling of one of the most iconic manly movies ever made. Sure there's blood in guts in this Rambo from Michael Serrato and Mark Byers, but in this musical version the audience is asked to reexamine what it is to be a man and what it is to be manly. This post DOMA tinkering of war ... See the Rest

On the Red Carpet: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Too)

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The crazy-talented team behind the musical Hairspray (and the best part of SMASH, the original songs) Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, two guys I’ve known for eons, have teamed up with the brilliant director Sam Mendes on the musical version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The big premiere was this week in London and Marc posted this photo ... See the Rest

Seven Minutes in Heaven: Raquel Welch Goes Underground

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If you have a moment, you could do far worse than watch this, yes, fabulous 1980 Raquel Welch musical fantasy in a New York City subway station, replete with leatherboy rough trade. Raq is mesmerizing throughout. (via Ultimate Variety) ... See the Rest

It’s Really Happening

Cher walks the pink carpet at the "Burlesque" premiere in London

We've been hearing about the Broadway telling of Cher's life for so long, I just chalked it up to theater gossip. Guess what, kids? It's happening. And who will play the living legend? No, not Chad Michaels, sadly, but there will be three Chers, as the play will be divided into three parts: the young pop star with ex-hubby Sonny Bono, then the ... See the Rest

She’s Doing It!

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I could literally scream with excitement at the mere hint of this, let alone the fact that it is actually happening. Dolly is writing a musical based on her life, and I mean allllll of her life, sexuality included. Not only is Dolly coming up with the story, but the music will be all hers too, natch, including some of her biggest hits and some ... See the Rest

‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ a Real Turn-Off for Actors

Christopher Tierney, the actor who fell 30 feet during Monday's preview performance of Julie Taymor's $65 million Spider-Man musicatastrophe when his suspension cable snapped, suffered broken ribs and is currently hospitalized in serious condition. Earlier in previews, an actress was concussed when she was struck backstage by a weighted rope, and ... See the Rest

Morning Movie Musical

Jane Russell and the boys in "Ain't There Anyone Here for Love?" from Howard Hawks' 1953 comedy Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. ... See the Rest

Cute boys singing about Herpes

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From the web series "Private High Musical." There's not a lot of plot I need to break down here. All you need to know is there are boys and they're in a locker room and they're singing about herpes and penises and how great it is being a guy. Oh yeah, and the cute one is Nathan from Days of Our Lives, OMG TALK ABOUT BURYING THE LEAD, JAMES! Sweet ... See the Rest