Unicorn’s ‘Octoroon’ is Uniquely Brilliant

December 5, 2016

  As 2016 winds down, the Unicorn Theatre is presenting its riskiest and most intellectually challenging play in recent memory. An Octoroon is a meta-deconstruction of theater, society, race, spectacle and cultural appropriation, as told […]

Musicality – Tyler Glenn, Lady Gaga

October 31, 2016

Tyler Glenn, Excommunication (Island/UMG) Tyler Glenn is the iconic voice of Neon Trees, which is a wonderful band. This is his solo debut, and he is off to a solid start. Although this album is […]

Now Out on DVD: ‘Tab Hunter Confidential’

October 2, 2016

“People always want to label people,” says screen-idol-turned-author Tab Hunter. “They want to think, ‘he’s like this’ or ‘she’s like that,’ or ‘they’re like this’— and that’s nonsense! The first line in my book — […]

Glimpses Of Queer Lives

October 1, 2016

Known to many for his involvement in Kansas City’s annual Fringe Festivals, Kevin King, artistic director of his Whim Productions theater company, has been busy creating unique theater experiences for years. In October, when we […]

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