“Cats” Still Has Magic

I haven’t seen Cats since sometime in 2000. Will and I went to see at in its original Broadway home at the Winter Garden Theatre before it closed that fall. For me, it was the last of many visits to the show, the first of which happened in Birmingham, Alabama,...

Dance Dance Wednesday: DWTS’ Nick & Sharna’s Jazz

I’ve loved the Backstreet Boys since I first so them in the mid-90s on Much Music (yup, I had DirecTV with Canada’s Much Music and I caught them there before they were a thing down here). Nick Carter’s been fun to watch on DWTS this season. Recently...

In Your Arms

While we were in San Diego for GayRomLit, we took a break from the conference to see the world premiere production of the dance musical In Your Arms. The production, conceived by Christopher Gattelli and Jennifer Manocherian features the work of ten...

Dance Dance Wednesday: DWTS’ Hayes & Emma Contemporary

Internet celeb Hayes Grier has been interesting to watch on DWTS. This teen has been working super hard to learn dances each week and while they’re not all perfect they are entertaining. This contemporary dance Emma Slater choreographed for him, however, was...

Dance Dance Wednesday: DWTS’ Derek & Bindi Contemporary

Derek Hough has a long track record of creating beautiful and emotional dances for his celebrity partners and that was definitely the case with a contemporary dance he created for Bindi Irwin to honor her father, the Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin who passed away back...

Dance Dance Wednesday: Misty Copeland on “The Late Show”

Stephen Colbert is early in his run as host for CBS’ The Late Show but he’s already showing he’s a friend to Broadway and the arts, as well as curating an fascinating array of guests overall. Earlier this week he welcomed American Ballet Theater...