Terrence McNally’s Play About “Mothers and Sons” Keeps Writer A Master Class Above the Rest by Kevin M. Thomas

Terrence McNally has yet to make a false move in any show he’s brought to the stage. His four Tony Awards are evident of that. His shows often have a gay twist or theme, perhaps with the exception of the book from “Ragtime.” He usually is ahead of the curve in bringing gay social issues […] Click to read more »

Profound and Topical “Bridegroom” Now Available on iTunes & Netflix By Kevin M. Thomas

Seldom is there a movie that effects you in a profound way that you still think of it months after you’ve seen it. “Bridegroom” is one of those rare films that I can’t get off my mind. I am also still emotionally numb from the story and yet here I am reliving it as I […] Click to read more »

Spring is in the Air: Setting a June Date for Marriage (Equality). By Frank D. Pond

As we wait for the United States Supreme Court to bless the vows of gay persons -either in 50 states or in 1 (California), or make some other pronouncement-the rest of the world continues to move with even more speed in its evolution on marriage.  And lest we in the US feel left behind, several […] Click to read more »

“Patrik Age 1.5” review: Gay marriage in movies – isn’t new to other countries by Kevin M. Thomas

One of the few drawbacks of a film festival is you see a terrific movie and then if it doesn’t have a distributor, you may not see it again for a along time – if ever. I don’t know if that is the case with “Patrik 1.5” but it sure has taken its time to […] Click to read more »