I Pledge: This “Allegiance” Is Heartfelt and Brilliant by Kevin M. Thomas

Heartfelt, emotional and real, “Allegiance” the musical made its Broadway debut this week after years in development and on-the-road, but the trip was definitely worth the wait. Composer and co-book writer Jay Kuo has taken us back to his roots of the San Francisco Bay Area and tells a story in drama and song that […] Click to read more »

“Eat With Me” – Worth the Wait by Kevin M. Thomas

We all really should take advantage of more film festivals. Sometimes we discover some great gems that may never get the distribution they deserve. Other times, it takes almost a year before the movie hits the general public. As is the case of “Eat With Me,” coming to On-Demand on May 5 and on DVD […] Click to read more »

Outfest Film Festival Whets Appetite With a Buffet of Emerging Filmmakers and Gay Icons by Kevin M. Thomas

Making a list of the best films of Outfest may seem like déjà vu as many of the top films I was able to see prior to the festival also played at Frameline. But still there are some nice additions to the list of the best films of Outfest, which plays in Los Angeles July […] Click to read more »

Los Angeles’ “8” is more than a Play by Kevin M. Thomas

Dustin Lance Black’s “8” came and went from Los Angeles in a flash. But it has left quite an impact. The star studded reading of the play about overturning Proposition 8, the ban on gay marriage, featured as many famous faces in the audience as in the production. Yet while Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Kevin […] Click to read more »