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Joburg theatre review: Shrek the Musical: Musicals! It’s a genre you either love or hate. Shrek, at Gold Reef City’s Lyric Theatre, however, is
Review: Madame Zingara presents The Celebration:
A hunky Spanish aerial pole artist (Pic: Anton de Beer)
You know, without us gay boys this world we live
Music Divas Special: Taylor Swift, Barbra Streisand, Annie Lennox, Bette Midler & more.: BETTE MIDLER – IT’S THE GIRLS
The
THEATRE REVIEW: ONE ARM:
Marcel Meyer in One Arm
I’ll never forget my introduction to the wonderful words and works of Tennessee Williams. It was in the early
MAMBA SPINS: MICHAEL JACKSON, MARIAH CAREY, LILY ALLEN & MORE: MICHAEL JACKSON – XSCAPE The King of Pop might have passed away in 2009 but
REVIEW: QUEEN AT THE BALLET: This past week saw the opening of Sean Bovim’s much publicised and highly anticipated Queen at the Ballet at the Joburg Theatre.
SPINS: KATY PERRY, MILEY CYRUS, LORDE: The ladies are in the house! Jared Orlin reviews the latest releases from Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Madonna, Lorde and
SPINS: CHER, JOHN LEGEND, JOHN MAYER & MORE: Jared Orlin reviews the latest releases from veteran diva and gay icon Cher, the oh-so-sexy John Legend,
REVIEW: SNOWMAN: UJ's THATSOGAY theatre festival in Joburg kicked off with the international work, Snowman, by Canadian playwright, Greg MacArthur - a very unusual and meaty offering, writes Moira de Swardt.
REVIEW: THE QUIET VIOLENCE OF DREAMS: The Quiet Violence of Dreams is not a pretty story, writes Moira de Swardt. It's about Tshepo, who does drugs, spends time in a mental institution and becomes a rent boy in a gay massage parlour.
MAMMA MIA! REVIEW: The ABBA inspired musical, Mamma Mia!, is back on the Joburg stage. But if you’ve already watched the movie, is it worth shelling out your hard-earned cash to see it?
REVIEW: MARC LOTTERING – NOT IN 3D: Funny man Marc Lottering’s latest show, Not in 3D, is now on at Cape Town’s new On Broadway dinner theatre on Long Street.
REVIEW: DOO BEE BOOBIES: If popular gay thought is to be believed, in South Africa in 2010 there’s no need for gay pride events, going to gay bars or even watching drag shows....
REVIEW: THE TIMEKEEPERS: For a play set in one room and with only two main characters, The Timekeepers has an impressive sense of momentum and breadth.
REVIEW: PTERODACTYLS: It’s been a while since we’ve seen a meaty play with gay themes on Joburg’s stages, and Pterodactyls is a welcome and filling theatrical meal.
REVIEW: CORONATION: Nataniël's latest stage show at Emperor’s Palace, Coronation, certainly entertains; but is the enigmatic performer stuck in a creative rut?
REVIEW: MILE HIGH, THE JUMBO PACKAGE: Cathy Specific returns to regale us with tales and songs chronicling her life as a high-flying trolley-dollie in bigger budget version of her original show.
REVIEW: WHERE THE BOYS ARE: It’s been quite a while since I last truly enjoyed an evening at Cape Town’s On Broadway. Some of the shows staged there, during the past few months, have left a lot to be desired.
CHESS: THE MUSICAL: This 1986 musical, with lyrics by Tim Rice and music by ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, now on in Cape Town, exudes panache and intelligence.
REVIEW: ONE ROCCO, ONE PIANO: Drummond Marais is supremely impressed with flamboyant pianist Rocco De Villiers who takes trip down memory lane in his latest production.