Monthly Archives: June 2017

It’s Just a Stage: The Evolution of Gay Theater

  In today’s theater the “love that dare not speak its name” is finally being spoken, loudly, and in speech after speech, play after play. As Time magazine opined after the Stonewall Rebellion in 1969, “the love that once dared … Continue reading

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Obituary for My Mother

An obituary cannot contain a life. Words and pictures cannot contain a life. Not even memories can contain a life. Each life is its own story and no one can know the full story of it except the one who … Continue reading

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Dreams of Justice

  Last night I had a disturbing dream. I was at a restaurant. In a booth near me sat a man and a boy. I overheard the boy tell their waiter that he and the man were “together”. He mentioned … Continue reading

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