Surviving The Real World

April 4, 2019

Danny Roberts entered the lives of many of us in 2000 during his time in the limelight of MTV’s The Real World: New Orleans. Handsome, charming, playful, and intelligent, he quickly became a favorite with […]

Stephonne Strikes Again

March 30, 2019

Stephonne Singleton, born and raised in Wyandotte County, Kansas, has mixed music and theater in his Kansas City arts career. Now 32, he’s sung in drag as Kita Rose, he’s sung under his own name, […]

From Teen’s Point of View

March 20, 2019

On a chilly Tuesday night, a dozen-plus youth and several adults sit in a circle on the gray-carpeted floor. One by one, the youth state their names, pronouns, and a short story about their day. […]

A Ring of Relationships

March 20, 2019

A senator visits a rent boy. A streetwalker propositions a soldier. A young wife has a clandestine tête-à-tête with a privileged college boy, while her husband has his own encounter aboard a ship with a […]

Quiet No More

March 20, 2019

On a June evening 50 years ago, patrons at the Stonewall Inn, a small bar in New York City, showed the world that LGBTQ people were not going to take the harassment of police raids […]

‘Humans’ Presents a Study of Ourselves

March 16, 2019

The show that’s playing at the Unicorn Theatre through March 31, The Humans, is refreshingly hard to describe. But its Tony Award in 2016 for best play and its finalist status that year for the […]

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