“Hooking up in the digital age” hits home

HBO’s Swiped: Hooking Up In The Digital Age shows how dating has become a game Written and produced by Nancy Jo Sales, Swiped: Hooking Up...

“Brick City”: students at the crossroads

Premiere Stages at Kean University features a strong new work The paths of two high school seniors intersect in Nicole Pandolfo’s Brick City, being presented...

“American Gods” features the most explicit gay sex ever on TV

Starz’ American Gods has featured the most explicit gay sex on television American Gods is a fantasy drama television series based on the novel of the same name, written...

The Smashing Pumpkins celebrate 30th Anniversary

PNC Arts Center show in Holmdel was surreal The Smashing Pumpkins performed their highly anticipated 30th Anniversary show on August 2nd at PNC Bank...

Laury A. Egan’s “Fabulous! An Opera Buffa” is a must read

Book Review of Fabulous! An Opera Buffa Opera singers, a drag queen, and the mob make for a delightful campy novel in Laury A. Egan’s new book, Fabulous! An...

Blithe Spirit” is a classic comic confection

Blithe Spirit at The Shakespeare Theatre Prolific playwright Noël Coward (1899-1973) is best noted for three classic comedies: Hay Fever (1925); Private Lives (1930); and Blithe Spirit (1941). The latter, written...

The summer of Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift performance at MetLife Stadium Before the 2018 New Year’s Eve ball dropped over Times Square, Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour was already...

“Star Trek” is back and it’s gayer than ever

Star Trek Discovery is unlike any Star Trek series CBS joined in on the “reboot” fun this past fall when Star Trek Discovery debuted...

“Fern Hill” delves into the nature of long-standing relationships

Fern Hill a world premiere production at New Jersey Repertory Company Michael Tucker’s new play Fern Hill receives its world premiere production at Long Branch’s...

When bisexuality becomes a motive for murder

Netflix’s The Staircase Yes, you read the title of this article correctly! Bisexuality becoming a motive for murder sounds absolutely preposterous on the surface. But...