Articles by Michelle Clay

Suffer The Long Night Theater Review - The Perfect Combination of Comic Chaos

Suffer The Long Night Theater Review - The Perfect Combination of Comic Chaos Suffer The Long Night is a wonderfully twisted tale within a tale of Murphy's Law gone wild at the theater

OUTFEST 2008 - Film Review Roundup

OUTFEST 2008 - Film Review Roundup OUTFEST ruled the Director's Guild for two solid weeks, bringing Los Angeles the best in of GLBT films

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - Ask Not - A Documentary that Examines "Dont' Ask Don't Tell"

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - Ask Not - A Documentary that Examines "Dont' Ask Don't Tell" Johnny Symons examines the imaginary compromise and true repercussions of the military DADT policy on gay and lesbian Americans and their right to serve

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - Ready? OK! is a G-R-E-A-T!!

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - Ready? OK! is a G-R-E-A-T!! James Vasquez's Ready? OK! sets the gold standard for parents of 'artistic' kids everywhere

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - Ciao

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - Ciao Director Yen Tan explores love and loss in his latest film Ciao

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - Hamlet 2

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - Hamlet 2 Irreverance reachs an all new high - high school that is - in director Andrew Fleming's magnanomously incorrect Hamlet 2

Sweet Charity Theater Review - The Madrid Theater Kicks Up Its Heels with Another Musical Classic

Sweet Charity Theater Review - The Madrid Theater Kicks Up Its Heels with Another Musical Classic The Golden Performing Arts Center presents Sweet Charity, another musical classic alive and Kicking at the Madrid Theater

OUTFest 2008 Film Review - Fashion Victims (aka Reine Geschmacksache)

OUTFest 2008 Film Review - Fashion Victims (aka Reine Geschmacksache) OUTFest 2008 presents "Fashion Victims", the film that proves that in the world of fashion, having a gay son could prove to be an advantage

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - XXY

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review - XXY OUTFEST 2008 presents a story of a teenager faced with the difficult and extraordinary task of choosing which gender to live as

Outfest 2008: Shorts Program - Rough & Ready

Outfest 2008: Shorts Program - Rough & Ready The 26th Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival serves up sizzling, sexy and surreal shorts. First up: Shorts Program Rough and Ready

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review: Clapham Junction

OUTFEST 2008 Film Review: Clapham Junction Adrian Shergold's dramatic feature "Clapham Junction" can best be described as a British "Crash" for Queers; and arguably even better

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Medicine for Melancholy

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Medicine for Melancholy Director Barry Jenkins sends forth his love letter to the great city of San Francisco in the delicate and charming film Medicine for Melancholy

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela What's fact and what's fiction is up to you to decipher in Olaf de Fluer's The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Shorts Program #4

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Shorts Program #4 Another eclectic collection of movies: Foreign to animation to surreal, LAFF has it all

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Ballast

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Ballast Filmmaker Lance Hammer brings a sad tale of the dead-end Mississippi Delta life in his feature Ballast

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Trinidad

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Trinidad This 2008 LAFF documentary takes us to the "sex change capital of the world", a little town in Colorado name Trinidad

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Pressure Cooker

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Pressure Cooker Hell's Kitchen's got nothing on these Philly High School seniors in the documentary Pressure Cooker

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Prince of Broadway

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Prince of Broadway Writer/Director Sean Baker of Greg the Bunny fame brings us a story of hustling and impromptu fatherhood in the feature film Prince of Broadway

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Confessionsofa Ex-Doofus-ItchyFooted Mutha

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - Confessionsofa Ex-Doofus-ItchyFooted Mutha Director Melvin Van Peeples brings us his latest screen-dream

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival - Shorts Program 3

The 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival - Shorts Program 3 The Shorts Program #3 celebrates brevity in filmmaking

2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - The Order of Myths

2008 Los Angeles Film Festival Review - The Order of Myths Documentary The Order of Myths reminds us that in some part of America, segregation is still alive and well

Tooth and Nail Theater Review - A Perfect Prescription for Wackiness

Tooth and Nail Theater Review - A Perfect Prescription for Wackiness "Tooth and Nail", the latest production at the Lillian Theater in Hollywood delivers just what the doctor ordered: Laugh out-loud comedy

Secret Friday Review - Appointment Internet that Wont Disappoint

Secret Friday Review - Appointment Internet that Wont Disappoint In the new Web series Secret Fridays, five friends discover the best business to have, is the one no one talks about.
"Shhh... It's Friday"

The UN-LA Class - The Best LA Acting Class You Don't Know About

The UN-LA Class - The Best LA Acting Class You Don't Know About Before the perfect headshot and the right hair cut, The UN-LA Class / Sacred Actor workshops at The Theater Lounge helps the performing artists of Los Angeles fine tune their most important instrument: their acting skill

The History of Bowling Theater Review - Life is Full of Gutter Balls

The History of Bowling Theater Review - Life is Full of Gutter Balls The Disable actors of "The History of Bowling" show no signs of handicap in the acting department

No Child... Theater Review - A Must See One-Woman Sensation!

No Child... Theater Review - A Must See One-Woman Sensation! There are no adequate words to describe the fantastic one-woman show that is No Child…, now running at the Kirk Douglas Theater

Regretrosexual - The Love Story Theater Review

Regretrosexual - The Love Story Theater Review Dan was sorta gay for a few years. Try and explain that to the woman you love

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson Theater Review - A Presidential Musical

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson Theater Review - A Presidential Musical World Premiere Musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson salutes the first man to rock the American Presidency, in more ways than one

Say You Love Satan Theater Review - Dating the Damned

Say You Love Satan Theater Review - Dating the Damned In the Attic Studios' production of "Say You Love Satan", Andrew needs to figures out if Satan wants him for his body or his soul

Cloverfield Film Review - A Story of Survival

Cloverfield Film Review - A Story of Survival Cloverfield, the latest effort by producer J.J. Abrams delivers with real destruction and real human emotion

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