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By Adam Odsess-Rubin

With the recent success of openly queer actors like Michaela Jaé Rodriguez (formerly MJ Rodriguez), Elliot Page, Billy Porter, Kirsten Stewart, and Ariana DeBose, now is the time to evolve our standards for representation on stage and screen.

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By J. Ken Stuckey

This year’s Oscars were peppered with moments of diversity and inclusion. It’s too bad almost none of those moments will be remembered

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By Charles Green
BASED ON Charles M. Blow’s 2015 memoir Fire Shut Up in My Bones, which is about growing up poor and Black in Louisiana, as well as being sexually abused, Terence Blanchard’s emotionally charged opera opened the Met’s 2021–22 season … making it the first opera by a Black composer to appear at the Met.

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It was a tiny victory amid a colossal human tragedy, and we may have run this image before, but it is priceless, and it resurfaced just as Vladimir Putin…More

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By Allen Ellenzweig

In this thoughtful double character study, and in the film’s examination of the personal costs of a draconian penal system, Great Freedom delivers not a neat Hollywood ending but a painful reflection on how an unyielding social order thwarts the human spirit.

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By PK Erikkson

I’m not mad at God. I don’t hate him. I think white evangelicals have a very wrong idea of the God that I knew, and I hope they go away forever.

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By Richard Schneider

On Friday, February 18th, there will be a concert at Symphony Hall in Boston that has special significance for The G&LR. The concert will be performed by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project and will be dedicated to Larry Phillips …

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