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Boston group adopts Brad Pitt as face of "Straight Pride"

Boston group adopts Brad Pitt as face of "Straight Pride."

In what is becoming a viral internet joke, the Boston men behind a proposed straight pride parade have adopted Brad Pitt as their mascot willy-nilly. 

The group's website posted a congratulatory note to the "World War Z" star thanking him for being "the face of this important civil rights movement."

Theater Review: “Significant Other”

Thursday at 7 pm; Friday and Saturday at 8 pm; Sunday at 2 pm.

Is life just a matter of finding a “Significant Other?” 

It is, according to Joshua Harmon’s play of that title. Anthony Methvin directs the San Diego premiere through June 23 at Diversionary Theatre.  

Eye-opening doc ‘Southern Pride’ explores gay life in the deep south

Malcolm Ingram made a stir over a decade ago with his documentary Small Town Gay Bar, and now he’s returned with a brand new documentary, Southern Pride, shining a light on two strong women who have become leaders in the LGBTQ community in the Gulf Coast region of Mississippi.

Theater Review: “M. Butterfly”

Theater Review: “M. Butterfly."

Truth is stranger than fiction, and love can be even weirder than that, as David Henry Hwang shows us in his tale of seduction, obsession and espionage “M. Butterfly,” playing through June 8 at South Coast Repertory.

Theater Review: “The Old Man and the Old Moon”

Theater Review: “The Old Man and the Old Moon."

Some plays lay it all out for you. Others, like PigPen Theatre Company’s “The Old Man and the Old Moon” not only use imagination, but require it of theater company, performers and audience.

So when you go to Coronado Playhouse’s lovely production, sit back, relax and prepare to accept everything you see as true or demonstrating a truth.

Theater Review: “Pride and Prejudice”

“Pride and Prejudice” plays through June 16, 2019 at Cygnet Theatre, 4040 Twiggs St. in Old Town.

Let’s face it, Jane Austen is an easy and obvious target for re-interpretation and comedy, even satire. Austen practically wrote the bible on late 18th- century English society, and was forward-looking enough to write about strong female characters with definite opinions they were not afraid to express. And she didn’t shy away from humor.

Theater Review: “Venus in Fur”

“Venus in Fur” plays through June 15, 2019 at Onstage Playhouse, 291 Third Avenue in Chula Vista.

The joys of the whip and absolute, voluntary servitude to a superior Mistress are on display in David Ives’ clever and thought-provoking “Venus in Fur,” playing through June 15 at Chula Vista’s OnStage Playhouse.