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First-ever drag queen Super Bowl ad

First-ever drag queen Super Bowl ad.

Kim Chi from season 8 and Miz Cracker from season 10 of RuPaul's Drag Race are making television history this weekend. The two will be the first ever-drag celebrities featured in a Super Bowl ad.

A teaser was released this week for the Sabra Hummus ad in which the two queens get ready to watch the big game. 

“Ready, Cracker?” Kim Chi asks in the video. 

Theater Review: "Matilda, the Musical"

“Matilda, the Musical” plays through February 23, 2020 at Coronado Playhouse, 1835 Strand Way, Coronado.

Some people have a childhood so horrendous it’s downright funny. Of course, they’re fictional (and in this case, invented by that loony writer, Roald Dahl).

Theater Review: “Bloomsday”

Theater Review: “Bloomsday”

Playwright Steven Dietz’s “Bloomsday” – a charming, wistful, funny and thought-provoking meditation on youth, age, regret, Dublin and James Joyce – plays through Feb. 2 at North Coast Repertory Theatre.

In Joyce’s monumental(ly long) novel “Ulysses,” the character Leopold Bloom meanders around Dublin on June 16, which has evermore been known – and celebrated – as Bloomsday.

Batwoman comes out

DC Comics has just thrust open the closet door and has an all-new LGBT heroine in Batwoman.

Orange is the New Black alum Ruby Rose portrays the mysterious crime fighter in the CW series Batwoman. Her arc became a historic one in Sunday's episode

Theater Review: “A Chorus Line”

“A Chorus Line” plays through March 22, 2020, at Welk Resort San Diego, 8860 Lawrence Welk Drive, Escondido.

Those high-stepping wannabe Broadway hoofers are back, dancing, begging and mostly just hoping to “get this job,” in that 1975 juggernaut of dance hopefulness “A Chorus Line.”

Welk Resort Theatre presents this iconic winner of nine Tonys – wonderfully directed by Hector Guerrero – through March 22 at the resort’s theater, which sports a recently renovated lobby.

Theater Review: "Fireflies"

“Fireflies” plays through January 26, 2020, at South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa.

The loud noises, blood-red clouds and explosions “somewhere in the South” during the Civil Rights era are echoed by interior but equally incendiary personal issues explored in Donja R. Love’s “Fireflies,” playing through Jan. 26 at South Coast Repertory. Lou Bellamy directs.