Although many have seen the HBO adaptation of “The Laramie Project,” I must insist that you see it on the stage at the Barksdale. Going behind enemy lines, Moises Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project visited Laramie, Wyo. to get the true story about the murder of gay college student, Matthew Shepard.
From the outside, to the unknowing eye, it appears to be just an abandoned warehouse with black windows. But in no way is that the case. This is one of the hottest and most popular clubs in the Washington, D.C. area.
“Six Feet Under” This week we see Ruth developing stronger feelings for Bettina, even asking Billy and Claire if she should call her to set up another “date,” not letting them know that the person she had in mind was a woman. David and Keith head down to a resort, where David’s insecurities about his homosexuality arise once again.
It’s Oscar time again. This Sunday night, millions will crowd around their television sets, either to see Steve Martin’s zany antics, garish gowns or a glimpse of Hollywood’s in-crowd. Elitist film buffs will be tuning in to shake their fists at who was wrongfully awarded the little gold guy.
“Sorry I’m late,” was Vince Gill’s opening remark at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. last Thursday, referring to the nearly four-week delay of his show, which was postponed because of inclement weather.
With remnants of snow still on the ground, Vince Gill seemed happy to play the 9:30 Club, an unlikely venue for the country musician, which he referred to as “one of the greatest clubs in the United States.