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THEATER REVIEW: "June Moon" offers rare glimpse of theater history

Fred Stevens (Jack Mikesell), clerk at General Electric in Schenectady, hops a train to New York in search of fame and fortune as a writer of song lyrics, meets cute on the train and gets briefly derailed by a brazen New York woman in Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman’s 1929 comedy “June Moon.”

This sendup of Tin Pan Alley (adapted from Lardner’s short story “Some Like Them Cold”) has been judiciously shortened and updated a bit for its run through March 3 at the Mandell Weiss Forum, under the auspices of UCSD’s Theatre and Dance Department.

ONE Queer Film Fest seeks entries

LOS ANGELES – Deadline is Thursday, March 15, to submit entries to the third annual ONE Queer Film Festival.

Shorts and features with LGBT themes are eligible for the film festival, which is produced by ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, the world’s largest LGBT history collection.

Short films should run 5 to 15 minutes, while features should run 60 to 90 minutes.

The film festival will be presented during the spring in Los Angeles as a benefit for the archives.

Forward all submissions to Tom De Simone at tjdesimone@gmail.com.

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Tuesday

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Cooper and Tang are involved in a shooting on "Southland," "Tabatha Takes Over" a Minneapolis salon and works to find a compromise between unhappy employees and an absent owner, Beau Bridges guest stars on the "White Collar" season finale and Peter is forced to choose a side plus a new episode of "Days of Our Lives."

Nominees named for 2012 NewNowNext Awards

NEW YORK -- Logo today announced the nominees for the 2012 "NewNowNext Awards."  

BOOK REVIEW: "Mother, Stranger" by Chris Beam, Lambda Literary Award winner

Author Cris Beam’s first two books were published the traditional way. Lambda Literary Award winner Transparent: Love, Family and Living the T with Transgender Teenagers (paperback, Harcourt, 2007) is a nonfiction passage through the lives of four transgender teenagers coming of age in Los Angeles. I Am J (hardcover, Little, Brown, 2011) is a young adult novel that explores the isolation and transformation of J, born a girl but certain he is a boy.

VIDEOS: GLAAD's What To Watch on Monday

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"The Pretty Little Liars," girls are left disappointed after Rosewood's Father-Daughter dance, blind auditions continue on "The Voice," Will confides in Sonny on a new "Days of Our Lives," Nick Jonas guest stars on "Smash" and all new episodes of "RuPaul's Drag Race," "Being Human" and "Lost Girl."

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch This Weekend

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THEATER REVIEW: “Next Fall” couple are a gay Fundamentalist and an agnostic, facing a medical crisis and family issues

(Critic’s note: Religions have demonstrably divided individuals, families and countries and have, in my opinion, caused more problems than they have ever alleviated or solved. I have attempted objectivity here, but keep the foregoing in mind as you read this review.)

Luke (Stewart Calhoun) is young, personable, hot, gay – and a fundamentalist Christian who routinely prays for forgiveness after sex.

Adam (Matt McGrath) is a grumpy, nebbishy hypochondriacal agnostic, unable to comprehend how anyone can believe what Luke says he believes.

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Thursday

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Will fesses up to his feelings on "Days of Our Lives," Robear of "NY Ink" is looking for love, Callie takes Meredith under her wing on "Grey's Anatomy," plus new episodes of "Archer" and "Project Runway All Stars."

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THEATER REVIEW: “Visiting Mister Green” resonates with audiences

Elderly widower Mr. Green (Robert Grossman) shuffles slowly to the door of the apartment he shared for 59 years with his beloved Yetta, wondering who could possibly be knocking.

He is puzzled to see the 20-something Ross Gardiner (Craig de Lorenzo), who announces he has come to “help.”

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