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VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch This Weekend

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Kristin Chenoweth's new mean girls comedy "GCB" premieres on Sunday, Frank walks in on Ian and Mickey during an intimate moment on "Shameless," "Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta" shows two brides-to-be struggling with finding dresses to fit their unique personalities and situations, David Bromstad struggles with a dark master bedroom suite on "Color Splash" and all new episodes of "The Good Wife," "Spartacus:Vengeance" and "Days of Our Lives."

Two performances of Diversionary's "Next Fall" to include panel with discussion with faith leaders

SAN DIEGO -- In conjunction with its current production of "Next Fall," Diversionary Theatre has put together a panel of faith and secular leaders for a conversation about faith, religion, and belief and how they shape our lives and our relationships immediately following the shows on March 8 and 15.

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THEATER REVIEW: Moonlight's “Little Women: The Musical” is endearing

“Well-behaved women seldom make history.” - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, 1991

Jo March (Hilary Maiberger) may not have made history – but she wanted to, and was definitely not well-behaved, especially not for her time (immediately post-Civil War).

Jo, by far the most appealing character in Louisa May Alcott’s classic “Little Women,” dresses like a tomboy, writes “blood and guts” stories, dreams of world travel and making her mark in the literary world. Marriage and family are not on her radar.

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Thursday

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Earth-shattering secrets are revealed on "Days Of Our Lives," the Florida team on "The Office" prepares for the new Sabre store opening, Pharrell Williams guest stars on "Project Runway All Stars," Chris and Ami confront each other on "NY Ink" and tensions threaten the shop and Archer may be in real danger after his sexcapades interfere with an assignment.

THEATER REVIEW: “God’s Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons In Verse” is quite uplifting

I don’t know whether God has any trombones, or for that matter whether there is a God, but James Weldon Johnson used the term to describe the fire-and-brimstone preaching style of black pastors.

Now Johnson’s slim 1927 volume “God’s Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons In Verse” has been adapted into a sort of gospel review for the stage by Calvin Manson of the Ira Aldridge Repertory Players, playing through March 11 at the Educational Cultural Complex.

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THEATER REVIEW: “The Car Plays: San Diego” is theater up-close and personal

You’ve heard of in-your-face theater, the sort written by Sarah Kane.

Now La Jolla Playhouse offers the extreme version: in-the-car theater, where the actors are inches from the audience’s nose.

“The Car Plays: San Diego” is a series of short plays (10 minutes each) presented in, well, in cars. This is the second in the Playhouse’s “Without Walls” series funded by a grant from the James Irvine Foundation.

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

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Will talks with Sami and Ian on a new "Days of Our Lives," "Modern Family's" Mitchell plans an amazing party for Cameron's Leap Day birthday, Dave's new cocktail has an unusual effect on the "Happy Endings" gang, someone has to pay for what happened at the Fire & Ice party on "Revenge" and "The Challenge's" Rachel and Aneesa work to repair their partnership.

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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

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."

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