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VIDEOS: GLAAD's What To Watch on Tuesday

Tonight "Glee" returns with special guest star Matt Bomer, BIO airs the behind-the-scenes special "Glee: Keep On Believin'," designers are challenged to create living window displays on "Fashion Star" and an elimination episode of "The Voice."

8 pm: Glee on Fox (1 hr) NEW

THEATER REVIEW: Intrepid's “The Turn Of The Screw” hurt by sound problems

The new governess at Bly (Christy Yael) is young and naive, and harbors a secret crush on her employer. She is given complete rein at the dingy country estate, with instructions not to contact her boss for any reason.

Her charges – Miles, 10 and Flora, 8 – seem like relatively normal children, though she does wonder why Miles was tossed out of his fancy private school. Words like “corruption” and “unspeakable” are troubling, to say the least. And why doesn’t Flora speak?

GLAAD's What To Watch on Monday

Bo must stop a fae war from breaking out on tonight's Lost Girl season finale, members of the Glee cast are interviewed on Inside the Actors Studio, plus new episodes of The Voice, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, RuPaul's Drag Race and Smash.

What to Watch: Monday, April 9

8:00pm: The Voice, NBC (2 hrs) NEW

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BOOK REVIEW: “Sacré Bleu, a Comedy D’Art” by Christopher Moore

For all those who dread death by ennui in an art history course, there is now hope: Best-selling author Christopher Moore has created a rip-roaring romp through the fin-de-siècle art world in his new illustrated novel, “Sacré Bleu, a Comedy D’Art.”

Grace Towers under pressure

SAN DIEGO -- Anthony Diaz plans to attend the world premiere of Circle Circle dot dot (CCDD) theater company’s “Deconstruction of a Drag Queen” on Friday, April 6 as his drag persona, Grace Towers, because, after all, the play is partly based on Grace.

Written by Katherine Harroff in collaboration with several drag performers in San Diego, “Deconstruction of a Drag Queen” runs through April 21 and features Shaun Tuazon, Julio Jacobo, Melissa Coleman-Reed, Kevane La’Marr Coleman, James Darvas and Justin Warren Martin.

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FILM REVIEW: "Bully" has a powerful impact on audiences

SAN DIEGO – On the same day that it was announced that the documentary “Bully” would receive a PG-13 rating, community members packed an auditorium of UltraStar Mission Valley Theatre to watch an advance screening of the film.

The documentary, which opened in select theaters throughout the United States last week, made its debut in San Diego Thursday evening.

VIDEO: Unique Australian musical performance artist Tim Minchin to perform in San Diego

SAN DIEGO -- Australian musician, actor, comedian and writer Tim Minchin will take the stage of the Balboa Theatre on Wednesday, April 11, performing his unique brand of musical comedy.

The performer has been in front of appropriately excitable and ever growing audiences since starting out in South Melbourne’s Butterfly Club in 2005.

VIDEO: GLAAD's What To Watch on Thursday

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Callie wants to know about Arizona's past on a new "Grey's Anatomy" and GLAAD Golden Gate Award recipient Shonda Rhimes' new series "Scandal" premieres featuring out actor Guillermo Diaz.

9 pm: Grey's Anatomy on ABC (1 hr) NEW

GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

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The season finale of "Happy Endings" has the group at Derrick and Eric's wedding and Michael worries that he may lose his job on a new "Million Dollar Listing New York."

9:30 pm: Happy Endings on ABC (30 mins) SEASON FINALE

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THEATER REVIEW: “Buried Child” by Sam Shepard is a challenging play

I often feel like I need a bath after a Sam Shepard play, and “Buried Child” is no exception.

The specter of a dead child, a question of identity and extreme family dysfunction haunt this 1979 Pulitzer Prize winner, in shifting patterns of memory, reality and delusion.

Lisa Berger directs the bleak and creepy black comedy “Buried Child” through April 22 at New Village Arts Theatre.

In a dilapidated farmhouse somewhere in Illinois, an old man named Dodge (Jack Missett), thin and frail, sits drinking himself to death on a couch in front of a seldom-watched but flickering TV.