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GLAAD's What to Watch on Monday

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Tonight catch a new episode of "The Closer."

9 pm The Closer on TNT (1 hr) NEW
The FBI seems to be a little weak when a man is killed under its surveillance. Keep a look out for Dr. Morales!

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VIDEO: Actor Anthony Rapp to appear at FilmOut San Diego's showing of "Rent" on Wednesday

SAN DIEGO – Anthony Rapp, who originated the role of Mark Cohen in “Rent” on Broadway and played the same character in the film, will be in town Wednesday night when FilmOut San Diego presents the movie at the historic Birch North Park Theatre.

Rapp will meet and greet fans before the film shows at 7 pm Wednesday, Dec. 14. Tickets are $10 HERE.

"We Were Here" documentary on AIDS goes to pay-per-view, video-on-demand | VIDEO

“We Were Here,” the 2011 American documentary that is getting buzz as a possible Academy Award nominee, is now available on pay-per-view (PPV) and video-on-demand (VOD).

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THEATER REVIEW: The Old Globe’s world premiere of Bacharach-Sater's “Some Lovers” is a work in progress

A modern twist on “The Gift Of The Magi,” O. Henry’s Christmas classic, the world premiere of “Some Lovers” at The Old Globe has a long way to go before it becomes a holiday tradition.

The new musical, featuring music by Burt Bacharach and book and lyrics by Steven Sater, is getting its inaugural run through Dec. 31 in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, an intimate in-the-round space.

This is the first musical by the Academy Award and Grammy Award winning Bacharach since he wrote the music for “Promises, Promises” (1968), which was revived on Broadway in 2010.

GLAAD's What To Watch This Weekend

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Tonight, catch a new episodes of "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" and a showing of "Under the Tuscan Sun." On Saturday, watch a new episode of "Color Splash." On Sunday, see "Boardwalk Empire" and "The Good Wife."

Friday, Dec. 9

8 pm Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on ABC (1 hr) NEW

VIDEOS: San Diego Women's Chorus to perform "Heaven & Earth" concert this weekend

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Women’s Chorus (SDWC) will present two performances of its 24th annual winter concert, “Heaven & Earth,” this weekend at Mission Hills United Church of Christ.

The show will include a number of entertaining and inspiring winter-themed, socially-inspired music suitable for all ages. The wide range of selections will include “Firework” by Katy Perry, “Heaven on Earth” by Melissa Etheridge, and classic winter favorites like The Nutcracker’s “Russian Dance,” “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” and “Mr. Santa.”

GLAAD's What To Watch on Thursday

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Tonight catch a new episode of "The Office," a repeat of "Enlightened" and a showing of "Cinema Verite."

7 pm Cinema Verite on HBO (90 min) REPEAT
The making of the first American family as subjects for reality television. Keep your eyes peeled for Lance!

GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

(This post was originally published at GLAAD Blog.)

Tonight catch the season finale of "America's Next Top Model" and new episodes of "American Horror Story," "Modern Family" and "Revenge."

9 pm Modern Family on ABC (1 hr) NEW
Catch the families getting ready to celebrate Christmas. Keep your eyes peeled for Mitchell and Cameron!

VIDEO: Betty White goes on gay cruise in tonight's episode of "Hot In Cleveland"

Betty White, America's Favorite Senior, and the girls from "Hot In Cleveland" go on a gay cruise in tonight's episode titled "Beards."

"Hot In Cleveland" airs at 7 pm PT Wednesday on TV Land, and episodes are repeated.

Victoria (Wendie Malick) is invited to speak on an A-list gay cruise and brings Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), Joy (Jane Leeves) and Elka (Betty White) with her. On the cruise, Melanie runs into her estranged sister while Joy and Victoria, posing as a lesbian couple, face temptation upon meeting the ship's sexy captain, played by Gilles Marini.

THEATER REVIEW: "The Santaland Diaries" is a funny and caustic holiday treat

How embarrassing would it be to spend a holiday season in yellow and green tights, a yellow turtleneck, hunter green velvet shorts and jacket, an absurd stocking cap and turned-up elvin shoes?

Writer David Sedaris, like many another starving actor and writer, found out when he spent a holiday season at Macy’s as one of Santa’s elves. The result was the hilarious “The Santaland Diaries,” first heard on NPR in 1992 with Sedaris himself telling the story.

The story, adapted for the stage in 1996 by Joe Mantello, quickly became a holiday staple around the country.

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