Tony Awards: Larry Kramer to receive award; "Kinky Boots" leads nominations

This morning Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Sutton Foster announced the 67th Annual Tony Award nominations from The New York Public Library for Performing Arts.

Playwright and civil rights advocate Larry Kramer will receive the Isabelle Stevenson award at this year's Tony Awards to be broadcast live on CBS on Sunday, June 9, 2013 at 8 pm ET.

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VIDEO: Meet LGBT History Month icon Marlene Dietrich

(Editor's note: October is LGBT History Month, celebrated annually to recognize the notable achievements of LGBT people throughout time. Each day this month, Equality Forum will feature one LGBT icon who has made notable contributions to society and SDGLN will publish the story here in the Causes section.)

Marlene Dietrich was a movie star and cabaret singer who appeared in dozens of films during Hollywood’s Golden Age. She was one of the highest paid actresses of her time.

GLAAD's What To Watch on Thursday

(This post was originally published at GLAAD Blog.)

"Project Runway All Stars" designs for the Broadway stage, Derek gets a surprise visit on "Grey's Anatomy," and new episodes of" Days of Our Lives," "Archer" and "NY Ink."

8 pm: Days of Our Lives on SoapNet (1 hr) NEW

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Jai Rodriguez: It doesn't take a "Queer Eye" to play a Latina!

SAN DIEGO -- Jai Rodriguez, the culture guru from Bravo’s former hit show “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” will once again be in the center of a cultural collision when he gives a guest performance as Chita Parol in “Chico’s Angels 2: Love Boat Chicas.”

During the San Diego run of the show, Rodriguez will play the sassy, street smart Chita Parol. The show is a cross between the classic 1970s television shows “The Love Boat” and “Charlie’s Angels,” with the added twist of the shows stars being much like the Latino Three Stooges in drag.

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VIDEO: Center Theater Group in L.A. says "It Gets Better"

LOS ANGELES -- In response to the increase in the numbers of student suicides stemming from anti-gay bullying, Center Theatre Group (CTG) is releasing a video for the It Gets Better Project.

CTG staff members, including artistic director Michael Ritchie and managing director Charles Dillingham, share personal stories from childhood in a message of support of LGBT youth.