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guide-applause Wilde Awards Honor Best Productions, Performances of 2015-16 Professional Theater Season

It was another Wilde night at West Bloomfield's Berman Center for the Performing Arts, as Michigan's professional theater community came together for The 15th Annual Wilde Awards presented by URL EncoreMichigan.com. Established in 2002, The 2016 Wilde Awards honored the best productions, performances and technical accomplishments of the recently concluded 2015-16 season. READ MORE.

The Ringwald Celebrates 10th Season of Unpredictable Theatre

The Ringwald Theatre in Ferndale is not the gay theatre. It's the unpredictable theatre that prides itself on telling great stories that blur the lines between race, income, religion, and sexuality. READ MORE.

Features 'Spin' Into A Seat For Play On LGBT Homelessness and Brown Boy Love

ANN ARBOR - Emilio Rodriguez is a a playwright, actor, director and teaching artist who moved to Detroit after receiving his Drama degree from UC Irvine in southern California. READ MORE.

Michigan Slipstream's 'Midsummer,' Set in a Gay Bar, Re-Thinks and Re-Tools after Orlando

At a Slipstream Theatre Company rehearsal for "A Midsummer Night's Dream" earlier last week - following emotional conversations about Sunday morning's massacre inside an Orlando gay nightclub - a cast member pointed out that seeing actors lying on the floor with their eyes closed might be too resonant and disturbing. READ MORE.

Theater The Ringwald: Something Else to Feel Pride In

It's Pride Month, and time to celebrate with - what else - some theater. Lucky for everyone, The Ringwald Theatre has rolled a seven - the seventh annual installment of the Gay Play Series (aka GPS). READ MORE.

Special Section: World AIDS Day
Millennials Missing from AIDS Walk Detroit

Those doing the shouting and the stomping to raise HIVAIDS awareness are getting noticeably older. And as more and more Millennials begin to consider HIV a minor manageable disease, their absence at AIDS Walk Detroit has become apparent. They were not around when contracting HIV was considered a death sentence. They didn't witness the LGBT community being ravaged in the 1980s. They've never heard of AZT. Instead, they're coming of age in the era of drug cocktails and PrEP.

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