Playwright and director Lu Bradshaw joins Honi to discuss their upcoming show Comfort, Spin, Travel.
Browsing: mardi gras
There’s a reason the gays know how to party. Partying has always been society’s way of loosening the bonds, undoing the rules for a few hours, and that’s queerness’ forte.
Mardi Gras has evolved since 1978 — gone are the days when the community was close enough to simply take over Oxford Street with little oversight.
Director Bali Padda and actor Adish Jain join Honi ahead of the debut of their 2023 production Sunderella
An intergenerational spectacle, French Letters is helmed by a formidable cast and a thought-provoking script.
Actor Dennis Clements joins Honi to discuss his queer sex-positive show French Letters and Leather Cleaner.
Film festival programming might not have been Lisa Rose’s first calling, but she’s glad that she can now be a “professional gay.”
If this is the future of our drag scene, then it’s a bright future indeed.
It was impossible to move through a room without running into every person you’ve met on campus, from ever-present BNoCs to tute-bound whos.
“if silence equals death, he taught us, then art equals language equals life.”