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Tuesday 09 November 2010

 And the runner-up is ...
Posted in: Performance, Events, Blogger Zone  9th August 2010
"I am still trying to remember just what I said on stage, but I’m pretty sure I was for world peace," writes blogger and Mr Urge Leather 2010 runner-up Michael Stevens.

 Puppet to assassin: Mitchell Butel
Posted in: Performance  24th July 2010
Last seen bringing a gay puppet to life in Avenue Q, Aussie actor Mitchell Butel is back in New Zealand playing a rather different role: Abraham Lincoln's murderously passionate assassin John Wilkes Booth.

 Cutting through the generations
Posted in: Music, Performance  23rd July 2010
Something pretty incredible happened at Candy bar last weekend. Auckland lesbian band Razor had women from across the generations packing the dancefloor.

 Wanted: your real gay stories
Posted in: Performance  22nd June 2010
The creators of a new cabaret are seeking real stories from gay Auckland men, which will be told alongside love songs - tweaked to be by men and about men.

 Review: Stepping Out
Posted in: Performance  14th June 2010
A strangely compelling and campy show includes almost-uncomfortable parallels with real life.

 Buckwheat reigns supreme
Posted in: Performance  6th June 2010
An overwhelmed Buckwheat has picked up the Supreme Award at the Wigs on the Waterfront Awards in Auckland.

 Sesame St - for grown-ups
Posted in: Performance  14th May 2010
Broadway's puppet parody musical Avenue Q is on stage at Auckland's Civic Theatre, where it's teaching NZ audiences important life lessons such as: if you were gay, that'd be ok.

 What's so funny about the Pope's shoes?
Posted in: Performance  29th April 2010
Out British comic Zoe Lyons is cracking up New Zealand International Comedy Festival crowds with her routine - where she revels in mocking the Pope's attire.

 Tama Waipara's journey to the stage
Posted in: Performance  26th April 2010
Life comes full circle for Tama Waipara, who is playing a gay professor in the Auckland season of Rent, 12 years after watching it in New York.

 Review: 75 min of LOL at BATS
Posted in: Performance  23rd April 2010
Far from dismissing Goldilocks and the Three Queers as "OTT camp" our reviewer was left rolling in the BATS aisles.