Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Jakob Karr on So You Think You Can Dance

I would like to officially submit my application to be Jakob Karr's husband. He is a dream.

Thank you So You Think You Can Dance for bringing Doodle's McDreamy to the small screeny.


Monday, October 19, 2009

Karen: The Musical

Megan Mullally is bringing Karen BACK!

Actress Megan Mullally is reviving her character from hit TV comedy Will & Grace for a new stage musical.

The comedienne starred as bored housewife Karen Walker in the show, which ended in 2006.

But she's breathing new life into the role and adapting it for the theatre in Karen: The Musical.

She tells the Los Angeles Times, "The main thing is Karen is such a great character, and people really want to see her again."

Mullally will be joined on stage by her former TV co-star Leslie Jordan, who played her onscreen rival Beverley Leslie.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

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Thursday, October 08, 2009

Teacup Pigs - the new pet craze

That's right, you too can get your own Itty Bitty Miss Piggy as a pet. But not in New York. Pigs are not legal pets in New York (unless you consider a guido a pet...and I do).

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

So Gay

So, I am currently in rehearsals for The Gayest Christmas Pageant Ever, and they are going well so far.

This Sunday I will be singing Seasons of Love at a gay wedding in Central Park.

If my life gets any gayer I may have to change my name to Glitter.

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Jason Does a Straight Play, sort of

Previews November 13-28, 2009 | Opening November 29, 2009

The Actors’ Playhouse

100 7th Ave South, New York City

(Take the 1 Train to Christopher Street/Sheridan Square)

It’s time for the annual holiday production for a struggling
gay theatre company in West Hollywood. Jim, the pot-
smoking straight tech guy, offends M&M, the eclectic
playwright, causing him to walk out and take his script
with him. Now the crazy and drama-addicted team has just
a few weeks to produce the “gayest Christmas pageant ever.”
This holiday camp-fest is a fast-paced comedy packed with
hilarious dialog and over-the-top characters.

Off Broadway goes gay this Christmas!

Don’t miss the funniest show of the season.

For more information contact Alternative Theatre Company | (212) 464-8875