Now available (Henry Holt and Co.) Terry Coleman's new biography of the legendary Laurence Olivier portrays him as more of a heterosexual than previous books have, but his life remains fascinating.
Don't Get Too Comfortable
Now available (Doubleday) David Rakoff, the drily droll gay essayist behind Fraud, returns with another hilarious exploration of our bizarre world,
November 8 (Lions Gate Home Entertainment) Gay and straight relationships get equally convoluted in this dark comedy about the pitfalls of love and parenting from out writer-director Don Roos (The Opposite of Sex).
November 15 (Wellspring) Rent got you jonesing for yet another Anthony Rapp musical? Watch him burst into song about real estate alongside Sally Kellerman in this oddball cult movie.
November 14 (Darla) LD & the New Criticism deliver self-described "experimental countrypolitan deathpop" with equal parts sadness and smarty-pants sass.
No More to Hide: An American Wedding Cantata November 16, 20, and 21, San Francisco Lesbian soprano Christine Brandes and the Volti chamber choir present the world premiere of a musical piece dedicated to every couple's right to marry.
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|Publication:||The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)|
|Date:||Nov 22, 2005|
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