When I took to the stage at the Oscars in 2009 and promised that LGBT people of this country would soon know full federal equality, I was chastised by more than a few politicians and most movement…
The team behind “Milk” — director Gus Van Sant, writer Dustin Lance Black and producer Bruce Cohen — will be traveling to St. Petersburg, Russia, for a closing-night screening Nov. 30 of the 2008…
“Milk” scribe Dustin Lance Black is the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television’s latest recipient of the Lew and Pamela Hunter/Jonathan and Janice Zakin chair holder in screenwriting Award. Kudo…
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When people can't discriminate between what's morally ersatz and what's spiritually sound, they make dubious choices, whether it be an investment in overpriced designer sneakers or the…
Reviving Tennessee Williams' problematical 1963 play "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore" is like bankrolling a political campaign.
Natalie Portman on Sean Penn in 'Milk': "They only need to know one of us," Harvey Milk explains to his campaign team in the film "Milk." Sean Penn's performance as Harvey does exactly that: You…
As same-sex marriage advocates pursue their efforts to overturn Proposition 8, California's ban on same-sex marriage, could "Milk" provide a roadmap? The Focus Features biopic of gay civil rights…
After five years spent working on the more experimental fringe, Gus Van Sant fluently returns to the relative mainstream with "Milk," an adroitly and tenderly observed account of the life of Harvey…
The Studio Theater's season of mostly Russian plays is serving an explosive dose of "Black Milk," an inventive and disturbing look at the underside of the new capitalist Russia. The exceedingly dark…
Noah Wyle, be advised to wipe that milk mustache right off your actor's face.
Rupert Everett is already seated onstage as the audience arrives for "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore," which is no bad thing since it takes time to adjust to the sight at hand. Face drawn…