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Is the Virginia Woolf Novel We Need Right Now
On its 90th anniversary, a recognition of how Woolf’s parodic, fantastical
-biography made it possible to imagine a world beyond gender.
Comics Stars Are Coming Together to Raise Money for Pulse Nightclub Victims
The collection is called “Love Is Love.”
to Air Special Episode on Orlando Shooting
Ellen Page interviews individuals affected by the Orlando gay-club shooting.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and J.Lo Drop Orlando Track
“The old man Miranda put some words together for the occasion.”
Pop Stars Release Song for Orlando
Proceeds from the song will aid victims and their families with medical care and counseling and will also go towards education.
Is Going to Orlando for a Benefit Concert
On July 24.
49 Celebrities Pay Tribute to Orlando Victims
Directed and produced by Ryan Murphy.
RuPaul on the Orlando Shooting: ‘Don’t F*ck With My Family’
He was speaking at the third annual Trailblazers Honors.
E. Alex Jung
Maya and Marty
: Broadway Stars Sing for Orlando
Hosts Maya Rudolph and Martin Short joined in.
Broadway Stars Release Song for Orlando
Performers include Lin-Manuel Miranda, Idina Menzel, and Nathan Lane.
Billy Joel Dedicates Rare Performance of ‘You’re Only Human’ to Orlando
Joel hasn’t performed the song since 1987.
Melissa Etheridge Releases New Song ‘Pulse’ in Honor of Orlando Shooting Victims
Proceeds from the track will be donated to an LGBT charity.
Lady Gaga Honored the Victims of Orlando Mass Shooting at L.A. City Hall Vigil
“I will not allow my anger and outrage over this attack to overshadow our need to honor those who are grieving.”
Late Night Hosts Share Fury and Dismay in Wake of Orlando Gay Club Shooting
“I simply do not understand why anybody in this country is allowed to purchase and own a semi-automatic assault rifle.”
Tituss Burgess Sings ‘Somewhere’ in Honor of Orlando Shooting Victims
At a rally at the Stonewall Inn.
Why Lin-Manuel Miranda Wrote That Touching Tonys Poem About Love and Tragedy
“We live in this world where beautiful and horrible things exist at the same time.”
the last ship
The Last Ship
After Mass Shooting
The decision was made out of respect for the victims.
Read Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Moving Tonys Poem
He was in tears by the end.
Watch James Corden’s Orlando Statement at Tonys
“Theater is a place where every race, creed, sexuality, and gender is equal and embraced and loved.”
E. Alex Jung
Stage Dive: An
Without Heat or Humidity
The show, in spirit, might’ve been subtitled “The 500-Year-Old Virgin.”