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Ben Platt and Noah Galvin

Ben Platt and Noah Galvin are officially dating and the sound you hear is a million hearts breaking in perfect harmony

Gay tiger-levitating Las Vegas magician Roy Horn has died of COVID-19

Gay, tiger-levitating Las Vegas magician Roy Horn – who inspired Tiger King’s Joe Exotic – has died after testing positive for COVID-19

Black, gay playwright Michael R. Jackson has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama

This Black gay playwright started his career as a Broadway usher. Now, he’s just made history as a Pulitzer Prize winner

Patti LuPone was peak Patti LuPone on an episode of Watch What Happens Next with Andy Cohen. (Screen capture via YouTube)

Broadway legend Pattie LuPone proudly tells Alyssa Edwards and Andy Cohen that she’s had crabs… twice

Whoopi Goldberg and Jennifer Saunders in Sister Act

Whoopi Goldberg and Jennifer Saunders’ Sister Act musical has been postponed, meaning 2020 is now officially cancelled

Meryl Streep Christine Baranski Audra McDonald Stephen Sondheim

Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald booze in their bathrobes to celebrate Stephen Sondheim and it’s nothing less than iconic

Non-binary activist Jamie Wilman at PinkNews' office

Fearless activist Jamie Wildman – who came out as non-binary aged 69, proving it’s never too late – dies after cancer battle

A recent Zoom session with the cast of 1776. (American Repertory Theatre)

Broadway revival of classic musical 1776 will have an entirely female, non-binary, trans and genderqueer cast

Andrew Lloyd Webber streaming musicals coronavirus

Andrew Lloyd Webber is giving the gays everything they want by streaming his musicals during coronavirus crisis

Ben Platt reprised his Dear Evan Hansen role for the performance

Ben Platt continues to be a shining light in the darkness with at-home ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ reprise

audra mcdonald terrence mcnally coronavirus covid-19

Broadway legend Audra McDonald pays powerful tribute to gay playwright Terrence McNally after his death from coronavirus

Terrence McNally and Tom Kirdahy attend the 73rd Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall on June 09, 2019 in New York City.

Tributes pour in for award-winning gay playwright Terrence McNally after death from coronavirus

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