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') as Dan, for two weeks only - July 2-4 and 9-11 - at The 777 Theatre (777 Eighth Avenue, between 47th and 48th Streets).
Buckley, making his Off-Broadway debut in Sex Tips, will also perform in the show's upcoming week-long run at The Provincetown Theater from August 3 - 8.
In this hilarious new romantic comedy based on the best-selling book of the same title, audiences are welcomed into a fun-filled world of insider advice that could only be culled from that most insightful of individuals: the gay man.
The play is set at a local university auditorium where the English department holds its monthly meet the authors event.
Scroll down for photos from the opening night festivities!
After noticing that a growing number of her straight female friends were embarking on sexual relationships with women, You Tube star Jaclyn Glenn, 27, interviewed four ladies who have experimented with same-sex encounters to learn what prompted them to do so before sharing a collection of their thoughts in a video posted to her popular You Tube channel.
To prepare for the role, Buckley is sharing some hilarious tips with some of our favorite Broadway characters. (more...)Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man, written by Matt Murphy, based on the best-selling book by Dan Anderson and Maggie Berman, just celebrated its 100 performnce Off-Broadway on Saturday, May 17th.
Now in its fourth smash month Off-Broadway at The 777 Theatre (777 Eighth Avenue, between 47th and 48th Streets), Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man is directed by Tim Drucker (writer/director of Spidermusical, co-book writer for the musical Fat Camp) and now stars Grant Mac Dermott as Dan, Rachel Moulton as Robyn, and Keith Hines as Stefan.
Are you feeling the urgent need to hump someone in the general vicinity in the next seventeen minutes? Thanks to an ingenious GPS-based app called Grindr, gay men have been hooking up with other guys by whipping out their phones when they're horny. In an effort to divine the answer, Marshall Sella wades into the new world of "location-based" love The mechanics of it were simple.
Now the tech visionary who founded Grindr is launching a version for straight people. I'd be milling around a trendy Sunset Boulevard dive, or lounging in a French Roast restaurant about a block from where I live in Manhattan. The photos came in a few varieties: guys trying hard to look really bored though super-cool; nude, hirsute torsos; guys doing that ridiculous bathroom-mirror self-portrait in which the subject always looks surprised even though he himself has just snapped the shot.