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Will Ferrell, the American comic actor who plays a lunatic Nazi in the new film version of The Producers, let slip a couple of secrets the other day. He likes to hang out naked in hotel rooms with the film's leads, Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick; and Hollywood put the musical on the screen purely to immortalise the stage performances of those two men. It could almost be true.
The night before his first album came out, Frank wrote a letter to his fans, telling the story of a summer night when he'd first fallen in love, and how the person he'd fallen in love with had been a man. It matters that you don't just give up. It was a long, hot summer in England, and at one school in one corner of the country, all of the boys were forbidden from wearing anything but trousers
Inspired by Francis Veber's play "Le Placard. When: Through July Evenings - Tuesday through Thursday at July 12 at 7; no evening performance this Wednesday ; Friday and Saturday at 8. As played by Matthew Broderick in the world premiere of Douglas Carter Beane's arch, self-conscious farce, "The Closet" — which officially opened over the weekend at Williamstown Theatre Festival's Main Stage — he is a virtual bystander to his life.
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Brooks puts it this way:. But last week saw a setback for the forces of maximum freedom. A representative of millions of gays and lesbians went to the Supreme Court and asked the court to help put limits on their own freedom of choice.
By Benjamin Wallace-Wells. Inthe Times columnist David Brooks, then in his early fifties, divorced his wife of twenty-seven years, Sarah, and moved into an apartment in Washington, D. The personal crisis that ensued overlapped with a spiritual one. His correspondence with a young research assistant, a Christian woman named Anne Snyder, grew intense.