Thank You, Edith Windsor • Trans Beauty On LOGO • The Return of “Will & Grace” • B’way Sac Has A Beautiful Season   585

Please welcome, our Annual Arts and Entertainment issue, which hits the newsstands and the internet today! And with this issue we celebrate Sacramento's very own LGBT film festival, SIGLFF, so be sure to check out page 14 for Chris Narloch's complete wrap up.

Read more: Arts and Entertainment Special Issue - Featuring SIGLFF

 

See A Scary Movie This Weekend

By Chris Narloch

Two hair-raising new movies are currently in theaters, and they are giving audiences the creeps in totally different ways.

“IT” is an old-fashioned roller-coaster ride of scares, while “Mother!” attempts to shock viewers in a more cerebral way.


Read more: See A Scary Movie This Weekend

 

Farm-to-Fork Festival Celebrates • You Can Grow Them All • Farm-to-Fork Is Not Easy... • “And Then They Came for Us” • Farm-to-Fork to Grave

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The idea of farm to fork has really taken hold here in Sacramento, and for good reason. We are centrally located with farms, vineyards and rivers all around us. Here at Outword we love the idea and we have pulled together a great issue with really wonderful stories and articles that will help you maximize your farm to fork experience.  

Read more: Farm to Fork 2017

 

An Octoroon Tackles Race at Capital Stage

by Chris Narloch

I have heard nothing but great things about An Octoroon, the current production at Sacramento’s Capital Stage, and I will be making a beeline for that theater just as soon as we put this edition of Outword to bed.

A 2014 Obie Award Winner for Best New Play, An Octoroon was written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins and is an adaptation of Dion Boucicault’s An Octoroon, which premiered in 1859.

Read more: An Octoroon Tackles Race at Capital Stage

 

‘A Very Sordid Wedding’ in San Francisco

By Chris Narloch

You can meet director Del Shores in person and see his latest Southern-fried satire the weekend of September 8, when ‘A Very Sordid Wedding’ begins a one-week engagement onscreen at San Francisco’s Roxie Theatre.

‘A Very Sordid Wedding’ is the sequel to Shores’ cult classic ‘Sordid Lives,’ which introduced comedy film fans to the wonderfully wacky world of Brother Boy (Leslie Jordan), Noleta (Caroline Rhea), Latrelle (Bonnie Bedelia), and Sissy (Dale Dickey).

Read more: ‘A Very Sordid Wedding’ in San Francisco

 

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