THE RED SHOES. Sam Archer (seated) and company. Photo Credit: Johan Persson. Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes: To Dance or To Love, The Choice is in the Shoes. @NYCityCenter By Ross To many, including the likes of Martin Scorsese, Brian De Palma, and my goddess of song, Kate Bush (who created an album called “The Red […]
About Steven Ross
Steven Ross, main critic for Frontmezzjunkies.com is a self-proclaimed theatre junkie, traveloholic, and fitness addict, I have been writing about theatre and posting my reviews for years about plays and musicals on Broadway, Off-Broadway and beyond. In NYC, Chicago, Toronto, Washington, DC, London, and anywhere else I find myself sitting in the front mezzanine. The best seats in the house, in my opinion.
Entries by Steven Ross
Alison Fraser. All Photos by Maria Baranova. A Bloody Good Slice of Squeamish For A One Woman Show. By Ross What is it that makes you Squeamish? Is it the bloody red hand-print on the poster for this new play written and directed by Aaron Mark? It certainly is arresting, eye-catching, and provocative, but doesn’t exactly make me Squeamish. […]
Denise Gough (center). Photo by Teddy Wolff. People Places & Things: One Messy But Awesome Addicted Seagull. By Ross for frontmezzjunkies “I am a seagull,” she cries, but no, that’s not quite right. Denise Gough, the Olivier award winning actress, on the other hand, is getting it all perfectly right in the phenomenal People, Places & […]
OEDIPUS EL REY Juan Castano, Julio Monge. Photo by Joan Marcus. Oedipus el Rey: An Exciting Bare Assed Re-Focusing of Greek Destino y Amor Maternal. By Ross for frontmezzjunkies The painted wall and the panels of jailhouse bars tell a whole story before the first actor even jumps up onto the Shiva stage at The Public […]
Lady Bird. Saoirse Ronan, Beanie Feldstein. Lady Bird: A Movie Review Love Letters to Mom and Sacramento, if you can believe it. By Ross for frontmezzjunkies This lovely and engaging teen angst drama is basically numerous love letters all enmeshed into one teenager’s tale of awakening to the complexities of adulthood. “Lady Bird“, the directorial debut of […]
Lonely Planet, the new play by Steven Dietz (Bloomsday) presented by Keen Company starts off with a lonely chair in the middle of a small map store on the oldest street in an American city. We find Jody, the owner of the map store, quietly contemplating a beautiful chair and peacefully sitting in the chair.Then like a […]
Torch Song: Under a Broken Red Neon Sign, A Love Story. By Ross It all begins, under the broken neon red Torch Song sign, with the illusion of perfection with big dash of fabulousness, well, one that is under construction. A drag queen preparing in front of a mirror for her performance to come. Applying the layers […]
Mudbound: A Movie Review That Became Something Quite Different By Ross Mudbound is an harrowing epic piece of American filmmaking by director, Dee Rees. Beautifully shot by cinematographer, Rachel Morrison, while being very stressful to experience, the passion of all who made this powerful film is stained on to each and every frame of film, much […]
The Florida Project: A Movie Review The Antithesis of the Magic Kingdom By Ross Close by where the tale of “The Florida Project” meanders along, there is a land that is next door, but essentially far far away, the Magical Kingdom of Disney World. It is a place that sprinkles fairy dust as wide as […]
Una: A Movie Review A Car Crash in Slow Motion By Ross for frontmezzjunkies When invited to a screening of the new film, Una, my first react was to say ‘no’ as I don’t think of myself as a film reviewer. I’ve written a few last year about the Oscar nominated films, and films that moved me when […]
OutBuzz delivers the latest gay news, gay entertainment, gay trends and gay nightlife.
OutBuzz is an independently-owned gay media outlet based in NYC.
Contact us for advertising inquiries.
Do you have a story that you want to share? We’d love to hear it. Contact us with your story and we’ll post it if relevant. We respond to all submissions even if we don’t post it.