This Week on Broadway for March 31, 2019: Ain’t Too Proud / Be More Chill

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere discuss Kiss Me, Kate, John Guare’s Nantucket Sleigh Ride @ Lincoln Center Theater, Smart Blonde @ 59e59, Ain’t Too Proud, Accidentally Brave, Atlantic Theater Company’s production of The Mother, Be More Chill, Do You Feel Anger? @ Vineyard Theatre, upcoming Encompass New Opera Theatre Gala, and read more


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Be Proud of Your Sartorial Preferences

Every so often one of my clients will apologize for liking a look, silhouette or design detail. For example, they’ll say, “I’m sorry, but I actually like puffy sleeves and shoulder pads,” or, “I like ditsy patterns and frills, but I know they aren’t cool.” My reply is always, that’s great! And sometimes I like the said item, detail or vibe too. Perhaps not for my own style, but for the client. I always encourage them to explore the look.

Don’t worry about being perceived as uncool or unstylish because of your personal preferences. Strive to be less affected by what others think. What makes your preferences less fabulous anyway? Because it strays from the golden mean of what is thought of as stylish and attractive? Because outfit bloggers aren’t wearing it? That’s codswallop. If anything, liking something that few others do makes it more special, personal and unique.

There is no one way to be stylish, and aesthetics are extremely subjective. That’s why there is no right and wrong with sartorial choice. Stand up for what you like, and be proud of your sartorial preferences. Wearing a look that you love with confidence, ease, verve and authenticity goes a long way to making it fabulous. THAT is cool.



Trans Actors: We Would Be Proud To Play a Trans James Bond

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A transgender Bond would shake, not stir things up.

With Daniel Craig’s tenure as the famed superspy coming to a close, actor Dominic West floated the idea of “a transgender Bond” in a Sunday Times interview this week, saying that it “would be cool.”

That suggestion inspired the usual round of outrage, with cries of political correctness gone too far, but transgender male actors tell The Daily Beast that such a casting would be a breakthrough moment for LGBT media representation.

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Watch Exclusive ‘Beautiful Boy’ Clip: I Want Them to Be Proud of Me

Watch Exclusive 'Beautiful Boy' Clip: I Want Them to Be Proud of Me

When a young man falls under the powerful sway of addiction, it threatens to tear his family apart. Based on an inspiring true story, Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet star as father and son in Beautiful Boy, which explores survival, relapse and recovery, as well as its heartbreaking effect on a family.

Chalamet is featured in our exclusive clip from the film, talking plainly about his need to deal with "a big, black hole" in himself. He also acknowledges the loving support…

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