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'Call Me By Your Name' Director Says Timothèe Chalamet, Armie Hammer & More Returning for Sequel 'Find Me'

By Jason St. Amand |
As the streaming wars heat up, Quibi, a new and edgy competitor to Netflix and other companies, enters the ring this week at an unfortunate time.

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Coronavirus Means Lights Down, Not Out, for Boston Theater

Coronavirus Means Lights Down, Not Out, for Boston Theater

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 3
The COVID-19 crisis has brought down the house lights of Boston theater - but not snuffed them. EDGE reached out to hear how theater companies and individual artists are dealing with the pandemic's effects.

Andrew Lloyd Webber Shares Musicals Online

Andrew Lloyd Webber Shares Musicals Online

Apr 2
Iconic composer Andrew Lloyd Webber is making some of his filmed musicals available for free on YouTube.

Late Playwright, Activist Terrence McNally Celebrated in Doc Streaming on PBS

Late Playwright, Activist Terrence McNally Celebrated in Doc Streaming on PBS

Mar 26
To honor the life and legacy of the late playwright and activist Terrence McNally, American Masters and PBS are making the documentary, "Terrence McNally: Every Act of Life" available to stream.

Global Pandemic Postpones this Year's Glitzy Tony Awards

Global Pandemic Postpones this Year's Glitzy Tony Awards

By Mark Kennedy | Mar 25
With Broadway shuttered amid the coronavirus pandemic, producers of the annual Tony Awards have postponed this year's celebration of American theater.

Watch: How Do You Make a Production Number While Social Distancing?

Watch: How Do You Make a Production Number While Social Distancing?

Mar 24
Looking for a smile during these grim times? Check out this video, posted on the #BroadwayLipSynch YouTube channel that shows how you can produce a production number in the times of social distancing.

Broadway Actors & COVID-19: Aaron Tveit Has It; Gavin Creel Thinks He Might

Broadway Actors & COVID-19: Aaron Tveit Has It; Gavin Creel Thinks He Might

Mar 24
Broadway actors Aaron Tveit & Gavin Creel both have had a brush with COVID-19: Tveit tested positive and Creel thinks he has it.

Stephen Sondheim Turns 90 Today — An Appreciation

Stephen Sondheim Turns 90 Today — An Appreciation

Mar 22
When Stephen Sondheim turns 90 today, perhaps he should come up with a new set of lyrics to "I'm Still Here," his anthem to show business survival he introduced in "Follies" in 1973. EDGE contributors offer their appreciations of the Broadway giant.

Rosie O'Donnell Brings Her Talk Show Back for One Night to Support The Actors Fund

Rosie O'Donnell Brings Her Talk Show Back for One Night to Support The Actors Fund

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 19
Rosie O'Donnell is bringing her talk show back for a single livestreamed event in support of The Actors Fund. The show will boast a plethora of stars, many of them LGBTQ or with big gay followings.

Bill Rosenfield, One of the 'Old Show Queens,' Dishes About the Web Series

Bill Rosenfield, One of the 'Old Show Queens,' Dishes About the Web Series

By Steve Duffy | Mar 18
Bill Rosenfeld, one half of the team behind the YouTube series "Old Show Queens," has been a show queen since the age of 9. With his husband, Gary Gunas, they have a series of videos in which they discuss — what else? — Broadway. EDGE spoke to Rosenfield.

 Review :: 'The Perplexed' Was Aptly Named

Review :: 'The Perplexed' Was Aptly Named

By Brooke Pierce | Mar 16
Aptly named, Richard Greenberg's new play "The Perplexed" is a multi-family drama that takes place on the chaotic day of a wedding.

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