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Pope-a Don't Preach: Madonna Wants Tea With Pontiff

Oct 8
If Kim Davis taught us anything it's that getting five minutes with the Pope isn't as hard as it used to be.

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Andrew Rannells to Temporarily Star in Broadway's 'Hamilton'

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 8
Andrew Rannells has a new gig - and it's a royal one.

Huntington Theatre Company, Boston University Parting Ways

Oct 7
In a surprise move today, the Huntington Theatre Company and Boston University announced they are parting ways.

Bedlam's Eric Tucker Takes on 'Copenhagen'

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 6
Director/actor Eric Tucker (from the troupe Bedlam) returns to the Central Square Theater to direct Michael Frayn's "Copenhagen." EDGE spoke to Tucker about the production.

Gay Days Anaheim 2015 :: An Evening With Audra McDonald

Oct 6
What's better than a fabulous hors d'oeuvres reception? A fabulous concert with six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald immediately following it. We've got the pics.

Dreaming in Physics :: Rob Najarian on Playing Two Science Greats in Rep

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 6
Rob Najarian plays both Albert Einstein and Werner Heisenberg, but his talents don't stop with the technical jargon that laces his dialogue. EDGE chatted with Najarian about both the brains and the brawn that go into his portrayals.

Theatre Review :: Kansas City Choir Boy

By Clinton Campbell | Oct 5
Let's just cut to the chase: Courtney Love is captivating. Even in her rather small role in "Kansas City Choirboy," there is not a moment that you are not compelled to watch her. She possesses the magnetic aura that all divas do.

Best Buds Onstage and Off: Talking with Jonathan Beyer and Brandon Cedel of BLO's 'La Bohème'

By Robert Nesti | Oct 5
In the current BLO "La Bohème" Jonathan Beyer & Brandon Cedel are amongst the titular characters of Puccini's most beloved opera. They are also a couple off-stage. EDGE spoke to the couple about being out in opera & appearing together in this production.

Theater Gossip Michael Riedel Writes A History of Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 5
When you read New York Post theater columnist Michael Riedel, there's no mistaking whom the writer is. He's snarky and skewering and gleeful. That makes his latest project all the more interesting.

Theatre Review :: Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella

By Clinton Campbell | Oct 2
Is it a case of glass slipper half-full or glass-slipper half-empty in the touring production of "Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella" at the Opera House?

Reliving the 'Lavender Scare' in 'Perfect Arrangement'

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 2
The new play "Perfect Arrangement" is set during the McCarthy era of the early 1950s when LGBTs were systematically persecuted by the US government. EDGE interviews playwright Topher Payne & cast members about the play at NYC's Primary Stages.

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