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Reports of Maggie Smith's 'Downton' Exit May Be Premature

Mar 3
Predictions of doom for the Dowager Countess of Grantham may be premature.

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Look What's Coming to Gloucester Stage!

By EDGE | Mar 4
Recently announced is the lineup for Gloucester Stage's 36th Season of producing professional theatre in Gloucester, Massachusetts. The expanded 2015 Season has longer runs & lower ticket prices. What could be better?

Allison Spratt Pearce Explores 'My Fair Lady'

By Lisa Lipsey | Mar 4
Based on George Bernard Shaw's character play "Pygmalion," the musical "My Fair Lady" showcases the best of lyricist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe's work. The much-coveted role of Eliza Doolittle is portrayed by Allison Spratt Pearce

Theatre Review :: The Last Five Years

By Christopher Verleger | Mar 4
Boy and girl meet, marry and separate, but not necessarily in that order, in Jason Robert Brown's poignant musical at Ocean State Theatre Co.

Theatre Review :: School for Wives

By Drew Jackson | Mar 4
There are many delightful reasons to catch Dallas Theater Center's "The School for Wives" at the Kalita Humphreys Theater, but the two best reasons are: Chamblee Ferguson.

Theatre Review :: Fashions For Men

By Andy Smith | Mar 3
The Mint Theatre stages Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnar's "Fashions for Men."

Theatre Review :: Endgame

By Colleen Cottet | Mar 3
The Den Theatre stages The Hypocrites' production of Samuel Beckett's "Endgame."

Theatre Review :: The Nomad

By Wickham Boyle | Mar 3
The Flea Theater on White Street stages "The Nomad," a story about Isabelle Eberhardt composed and directed by Elizabeth Swados, with a book and lyrics by Swados and Erin Courtney.

Tena Štivicic Nabs Susan Smith Blackburn Prize For '3 Winters'

By EDGE | Mar 3
The 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize has been awarded to Tena Štivičić for her play "3 Winters."

Despite Restrictions, Argos & HMT Still Smokin' with 'Lifers'

By EDGE | Mar 3
Two award-winning fringe companies come together for a co-production of 'Lifers' by John Shea and Maureen Cornell. The play revolves around the staff of a local restaurant feeling the sting of rebranding and the smoking ban in Massachusetts.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: WTC View

By Michael Cox | Mar 3
Ten years ago, writer, director and producer Brian Sloan adapted to video what was, for some, the best play in New York dealing with 9/11 in its aftermath. Now it is available for download on iTunes.

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