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Watch: Annual Running of the Bulls in Spain

Jul 8
The annual running of the bulls took off in Pamplona, Spain.

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Broadway Theatergoer Tries to Recharge Phone in Onstage Plug

By Mark Kennedy | Jul 7
There's loud talking and, of course, phones ringing. But theater etiquette might have taken a turn for the bizarre last week when a patron at Broadway's "Hand to God" climbed onstage before the show to try to recharge his phone in an outlet.

Armistead Maupin to Play P-Town During Bear Week

By EDGE | Jul 6
Author and storyteller Armistead Maupin returns to the Crown & Anchor in Provincetown for two performances of "Logical Family," a one-man show written and performed by the beloved "Tales of the City" author.

Marga Gomez 'Pound's it at Dixon Place's Hot! Festival

By Winnie McCroy | Jun 30
On July 10, GLAAD Award-winner and Drama Desk nominee Marga Gomez returns to New York City with her new show, "Pound," commissioned by Ellie Covan of Dixon Place for their 24th Annual Hot! Festival.

Theatre Review :: Newsies

By Robert Nesti | Jun 30
"Newsies" succeeds due to breathless energy, bouncy tunes and a message of well scrubbed populism that's engaging in spite of the musical's dime-store novel plotting.

Performance Review :: Shining City

By J. Peter Bergman | Jun 30
Conor McPherson wins with his five-scene play, "Shining City" now on stage at Barrington Stage Company's St. Germain Stage at the Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

'Shiver' Explodes the Fairytale to Find Its Humanity

By EDGE | Jun 26
Project: Project's latest theme is the fairytale; so appropriately enough, they started with the Brothers Grimm. But the company turned away from the familiar and found an obscure little coming of age tale about a child unable to experience fear.

Barbara Cook to Appear at the Crown & Anchor June 29 and 30

By EDGE | Jun 26
Broadway legend Barbara Cook will be taking her glorious pipes to Provincetown for two performances at the landmark Crown & Anchor Inn.

Biographical Play About Oscar Wilde Blocked by Kremlin

By EDGE | Jun 25
The Tectonic Theater Project's plans to stage its LGBTQ-themed play Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde in Moscow, with support from the United States government, have been blocked by the Kremlin.

Theatre Review :: Thoreau or, Return to Walden

By J. Peter Bergman | Jun 25
In David Adkins' new play "Thoreau or, Return to Walden," Henry David Thoreau, is played by David Adkins.

Baz Takes Vegas :: LA Hit That Spotlights Luhrman's Films Gets The Cirque Treatment

By Kevin Taft | Jun 24
"For the Record" - the most original and spectacular theatrical experience Los Angeles has to offer - is now getting a permanent home in Vegas this month, courtesy of Cirque du Soleil Theatricals. Up first spotlights director Baz Luhrman.

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