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'Stuff' Happens :: New Film Looks at Complications in Long-term Relationships

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 27
Writer/Director Suzanne Gaucci explores the complications of a long-term relationship between two women in her new indie "Stuff." EDGE spoke to Gaucci about her film as it makes its way on the LGBT film fest circuit.

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Crown's 'Broadway Series': Stars Shine Through Columbus Day Weekend

By EDGE | Jul 28
Six additional superstar headliners remain in the 2015 "Broadway Series" this summer at The Crown & Anchor's Paramount Theatre and Town Hall Auditorium. They are Linda Lavin, Shirley Jones, Billy Porter, Kathy Griffin, Charles Busch and Linda Eder.

Patti's Rules: Broadway Diva LuPone Publishes Rules for Theater Etiquette

By EDGE | Jul 27
All she's asking for is a little respect.

Kathy Griffin & Charles Busch Added to Crown's Lineup

By EDGE | Jul 26
Two additional superstar headliners for the 2015 "Broadway Series" in Provincetown, MA this summer at The Crown & Anchor's Paramount Theatre and Town Hall Auditorium, Kathy Griffin August 23 and Charles Busch August 31 and September 1.

Triple Threats: Meet The Keenan-Bolgers

By Brian Scott Lipton | Jul 25
Meet the New York theater scene's most interesting lesbian, gay and ally family.

Megan Hilty, Rob McClure to Join 'Noises Off' on Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Jul 24
Andrea Martin is getting some Broadway veterans as co-stars when she appears in "Noises Off" next year.

Theatre Review :: I Saw My Neighbor On The Train and I Didn't Even Smile

By J. Peter Bergman | Jul 24
British/American playwright Suzanne Heathcote's play "I Saw My Neighbor On The Train and I Didn't Even Smile" examines the immense difficulty encountered by three generations of women in one family who cannot seem to engage in a relationship.

'American Psycho' Musical Headed to Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Jul 24
The musical based on the novel "American Psycho" is hoping to slay Broadway audiences.

Last Chance to Catch 'Must-See' 'Blood Wedding'

By EDGE | Jul 22
This is the last week to see a true story of love and betrayal. "Blood Wedding" is a powerful and innovative modern classic by Federico García Lorca, a gay man considered one of Spain's greatest poets and dramatists.

Payton St. James Goes Old Hollywood in 'Die, Mommie, Die!'

By Joe Siegel | Jul 21
Payton St. James plays faded fading Hollywood superstar Angela Arden in Charles Busch's satire "Die, Mommie, Die!" EDGE spoke to him about the hilarious comedy.

Theatre Review :: Laughing Wild

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 21
Real life's absurdities don't pop out for us the way the play would like, and that means we're not laughing as wildly as we need to for the production to come fully to life.

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