In a world of muscle-bound young hunks, Leslie Jordan -- diminutive as he is, at 4'11" -- proves that big talent can come packaged in small comic dynamos. Jordan chats with EDGE about his travels and travails as a "Show Pony."
The Titanic Theatre Company's production of David Lindsay-Abaire's "Wonder of the World" is suitably (sometimes sublimely) zany, but fails to convince.
Company One presents a multi-faceted, visually dynamic, narratively scattershot mélange of biography, comedy, drama, manga, and more. Natsu Onoda Power directs her own script at the Boston Center for the Arts through Aug. 16.
Eudora works in an arcade in Big Ugly, West Virginia (a real place), so you can imagine what kind of a life she leads. But she perks up when a mysterious stranger blows into town and makes her an offer too good to be true.
The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company returns to Boston Common July 23 - August 10 for seventeen evenings of "Twelfth Night." Star Conner Christiansen chats with EDGE about The Bard, the show, and being back in Boston.
On July 28, Pride Films and Plays presents "LezFest: A One Night Fling," a celebration in words, songs, music and theater at Mary's Attic. Join PFP for an evening all about ladies who love ladies who are artists.
In 2011, Vagabond Theatre Group's Zach Winston penned "The Unfortunate Cutthroats." Now he's directing the premiere of the brand-new "Fortune's Favored," by Leslie Moreau. Winston stops by the EDGE office to chat about it...