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Tune In: Summer TV Preview 2015

By Jason St. Amand | May 30
Thirteen summer TV shows recommend to check out during these upcoming sweltering months.

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EDGE's Picks for the 2015 Tony Awards

By EDGE | May 30
As the 69th annual Tony Awards approaches this Sunday, EDGE's Managing Editor Bobby McGuire and Travel and Style Editor Matthew Wexler, both avid New York theatergoers, weigh in with their picks for the American theater's highest honor.

Theatre Review :: Julius Caesar

By Michael Cox | May 29
In Bridge Rep's production of Shakespeare's most "American" tragedy "Julius Caesar," director Olivia D'Ambrosio reduces the text and condenses the staging to emphasize some of Shakespeare's most vibrant themes.

Gloucester Stage Debuts 'NeverDark' Series

By EDGE | May 27
Gloucester Stage proudly announces the debut of the "NeverDark" series. "NeverDark" is a series of second-stage events that include lectures, talk backs, film screenings, play readings, and other events.

Jessica Lange to Return to Broadway in 2016 a Familiar Role

May 26
Jessica Lange will return to Broadway next spring in a production of "Long Day's Journey Into Night," playing the same role she did 15 years ago in London.

Company One Opens a Premiere of a GLADD Nominated Play

By EDGE | May 25
The same weekend as Boston's gay pride parade, Company One Theatre opens "Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them," a fabulous GLAAD nominated play by A. Rey Pamatmat.

Theatre Review :: The Submission

By Kilian Melloy | May 24
Jeff Talbott's 2011 play about race and sexuality in America runs for about 110 minutes with no intermission -- and every one of those minutes rivets in the Zeitgeist Stage Company's staging.

Wesley Taylor is One Erotic Emcee

By Brian Scott Lipton | May 23
B'way audiences have seen the nice-guy side of Wesley Taylor "Rock of Ages" and "The Addams Family," while television audiences have seen more varied sides of his persona as Megan Hilty's slightly bitchy pal Bobby on "Smash."

Zachary Booth Opens Up About 'All the Terrible Things'

By Kilian Melloy | May 22
You might know Zachary Booth from TV's legal drama "Damages," or the Ira Sachs-directed film "Keep the Lights On." Now you can see him on the stage in Boston in the Huntington Theatre's production of "after all the terrible things I do."

Theatre Review :: Henry VI, Part 2

By Clinton Campbell | May 21
Lovers of history, Shakespeare, or even a good political drama will not be disappointed in this tight knit production.

Theatre Review :: Light Up The Sky

By Jennifer Bubriski | May 21
While "Light Up the Sky" doesn't rank among the greatest of stage comedies, the Lyric Stage's production is a heck of a good time.

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