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Time Releases its 100 Most Influential People Issue

Stars from Susan Sarandon to Ben Affleck Donate to 2020 Dems

Taylor Swift, TV journalist Gayle King and soccer star Mohamed Salah are among the six famous faces featured on the covers of Time's annual "100 Most Influential People i...

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 Review :: All er Nuthin': An Uncompromising 'Oklahoma!' Gallops Onto Broadway

Review :: All er Nuthin': An Uncompromising 'Oklahoma!' Gallops Onto Broadway

By Matthew Wexler | Apr 18
Like a high school reunion where you reacquaint yourself with old flings and someone actually looks better than they did before, the nipped and tucked "Oklahoma!" reboot deserves a page among The Best Plastic (Theater) Surgeons in America.

Why Rachel Chavkin is a Rarity on Broadway These Days

Why Rachel Chavkin is a Rarity on Broadway These Days

Apr 16
As another season on Broadway draws to a big finish, the opening of "Hadestown" marks a milestone of sorts — it's the only new musical directed by a woman, Tony Award-nominee Rachel Chavkin.

Nominations for Boston's Elliot Norton Awards Announced

Nominations for Boston's Elliot Norton Awards Announced

Apr 12
Two dozen nominations of outstanding actors, directors, designers and ensembles were announced today by The Boston Theater Critics Association (BTCA), with winners to be revealed at the 37th Annual Elliot Norton Awards on May 20.

 Review :: Miracle in Rwanda

Review :: Miracle in Rwanda

By Brooke Pierce | Apr 10
"Miracle in Rwanda" helps us better understand how one woman survived, and also how a painful struggle with her faith led her to find some inner healing through the forgiveness of her oppressors.

 Review :: Glenda Jackson's Triumphant Broadway Return in 'King Lear'

Review :: Glenda Jackson's Triumphant Broadway Return in 'King Lear'

By Matthew Wexler | Apr 10
Shakespeare's patriarchal power play gets a Broadway reboot, thanks to Glenda Jackson's star turn in the title role.

 Review :: The Jungle

Review :: The Jungle

By Adam Brinklow | Apr 9
We can say without reservation that pretty much everyone should see "The Jungle" if the opportunity presents itself.

'Come From Away,' 'The Inheritance' Score at Olivier Awards

'Come From Away,' 'The Inheritance' Score at Olivier Awards

By Jill Lawless | Apr 8
"The Inheritance", an epic drama about gay lives in New York, and musicals "Come From Away" and "Company" were the big winners at British theater's Olivier Awards on Sunday, receiving four trophies apiece.

 Review :: I Like Scary Movies

Review :: I Like Scary Movies

By Kevin Taft | Apr 5
A co-production between Ultra Productions and Warner Bros. Consumer Products, the new art installation /selfie museum pop-up "I Like Scary Movies" is a sinisterly clever way to celebrate your favorite Warner Bros. scary movies.

 Review :: Amending a Play's Definition: Broadway's 'What the Constitution Means to Me'

Review :: Amending a Play's Definition: Broadway's 'What the Constitution Means to Me'

By Billy McEntee | Apr 5
Playwright-performer Heidi Schreck isn't only expanding our definition of America's seminal document; she's also redefining what a play can be.

Louise Pitre: Canada's 'First Lady of the Musical Theatre' Comes to Seattle with 'Marie, Dancing Still'

Louise Pitre: Canada's 'First Lady of the Musical Theatre' Comes to Seattle with 'Marie, Dancing Still'

By Steve Duffy | Apr 5
In the new musical "Marie, Dancing Still," Canadian musical star Louise Pitre plays the older half of its titular character — the teenage girl Edgar Degas used as a model for his famous sculpture "Little Dancer." EDGE spoke to Pitre about the musical.

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