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Queen Latifah Declines Award, Citing 'Personal Reasons'
Director Bryan Singer Takes Aim at Upcoming Esquire Piece Calling it 'False'
Troye Sivan. Wang Theatre/Boston. October 12, 2018

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Director Bryan Singer Takes Aim at Upcoming Esquire Piece Calling it 'False'

Queen Latifah Declines Award, Citing 'Personal Reasons'

Director Bryan Singer is getting ahead of an upcoming Esquire piece that the filmmaker says will be negative and is a "reckless disregard for the truth."

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Hedwig's Back. John Cameron Mitchell Announces 'The Origin of Love Tour'

Hedwig's Back. John Cameron Mitchell Announces 'The Origin of Love Tour'

Oct 10
John Cameron Mitchell, the double Tony Award winning, Golden Globe-nominated co-creator of "Hedwig & the Angry Inch," will bring his big, brash and bold rock spectacle to the US for the first time.

 Review :: Sweat

Review :: Sweat

By Adam Brinklow | Oct 10
"Sweat" is a bit like classical tragedy: Everyone is doomed before it starts, but this only becomes evident to all of them after it's too late.

 Review :: Miss Saigon

Review :: Miss Saigon

By Will Demers | Oct 10
"Miss Saigon" kicked off a brand new North American tour at the Providence Performing Arts Center and it shouldn't be missed.

Tina Turner Show to Join Cher, Summer and King on Broadway

Tina Turner Show to Join Cher, Summer and King on Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 5
Move over, Donna Summer, Carole King and Cher. There's another diva heading to Broadway — Tina Turner.

Laurie Metcalf, John Lithgow to Play Bill, Hillary Clinton

Laurie Metcalf, John Lithgow to Play Bill, Hillary Clinton

Oct 4
"Roseanne" star Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow of "The Crown" are poised to star as Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton in a new Broadway play.

 Review :: The Nap

Review :: The Nap

By Brooke Pierce | Oct 4
"The Nap," a new Broadway comedy about a professional snooker player named Dylan Spokes, is advertised as coming from the same playwright, Richard Bean, who wrote the hit "One Man, Two Guvnors."

Darren Criss Readies Festival Celebrating Musical Theater

Darren Criss Readies Festival Celebrating Musical Theater

By Mesfin Fekadu | Oct 4
Darren Criss says adding "Emmy winner" to his name feels good since it "used to be Emmy loser."

Missed 'Brokelahomo!'? Gold Dust Orphans Show Returns to Boston Prior to NYC

Missed 'Brokelahomo!'? Gold Dust Orphans Show Returns to Boston Prior to NYC

Oct 4
Prior to a New York run, The Gold Dust Orphans bring "Brokelahomo!," their critically acclaimed musical Western, back to Boston for two nights only.

Post-Kevin Spacey, Old Vic 'Guardians' Fight Workplace Abuse

Post-Kevin Spacey, Old Vic 'Guardians' Fight Workplace Abuse

By Jill Lawless | Oct 2
A year after it became an unwilling focus for Britain's #MeToo movement, the Old Vic Theatre says it is trying to stamp out abuses of power in all workplaces.

Twisted Fairy Tales: Talking with Michael J. Feldman About His Current LA Show

Twisted Fairy Tales: Talking with Michael J. Feldman About His Current LA Show

By Dale Reynolds | Oct 2
The Ammunition Company end their run of "Fairy Tale Theatre 18 & Over, A Musical" this weekend. EDGE spoke to the show's creator Michael J. Feldman about the show.

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