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Hollywood Celebrities Open Wallets to Buttigieg's Campaign

'It: Chapter Two' Cast Talks Intense Shoot at Comic-Con

By Brian Slodysko |
A-list celebrities seem to be opening their hearts — or at least their wallets — to Pete Buttigieg.

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 Review :: Dear Evan Hansen

Review :: Dear Evan Hansen

By Robert Nesti | Jul 16
Few musicals bond so immediately with its audience as "Dear Evan Hansen," the sensational musical that has developed into a cultural sensation.

 Review :: The Play That Goes Wrong

Review :: The Play That Goes Wrong

By Kevin Taft | Jul 15
This is a play for everyone. Even the younger set in the audience were guffawing and giggling throughout. This is a terrific night at the theatre and will have you walking out on a silly high.

Talking With... A Little Bit of Tammie Brown

Talking With... A Little Bit of Tammie Brown

By Steve Duffy | Jul 10
Tammie Brown made an impression on the first season of "RuPaul's Drag Race," and hasn't stopped since. EDGE spoke to the drag star about her summer-long residency in Provincetown where she has brought her show.

 Review :: Jessie Mueller and Seth Rudetsky @ Emerson Colonial Theatre, July 8, 2019

Review :: Jessie Mueller and Seth Rudetsky @ Emerson Colonial Theatre, July 8, 2019

By John Amodeo | Jul 10
This past Tuesday, the nearly sold out audience at the Emerson Colonial Theatre was roaring with laughter every few minutes, that is when they weren't enrapt with the beautiful singing coming from the stage in "A Conversation with Jessie Mueller."

Watch: Ocasio-Cortez Makes a Splash at NYC Drag Show

Watch: Ocasio-Cortez Makes a Splash at NYC Drag Show

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 9
AOC's appearance at a drag show at the McKittrick Hotel in New York City just might cause a few conservative heads to explode. Her words to the crowd? "You are beautiful. You are accepted."

 Review :: Faye Dunaway Channels Katharine Hepburn in 'Tea at Five'

Review :: Faye Dunaway Channels Katharine Hepburn in 'Tea at Five'

By Robert Nesti | Jul 6
As a famous ad once asked, what becomes a legend most? In the case of Katharine Hepburn, the cantankerous Hollywood survivor, it wasn't posing in a Blackglama fur, rather it turns out to be paid homage by another Hollywood survivor: Faye Dunaway.

A High-Voiced Rising Star at 25

A High-Voiced Rising Star at 25

By Mark Kennedy | Jul 2
Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen's improbable career has brought him rapidly to the brink of operatic stardom at age 25. So it's not surprising that the Brooklyn-born countertenor would fall prey to feeling a "kind of impostor syndrome" when he walked on stage.

Faye Finds Kate :: Playwright Matthew Lombardo  on 'Tea at Five'

Faye Finds Kate :: Playwright Matthew Lombardo on 'Tea at Five'

By Robert Nesti | Jun 28
Matthew Lombardo had his first success with "Tea at Five" in 2002; now he's back with his Katharine Hepburn one-person play, this time with Faye Dunaway. With one Hollywood legend playing another, what has the experience been like for Lombardo?

After a 50-Year Wait, 'Stonewall' Opera was Written in Weeks

After a 50-Year Wait, 'Stonewall' Opera was Written in Weeks

By Ronald Blum | Jun 20
The Pulitzer Prize-winning librettist Mark Campbell received a note in late February 2018 from the general director of the New York City Opera: "I may have a project for you, but you have to write quickly."

 Review :: Convention

Review :: Convention

By Brooke Pierce | Jun 18
Most people attending "Convention" know how things end, but the journey there is a fascinating and funny history lesson.

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