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Jackie Hoffman, 'Feud's' Break-out Star, Talks Mamacita

Jackie Hoffman, 'Feud's' Break-out Star, Talks Mamacita

By Robert Nesti |
On the hit FX series "Feud," New York-based performer Jackie Hoffman is turning heads as Mamacita, Joan Crawford's stoic companion. EDGE spoke to Hoffman recently about the role.

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Looking 'A Gift Horse' in the  Eye :: Obehi Janice and Jim Petosa on Lydia Diamond's Early Play
Boston, MA

Looking 'A Gift Horse' in the Eye :: Obehi Janice and Jim Petosa on Lydia Diamond's Early Play

Apr 21
Lydia R. Diamind's play "The Gift Horse" sees its Boston area premiere in a production by New Repertory Theatre. EDGE has a chat with director Jim Petosa and star Obehi Janice about the play, the current and coming season, and more.

Watch: 'Broadway Bares' Goes Collegiate with 'Strip U'  Trailer

Watch: 'Broadway Bares' Goes Collegiate with 'Strip U' Trailer

Apr 20
Check out the BMOC (Big Men On Campus) in the promo trailer released for "Broadway Bares Strip U"

Kevin Spacey to Host the Tony Awards Show

Kevin Spacey to Host the Tony Awards Show

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 18
Kevin Spacey has been picked to host this year's Tony Awards, putting the award-winning star of "House of Cards" in the unenviable position of steering a telecast surely facing a post-"Hamilton" hangover.

Jeanine Kane Takes the Throne in 'King Elizabeth'
Boston, MA

Jeanine Kane Takes the Throne in 'King Elizabeth'

By Joe Siegel | Apr 18
Stage veteran Jeanine Kane stars as Queen Elizabeth I in the Gamm's production of "King Elizabeth."

Catholic Extremists Protest Atlanta Production of Gay Biblical Comedy

Catholic Extremists Protest Atlanta Production of Gay Biblical Comedy

Apr 18
A Pennsylvania-based extremist Catholic group that once tied tornadoes in Illinois to gay marriage is up in arms about a play performed by an LGBT theater company 700 miles away in Atlanta, which they deem to be blasphemous.

UK Actor Leaves Behind TV Version Of Acclaimed Stage Role

UK Actor Leaves Behind TV Version Of Acclaimed Stage Role

Apr 16
British actor Tim Pigott-Smith left behind a TV adaptation of one of his most acclaimed stage performances, the title role in "King Charles III."

'Groundhog Day' Show Will Go On, Star a Question Mark

'Groundhog Day' Show Will Go On, Star a Question Mark

Apr 16
Producers of the Broadway musical "Groundhog Day" said it will open as planned, but injured star Andy Karl's status was unclear.

 Review :: Barbecue
Boston, MA

Review :: Barbecue

By Robert Nesti | Apr 14
Robert O'Hara's "Barbecue" is an audacious and very pointed satire on American culture's need to make entertainment out of tragedy.

 Review :: RENT - 20th Anniversary Tour
Boston, MA

Review :: RENT - 20th Anniversary Tour

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 14
The 20th Anniversary Tour of "RENT" remains meticulously faithful to the musical, from the set to the direction, but that still leaves room for interpretation -- and the songs are everything you remember.

 Review :: The Who and the What
Boston, MA

Review :: The Who and the What

By Robert Nesti | Apr 12
"The Who and the What," the latest play by Ayad Akhtar, doesn't live up to the promise of his previous hit "Disgraced."

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