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Spike Lee Gives a Compelling Modern Makeover to 'She's Gotta Have It' for Netflix

Watch: 'Justice League' Gets Intense Gay Porn Parody

By Jason St. Amand |
Spike Lee turns his debut film "She's Gotta Have It" into a contemporary 10-episode series for Netflix, debuting on Thanksgiving, resulting in a compelling watch.

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 Review :: The Color Purple

Review :: The Color Purple

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 22
The empowerment of women is the focus -- forcefully so -- in the Menier Chocolate Factory's Tony Award-winning revival of the acclaimed stage musical.

Around the Corner and Across the Years :: Jennifer Ellis on 'She Loves Me'
Boston, MA

Around the Corner and Across the Years :: Jennifer Ellis on 'She Loves Me'

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 21
It was a pleasure to meet Jennifer Ellis and chat about the play and the many forms it's taken over the years, her co-stars, and what it is about the mysteries of love that make a story like this spring eternal.

 Review :: Dear Evan Hansen: Through The Window

Review :: Dear Evan Hansen: Through The Window

By Christopher Verleger | Nov 21
Treat yourself to everything there is to know about the 2017 Tony Winner for Best Musical in this irresistible behind-the-scenes guidebook.

 Review :: The 39 Steps
Boston, MA

Review :: The 39 Steps

By Clinton Campbell | Nov 21
Moonbox Productions is beginning their new season with the thriller farce "The 39 Steps." Written by Patrick Barlow, it is an adaptation of John Buchan's 1915 novel and the subsequent 1935 Alfred Hitchcock film.

 Review :: Tartuffe
Boston, MA

Review :: Tartuffe

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 18
How do you breathe new life and relevance into revered -- and potentially dusty -- classics? Peter Dubois show us how with this fast and fresh interpretation of Molière's brash and timeless play.

Inaugural Run AMOC! Festival Takes Over Harvard Square in December
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Inaugural Run AMOC! Festival Takes Over Harvard Square in December

Nov 16
American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) announces that it will present the inaugural Run AMOC! Festival, performed by the new American Modern Opera Company (AMOC) December 15 - 18, 2017.

Hillary's in the House; Clinton Visits Broadway's 'Dear Evan Hansen'

Hillary's in the House; Clinton Visits Broadway's 'Dear Evan Hansen'

Nov 16
On Wednesday night at Broadway blockbuster "Dear Evan Hansen," the applause started before the curtain. Hillary Clinton was in the house to check out the musical before Tony Award-winner Ben Platt takes his final bow in the title role on Saturday.

Tripping Up 'The 39 Steps' with Allison Olivia Choat
Boston, MA

Tripping Up 'The 39 Steps' with Allison Olivia Choat

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 14
Hitchcocks' "The 39 Steps" as a stage comedy? You'd better believe it! The task falls to Moonbox Productions, and director Allison Olivia Choat tells EDGE all about it.

Brightness Rising :: Kaitlyn Chantry on Kushner's Examination of How Fascists Dismantle Democracies
Boston, MA

Brightness Rising :: Kaitlyn Chantry on Kushner's Examination of How Fascists Dismantle Democracies

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 13
Tony Kushner's "A Bright Room Called Day" is getting a lot of love from Boston area theater this season, most recently from the Longwood Players, newly installed at Chelsea Theater Works. EDGE chats with their artistic director, Kaitlyn Chantry.

 Review :: State of Siege
Boston, MA

Review :: State of Siege

By Clinton Campbell | Nov 13
ArtsEmerson is continuing one of its most ambitious weeks ever (three concurrent and challenging shows) with a production of Albert Camus' rarely performed play from 1948 "The State of Siege (L'État de Siege)."

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