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Rare Screenings of 'One from the Heart' at Boston's MFA this Month

Enter Orbitz's 'Call Me By Your Name' Sweepstakes and Win a Trip to Italy

Long before "La La Land," there was "One from the Heart," Francis Ford Coppola's 1982 musical that was one of Hollywood's greatest disasters when it w...

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Clinton Campbell's Top Ten for Boston Theater 2017
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Clinton Campbell's Top Ten for Boston Theater 2017

By Clinton Campbell | Dec 15
EDGE critic Clinton Campbell offers his choices for the best theater in Boston over the past year.

 Review :: Bedlam's Sense & Sensibility
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Review :: Bedlam's Sense & Sensibility

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 14
This is hardly your great-grandmother's Austen, by then this is Bedlam at work: Creating theater that throws the elements of stagecraft into the air and then plays around with how the pieces land.

Evidence, Choreographer Ron  K. Brown's Company, Tours with Mix of New and Old

Evidence, Choreographer Ron K. Brown's Company, Tours with Mix of New and Old

By Lewis Whittington | Dec 13
After a long absence, choreographer Ron K. Brown brings his dance company Evidence to Philadelphia with a wide-ranging dance concert in performances at NEXTMOVE Dance series at the Prince Theater.

 Review :: Once On This Island

Review :: Once On This Island

By Bobby McGuire | Dec 8
After an absence of over a quarter century, "Once On This Island," Lynn Ahrens and Steven Flaherty's calypso fairy tale is back on Broadway in a hyper-realistic reimagining that is a 90 minute theatrical thrill ride for the emotions.

 Review :: SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical

Review :: SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical

By Bobby McGuire | Dec 7
"SpongeBob SquarePants," Nickelodeon's perennial cartoon favorite of toddlers and stoners alike has arrived on Broadway in what could be the most unlikely idea for a brilliant musical since Sondheim set cannibalism to song.

 Review :: Whatever Happened to Baby Jesus?
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Review :: Whatever Happened to Baby Jesus?

By Robert Nesti | Dec 6
Leave it to Ryan Landry to come up with a sequel to "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?"

Broadway Producers Sue Over Casting Directors' Union Drive

Broadway Producers Sue Over Casting Directors' Union Drive

By Karen Matthews | Dec 6
Broadway producers filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against casting directors who are seeking to unionize and the Teamsters local that would represent them.

 Review :: We Hold These Truths
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Review :: We Hold These Truths

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 5
"We Hold These Truths" takes no prisoners. Its 100 minutes are replete with passion and outrage, but also solace and hope. In the end, this is a play that's intended not to berate, but to liberate.

 Review :: Acidental Death of An Anarchist
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Review :: Acidental Death of An Anarchist

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 4
Praxis makes Fo's stinging political critique hurt, first with rueful laughter and then with the growing horror that the only way through historical moments like this one is to survive them -- there are no shortcuts.

The 29th Annual Gypsy of the Year Raises Funds for BC/EFA

The 29th Annual Gypsy of the Year Raises Funds for BC/EFA

Dec 4
Broadway's brightest will celebrate six weeks of dedicated fundraising in a spectacular showcase of songs and skits when the Gypsy of the Year competition returns December 4 and 5 to the New Amsterdam Theatre.

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