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Review :: A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

By Robert Nesti | Oct 21
Mass murder has never been as much fun as it is in "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder," the delightful Tony-winning musical making an all-too-brief stay at the Shubert Theatre through Sunday.

Talking 'A Little White Music' with Jeffrey Roberson (aka Varla Jean Merman)

By Robert Nesti | Oct 19
Varla Jean Merman comes to Boston this week with "A Little White Music." EDGE spoke to Varla's alter-ego Jeffrey Roberson about this politically-tinged show.

The Filmmaker Behind the 'Hamilton' Documentary Reveals All

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 18
What was to become the Broadway phenomenon "Hamilton" was still raw and unshaped when documentary filmmaker Alex Horowitz turned on his camera three years ago.

Broadway Concert for Hillary Clinton Draws Huge Stars

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 18
Stars of Hollywood and Broadway - including Julia Roberts, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Hugh Jackman, Emily Blunt, Neil Patrick Harris and Helen Mirren - put on a splashy fundraiser for Hillary Clinton.

Liz Callaway to Perform at The Acting Company's Gala

By EDGE | Oct 17
On Monday, October 17, Liz Callaway, the Emmy Award-winning actress, singer and recording artist, will perform as part of The Acting Company's annual gala.

Lilly Awards for Broadway Cabaret Honors Work of Women Songwriters

By EDGE | Oct 17
On Monday, October 17, The Lilly Awards Foundation will present its fourth Broadway Cabaret: Broadway Stars Performing The Work Of Women Songwriters.

League of Pro Theatre Women Interviews Judith Light

By EDGE | Oct 17
On Monday, October 17, The League of Professional Theatre Women will present Judith Light as the next installation in their Oral History interview series.

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Mesma Belsaré on 'When January Feels Like Summer'

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 14
Mesma Belsaré is something of a Woman of All Trades: An acclaimed dancer and choreographer who's now taking on the role of a trans individual in the play "When January Fees Like Summer."

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Review :: Hamlet

By Clinton Campbell | Oct 13
Doug Lockwood's production at Actors' Shakespeare Project luckily avoids the urge to go high concept and instead provides a solid, straightforward, and traditional "Hamlet."

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Varla Jean Merman Brings 'A Little White Music' to Boston

Oct 12
Varla Jean Merman comes to Boston with "A Little White Music" on October 21 to 23 at Machine. If you missed it in Ptown, this is an opportunity to catch this hilarious show.

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