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Martin Short, Derek Hough Join Cast of 'Hairspray Live!'

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 28
Comedian Martin Short and dancer Derek Hough have leapt aboard the cast of NBC's "Hairspray Live!" on Dec. 7.

Lisa Kron Comes Back To The Theater Offensive, This Time To Party

By Robert Nesti | Apr 27
Recent Tony winner Lisa Kron returns to the Theater Offensive this week, not to perform, but to be honored along the theater troupe - The Five Lesbian Brothers - at the group's annual gala. EDGE spoke to Kron about her career & her TO connection.

Curtain Up: Martha's Vineyard Brings Out Broadway's Big Guns

By EDGE | Apr 27
Producer Mark Cortale is bringing his acclaimed Broadway concert series to Martha's Vineyard this summer.

Jazzin' It Up :: Rachel Bertone Talks 'The Wild Party'

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 26
The story behind "The Wild Party" is almost as colorful as the tale of sex, drugs, booze, and jealousy that the show itself tells. Director/choreographer Rachel Bertone gives her insights to EDGE!

Jennifer Hudson and Harvey Fierstein to Lead Cast of 'Hairspray Live'

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 25
Jennifer Hudson and Harvey Fierstein will headline the cast of NBC's "Hairspray Live!" on Dec. 7.

Review :: Legally Blind: The Helen Keller Musical

By Robert Nesti | Apr 25
The Gold Dust Orphans take on "Gypsy" with "Legally Blind: The Helen Keller Musical." Final score: "Gypsy" 1, Gold Dust Orphans 0.

Shakespeare's Dramatic Impact 400 Years Later

Apr 25
Saturday marked the 400th anniversary since Shakespeare's death.

Review :: Unsafe

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 24
Boston Public Works' production of the original play "Unsafe" bristles with devastation and sorrow. It's also a powerful evening of theater.

Review :: Alice in Wonderland

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 24
With their nocturnal, uneasy "Alice in Wonderland," imaginary beasts once again brought rare and compelling work to Boston's theater scene.

Royalty, Obama, Fans Mark 400 Years Since Shakespeare Died

Apr 23
If all the world's a stage, William Shakespeare is its architect.

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