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Arena Stage Hosts Free Programming for Lillian Hellman Festival

By EDGE | Jan 24
Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater continues the company's season-long Lillian Hellman Festival January 25-February 5 to celebrate the iconic playwright, author and political activist.

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Review :: Dorrance Dance In Concert

By Sue Katz | Jan 23
Michelle Dorrance and her tap dance company, presented by World Music/CRASHarts at the Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre January 13-15, have been pleasuring the stage with their feet since 2011.

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Review :: ODC/Dance / Institute of Contemporary Art

By Kelly May | Jan 23
ODC/Dance performed at the Institute of Contemporary Art on Friday, January 20th. The San Francisco contemporary dance performance was a part of the World Music/CRASHarts series that presents traditional and contemporary performing arts.

Queens We Love :: Shantell D' Marco, 2016 Miss Florida F.I.

By Scott Holland | Jan 21
I will never forget the very first time I saw Shantell D'Marco in a pageant. Needless to say, the crowd went crazy and she gave us that beautiful smile she has become famous for.

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Review :: Our Secrets

By Clinton Campbell | Jan 20
In a tumultuous political week, the Hungarian drama "Our Secret" hits a resonant note.

Annual Gender-Bending Concert 'Broadway Backwards' Returns on March 13

Jan 18
It's a show where gender doesn't matter, but love does.

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Review :: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 17
There's nothing dry about this production, and that's due to more than the way the foursome make frequent trips to the bar to refresh their cocktails. The cast is terrific, and Albee's play remains darkly resonant.

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Olivia D'Ambrosio Offers an 'Intimate' Look at the Narrative Complexities of A Multi-Path Play

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 16
Olivia D'Ambrosio chats with EDGE about Alan Ayckbourn's thrillingly complex play -- a theater work that starts with one tiny key decision, then morphs and evolves into multiple possible pathways of cause and consequence.

Broadway's Biggest Stars to Sing on Inauguration Day, in NYC

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 14
Some of Broadway's biggest stars will be spending Inauguration Day at a concert in New York City that raises money for human rights organizations.

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Review :: A Doll's House

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 13
The Huntington Theatre Company's production of the Henrik Ibsen classic is meticulously judged -- and unflinching.

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