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Pastor Upset Over LGBT Super Heroes, Wants 'Rainbow Mafia to Leave Captain America Alone'

Feb 5
A pastor from Londonderry, New Hampshire, who is an editor at Clashdaily.com, recently wrote a column posted on arch conservative news outlet BarbWire, where he takes issue with the inclusion of LGBT characters in comic books.

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Class, Race, and the Muse :: Kirsten Greenidge on 'Baltimore' and 'Milk Like Sugar'

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 5
Kirsten Greenidge has deep roots in Boston theater -- and now she's got not one, but two plays going up on city stages, one of them as part of a rolling world premiere. The busy playwright found time to chat with EDGE.

Fred Sullivan's Busy Winter, On-stage and Off

By Joe Siegel | Feb 4
Actor/director Fred Sullivan talks about directing "Breaking Legs" at the Ocean State Theatre Company and his featured roles in two upcoming productions at Trinity Rep.

Gender-Bending, Sing-A-Long 'Drag Misérables' to Club Café

Feb 4
Heart & Dagger Productions brings "Drag Misérables" to Boston's Club Café on February 8-10. "Drag Misérables" is a Gender-Bending, Sing-A-Long Extravaganza performed by some of Boston's favorite fringe artists.

Choreographer Dan Safer on Making 'Ubu Sings Ubu' (With Help from Google)

By Robert Nesti | Feb 4
Can the little-seen 19th century satire "Ubu Roi" still shock today? The answer can be found with "Ubu Sings Ubu," a mash-up of punk/rock & absurdist theater. EDGE spoke to the production's co-adapter, director & choreographer Dan Safer about the project.

'An American in Paris' Tour Kicks Off in Boston

Feb 3
"An American In Paris," the most-awarded new musical of 2015, opens its national tour with a two-week engagement at the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre in Boston, October 25-November 6, 2016.

'Charles Busch's Cleopatra' to Receive World Premiere in NYC

Feb 3
Charles Busch will return to Theater for the New City this spring with his new comedy "Charles Busch's Cleopatra" for a limited premiere showcase engagement.

Theatre Review :: The Testament of Mary

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 2
This is not the historical Mary, though, and it's certainly not the Mary of Catholic dogma. It's an idea of Mary, and of motherhood, and possibly of the role of women in the long, bloody contests between factions of men.

Talk Show Host James Corden Will Host the Tony Awards

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 2
James Corden will be staying up late for real to host the Tony Awards.

Theatergoer Literally Faints After Russell Tovey Takes Off Shirt

Feb 2
"Looking" star Russell Tovey is so hot that a theatergoer literally passed out shortly after the out British actor took off his shirt during a Broadway show in New York City.

Theatre Review :: An Octoroon

By Clinton Campbell | Feb 1
Company One & ArtsEmerson continue Boston Theater's yearlong review of playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Obie award winning plays with the New England premiere of "An Octoroon." He is a playwright that garners much well-deserved discussion.

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