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Watch: Ian McKellen Gets Emotional Reading Coming Out Letter

Feb 9
British actor Ian McKellen got emotional reading a coming out letter from Michael Tolliver, the fictional character from Armistead Maupin's novel series "Tales of the City," during a recent series from "Letters Live."

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New Adaptation of 'To Kill a Mockingbird' Heads to Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 10
Harper Lee's classic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" - and its now-somewhat sullied hero Atticus Finch - are heading to Broadway in a new adaptation written by Aaron Sorkin.

Stage Version of 'Frozen' to be Directed by Broadway Veteran

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 9
Disney has tapped one of Broadway's freshest talents to direct one of its most anticipated musicals, "Frozen."

Theatre Review :: Milk Like Sugar

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 9
"Milk Like Sugar" is a 90-minute blaze that gains heat and ferocity as the play continues. There is no intermission to interrupt its momentum, and the production demonstrates excellence in every facet.

Theatre Review :: The Convert

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 9
One can sense the playwright's skepticism: Other than clothing and customs, Danai Gurira seems to be saying, different tribes of humans are identical in the wrongs they perpetrate.

To Relieve Stress, Ted Cruz Sings Show Tunes

Feb 8
GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz apparently really loves Broadway. So much so that his wife, Heidi Cruz, said last week that her husband calls her up to sing show tunes as a way to cope with stress.

'Searching for Signal ' - New Show Exploring Virtual & Real Identities - @ Oberon This Month

Feb 6
Searching for Signal: A New Show From the Creators of Cambridge, Mass. (January 11, 2016) - ToUch Performance Art (touchperformanceart.com) opens their new show, Searching for Signal, this February.

Hot Choreography at the Ballet

By Paul Parish | Feb 6
San Francisco Ballet opened its winter season last week with two programs of mixed bills, each of which featured a world premiere by a hot choreographer.

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.

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