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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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Talking 'Trans Scripts' with Playwright Paul Lucas

By Robert Nesti | Jan 13
Playwright Paul Lucas has spent the past six years developing his play "Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women." EDGE spoke to Lucas about his ambitious project that comes to the ART on January 19.

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Facing the Fear :: Steven Barkhimer and Dan Whelton on 'Virginia Woolf'

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 13
EDGE catches up with Steven Barkhimer and Dan Whelton of their take on the men, morays, and madness of the Lyric Stage Company's production of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

Watch: Randy Rainbow goes 'Into the Woods' with Latest Trump-Slam Video

Jan 11
Randy Rainbow has unleashed his inner witch with "Tweets, Tweets, and nothing but Tweets."

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Review :: Hand to God

By Clinton Campbell | Jan 11
If you have a slightly twisted sense of humor, you will find "Hand to God" a total delight.

PopUps: Oops! Bette Midler's Name Misspelled on 'Hello, Dolly!' Broadway Marquee

Jan 10
That's what we call a "diva diss!"

Cynthia Erivo on How 'The Color Purple' Musical Changed Her Life

Jan 9
Broadway fans know British actress and singer Cynthia Erivo for her starring role in "The Color Purple: The Musical."

'The Color Purple' Takes Final Bow, But Hillary Steals the Show

Jan 9
This is how Broadway audiences treat real politicians who come to the theater.

Jay Armstrong Johnson Talks of 'Candide' - A 'Dream Come True'

By Robert Nesti | Jan 6
Rising star Jay Armstrong Johnson takes one of the most challenging musical theater roles this weekend in the new NY City Opera production of Leonard Bernstein's "Candide." EDGE spoke to Johnson about playing his dream role.

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