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Jonathan Van Ness Wants to Talk About his HIV Status

'Bachelor in Paradise' Sees Franchise's First Same-Sex Couple Engaged

When fans of "Queer Eye's" Jonathan Van Ness read his upcoming memoir "Over the Top," due out on September 24, they will likely be surprised by his frankne...

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 Review :: Blue Stockings

Review :: Blue Stockings

By Christine Malcom | Sep 20
For its 2019—2020 season, Promethean Theatre Ensemble (PTE) explores the status of women throughout history and within imagined societies, beginning with "Blue Stockings," the 2013 debut play from Jessica Swale.

Theater-Related Podcasts Find a Hub in New Digital Network

Theater-Related Podcasts Find a Hub in New Digital Network

By Mark Kennedy | Sep 20
Podcasts are exploding and the world of theater isn't immune. Now comes a digital hub that pulls together a lot of that theater talk — the Broadway Podcast Network.

 Review :: The Crucible
Boston, MA

Review :: The Crucible

By Clinton Campbell | Sep 19
It is rare that a production so fully embraces the ultimate collapse of Salem society as Tucker does here. It is a chilling reminder of what can happen when we let irrational fears guide us as a nation.

 Review :: Choir Boy
Boston, MA

Review :: Choir Boy

By Clinton Campbell | Sep 18
"Choir Boy" is a complex and compelling story of adolescence. It's a story of young men each trying to do their best in this world. It is also play that need to be seen — just like the frightened, young, gay, black man at its center.

 Review :: In Derren Brown's 'Secret,' It's Mind Over Matter

Review :: In Derren Brown's 'Secret,' It's Mind Over Matter

By Matthew Wexler | Sep 18
Master mentalist Derren Brown brings his finely polished act to Broadway, where he takes a closer look at the stories and beliefs that guide our lives.

 Review :: The Purists
Boston, MA

Review :: The Purists

By James Wilkinson | Sep 16
The Huntington Theatre Company's new production, "The Purists," wants you to feel the beat - to not only be aware of its rhythms, but to receive it deep in your gut and let it spreads to your limbs.

Tony-Winner and Women's Health Advocate Phyllis Newman Dies

Tony-Winner and Women's Health Advocate Phyllis Newman Dies

By Mark Kennedy | Sep 16
Phyllis Newman, a Tony Award-winning Broadway veteran who became the first woman to host "The Tonight Show" before turning her attention to fight for women's health, has died. She was 86.

Dan McCabe — Back at the Huntington, This Time as Playwright

Dan McCabe — Back at the Huntington, This Time as Playwright

By Robert Nesti | Sep 13
Dan McCabe appeared on the Huntington's Wimberly stage as an actor 7 years ago; this week he returns, but this time as a playwright with "The Purists" having its premiere. EDGE spoke with McCabe about his urban drama that has considerable buzz.

The Judy (Gold) and Varla (Jean Merman) Show Heads to Boston in October

The Judy (Gold) and Varla (Jean Merman) Show Heads to Boston in October

Sep 12
Emmy Award-winning comedian & writer Judy Gold shares the stage for the first time with Boston-area cabaret sensation & Norton Award winner Varla Jean Merman Saturday, October 19 at Boston's Calderwood Pavilion.

Daniel Alexander Jones :: Seeing (and Saying) Things As They Are with 'Jomama'
Boston, MA

Daniel Alexander Jones :: Seeing (and Saying) Things As They Are with 'Jomama'

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 12
Daniel Alexander Jones prepares to return to Boston for a cabaret experience in which Jomama will sing, tell stories, and lift the room.

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