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Pop Culturing: HBO's Adaptation of 'My Brilliant Friend' is Intense, Rich & Painful

45 Years After Her Nomination, Cicely Tyson Gets Her Oscar

By Jason St. Amand |
HBO may have another hit on its hands thanks to its adaptation of the incredibly popular Neapolitan book series by Elena Ferrante, "My Brilliant Friend," debuting Sunday.

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Maurice Emmanuel Parent Draws Deep for 'Breath & Imagination'
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Maurice Emmanuel Parent Draws Deep for 'Breath & Imagination'

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 15
Maurice Emmanuel Parent has plenty on his plate these days, including his directorial debut: A biographical play with music about the great singer of classical work and spirituals, Roland Hayes, whose artistry shattered racial barriers a century ago.

 Review :: The Hypochondriac
Boston, MA

Review :: The Hypochondriac

By Joe Siegel | Nov 15
Moliere's "The Hypochondriac" (also known as "The Imaginary Invalid") has all the ingredients for a classic farce, but never quite lives up to its potential.

 Review :: A Christmas Carol
Boston, MA

Review :: A Christmas Carol

By Will Demers | Nov 14
Trinity Repertory Company rolls out another version of the oft-told tale, and gives us a much younger Scrooge, with mixed results.

Curtain Up: Where to Stay for Your Chicago Theater Getaway

Curtain Up: Where to Stay for Your Chicago Theater Getaway

By Matthew Wexler | Nov 14
Chicago has declared 2019 as The Year of Theater — all the more reason to head to the Windy City for a dramatic getaway with design-centric digs at these two Kimpton hotels.

 Review :: Peter and the Starcatcher
Boston, MA

Review :: Peter and the Starcatcher

By Clinton Campbell | Nov 13
If you haven't visited Neverland in a while, shoot for the second star to the right and straight on till morning — or just head to First Church in Boston.

 Review :: WET: A DACAmented Journey
Boston, MA

Review :: WET: A DACAmented Journey

By Clinton Campbell | Nov 13
"WET: A DACAmented Journey" is a riveting and entirely engrossing 90 minutes that you will not soon forget.

 Review :: The Play That Goes Wrong
Boston, MA

Review :: The Play That Goes Wrong

By Robert Nesti | Nov 13
How could something so wrong be so right?

 Review :: Ditko
Boston, MA

Review :: Ditko

By Joe Siegel | Nov 9
Daydream Theater Company's "Ditko" pays tribute to the unsung heroes of the comic book world — the illustrators.

 Review :: Potted Potter- The Unauthorized Harry Experience
Boston, MA

Review :: Potted Potter- The Unauthorized Harry Experience

By Clinton Campbell | Nov 8
Harry Potter fans of all ages should not hesitate to check out the delightfully silly, "Potted Potter — The Unauthorized Harry Experience — a Parody by Dan and Jeff" currently playing at the Emerson Majestic.

Amy Jo Jackson Talks 'Fun Home,' Upcoming Solo Show
Boston, MA

Amy Jo Jackson Talks 'Fun Home,' Upcoming Solo Show

Nov 8
Amy Jo Jackson, currently part of the ensemble of SpeakEasy Stage's acclaimed production of "Fun Home," makes her Boston cabaret debut on Monday at Boston's Club Cafe. EDGE spoke to the talented Ms. Jackson about both shows.

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