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Tripping Up 'The 39 Steps' with Allison Olivia Choat

Tripping Up 'The 39 Steps' with Allison Olivia Choat

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 14
Hitchcocks' "The 39 Steps" as a stage comedy? You'd better believe it! The task falls to Moonbox Productions, and director Allison Olivia Choat tells EDGE all about it.

Brightness Rising :: Kaitlyn Chantry on Kushner's Examination of How Fascists Dismantle Democracies

Brightness Rising :: Kaitlyn Chantry on Kushner's Examination of How Fascists Dismantle Democracies

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 13
Tony Kushner's "A Bright Room Called Day" is getting a lot of love from Boston area theater this season, most recently from the Longwood Players, newly installed at Chelsea Theater Works. EDGE chats with their artistic director, Kaitlyn Chantry.

'Tartuffe' :: Matthew J. Harris on Molière's Play About Scammers and the Saps Who Love Them

'Tartuffe' :: Matthew J. Harris on Molière's Play About Scammers and the Saps Who Love Them

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 7
Stage and television actor Matthew J. Harris wowed audiences last season with his critically acclaimed and award-winning turn in "Topdog/Underdog" at the Huntington Theatre. Now he's back for Molière.

'Curious' Incidents ::  Eliott Purcell on the Teen  Detective in 'Night-Time'

'Curious' Incidents :: Eliott Purcell on the Teen Detective in 'Night-Time'

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 3
Curious about "Curious?" Meaning, SpeakEasy Stage Company's production of the international stage hit "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time?" EDGE chats with the star of the show, Eliott Purcell.

Longwood Opera to Perform Family Favorite Hansel & Gretel

Longwood Opera to Perform Family Favorite Hansel & Gretel

Oct 31
Needham's Longwood Opera ushers in its 31st season by presenting Hansel and Gretel, an opera fun for the whole family.

It's a Woman's World Now! :: Bryn Boice on ASP's All-Female 'Julius Caesar'

It's a Woman's World Now! :: Bryn Boice on ASP's All-Female 'Julius Caesar'

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 27
There's no time like the present to take a fresh look at Shakespeare's play about political ambition and its costs... and do it in an all-female version!

3/Fifths :: Examining America, Coming to Boston

3/Fifths :: Examining America, Coming to Boston

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 26
Sleeping Weazel Artistic Director Charlotte Meehan and playwright/performer James Scruggs chat with EDGE about a new show that will challenge, incite, and illuminate: "3/Fifths' Trapped in A Traveling Minstrel Show."

Finding Home Wherever You Are :: McKinley Belcher III on Ken Urban's New Play

Finding Home Wherever You Are :: McKinley Belcher III on Ken Urban's New Play

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 5
EDGE had the pleasure of chatting with McKinley Belcher III about Boston-based playwright Ken Urban's new work and attempted, with Belcher's help, to parse the structure and cast of "A Guide for the Homesick" in advance of the play's world premiere.

All This Jazz :: Diego Arciniegas on 'Lost Tempo'

All This Jazz :: Diego Arciniegas on 'Lost Tempo'

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 3
EDGE caught up with Diego Arciniegas to see what he's been up to since our last interview, and see what secrets we could coax from him about the upcoming world premiere of Cliff Odle's "Lost Tempo."

Broadway Actor Share His Bi Coming-of-Age Experience

Broadway Actor Share His Bi Coming-of-Age Experience

By Colton Wooten | Sep 24
On the eve of Sept. 23's bisexual visibility day, Broadway actor Andy Mientus shared his thoughts on living openly as a bisexual man via Instagram.

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