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Ruhl, Stagecraft, and Wheels Within Wheels :: Celeste Oliva on 'Stage Kiss'

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 24
Boston theatergoers saw Celeste Oliva in the Lyric's acclaimed production of "Chinglish," and it's to the Lyric that Oliva now returns for the company's run of "Stage Kiss." Oliva chats about plays within plays and kisses on stage.

Greg Mariao on SpeakEasy's 'Prior to Broadway' Production of 'Significant Other'

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 9
Joshua Harmon's comedy about a single gay man facing the weddings, one after the next, of his female best friends is funny and poignant. Star Greg Maraio chats about finding one's soul mate, family connections and... well, Wonder Woman.

Undaunted by Hack, Rogen & Goldberg Throw A 'Sausage Party'

By Jake Coyle | Aug 12
In the crudely funny but not crudely animated R-rated comedy "Sausage Party," Rogen and Goldberg are again pushing the limits of today's risk-adverse Hollywood - and Sony is still backing them.

'Looking' Actor Frankie J. Alvarez Sad To See HBO Series End

Jul 31
On July 23 HBO premiered "Looking: The Movie," a feature-length finale to its short-lived comedy-drama about a close-knit group of 30-ish gay men in San Francisco. Eighteen episodes were produced over two seasons.

Old Friends, Sweet Treats :: Prolific Playwright, Zeitgeist Founder Re-Team for 'Cake-Walk'

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 26
Canadian playwright Colleen Curran's '80s-era play "Cake-Walk" remains a treat after thirty-some years -- and so does her friendship with Zeitgeist founder David J. Miller, who will be directing the play. EDGE hears all about it...

A Cartoon Series Brings Laughs to Raging Immigration Debate

By Frazier Moore | Jan 1
Let's get one thing straight: Donald Trump is not a consultant to "Bordertown."

Bisexuality is a Laughing Matter in New Film

By JW Arnold | Nov 7
"When it comes to politics or cultural identity or sexual identity, I needed people to understand that there are different shades of grey," explained actress, writer and executive producer Jezabel Montero.

Matthew McKelligon Slays in 'You're Killing Me'

By Tom Tietjen | Nov 7
"You're Killing Me" is this season's most talked-about slasher film. It takes a giant personality to stand out among such a talented cast, but newcomer Matthew McKellingon manages to shine like a mirror-polished knife.

Comedy in Dallas? Cho Enough!

By Jenny Block | May 5
Margaret Cho is heading to Dallas for shows at the Addison Improv May 8-10, and she shared her thoughts about women's bodies, LGBT rights and bullying.

Boston Hosts 7th Annual Women in Comedy Festival

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 22
Funny women and their fans head to Boston today for The 7th Annual Women in Comedy Festival, held from April 22-26 in various venues in Cambridge and Boston.

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