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Buds Anthony Rapp & Telly Leung Bloom at Ptown Theater

By EDGE | Aug 10
The world premiere of "Buds of Broadway" debuts on August 14-15 for a two night only event at the Provincetown Theater featuring stars Anthony Rapp, from "If/Then" and "Rent" and Telly Leung, star of "Glee," "Godspell" and "Wicked."

The Provincetown Theater Debuts 'Broadway Concert Series'

By EDGE | Jul 31
The Provincetown Theater and producer Rich Aronstein debut the first "Broadway Concert Series" which started in July and continues through August with three more cabaret-style concerts featuring well-known Broadway and TV performers.

'Shiver' Explodes the Fairytale to Find Its Humanity

By EDGE | Jun 26
Project: Project's latest theme is the fairytale; so appropriately enough, they started with the Brothers Grimm. But the company turned away from the familiar and found an obscure little coming of age tale about a child unable to experience fear.

Company One Opens a Premiere of a GLADD Nominated Play

By EDGE | May 25
The same weekend as Boston's gay pride parade, Company One Theatre opens "Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them," a fabulous GLAAD nominated play by A. Rey Pamatmat.

'Albatross': New Rep Remounts an Ancient Rime

By EDGE | May 18
New Repertory Theatre announces a special limited engagement of The Poets' Theatre production of "Albatross," May 21-24.

Max von Essen: An American Plays French (and Gay?) in Paris on B'way

By Frank J. Avella | May 17
Learning to sight-read and practicing piano to Gershwin tunes as a child led Max von Essen to an exceptional featured role in the long-awaited Broadway stage production of the iconic MGM classic film "An American in Paris."

Chita Rivera Revisits Kander & Ebbs 'The Visit' One More Time

By Brian Scott Lipton | May 16
Perhaps there's no greater example of her tenacity than "The Visit," Chita Rivera's newest Broadway musical featuring a score by dear friends John Kander and the late Fred Ebb and a book by the great Terrence McNally.

Last Weekend to See 'Scenes from an Adultry'

By EDGE | May 15
It's the last weekend to see "Scenes from an Adultery" by Ronan Noone, April 25 through May 17 in the Charles Mosesian Theater at the Arsenal Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA.

German Dramatists Come to Boston for 'The Whole World'

By Michael Cox | May 4
In their new comedy "The Whole World," German dramatists Theresia Walser and Karl-Heinz Ott talk about marriage and a whole lot more. The latest incarnation of their script will be read with the playwrights in tow at the Goethe-Institut Boston.

Controversial Casting of 'JC Superstar's' Mary Magdaline Upsets Some

By Michael Cox | Apr 28
When it was first produced, "Jesus Christ Superstar" was condemned by Christians and Jews alike and was actually banned in some countries. Now Fiddlehead Theatre Company's controversial casting of Mary Magdalene as a man is upsetting a whole new sector.

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