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'London Spy' is a Slow-Burning, But Thrilling Gay Drama

By Jason St. Amand | Feb 6
"London Spy" is a progressive and thoroughly entertaining drama that's never afraid of its gayness.

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Hot Choreography at the Ballet

By Paul Parish | Feb 6
San Francisco Ballet opened its winter season last week with two programs of mixed bills, each of which featured a world premiere by a hot choreographer.

Fred Sullivan's Busy Winter, On-stage and Off

By Joe Siegel | Feb 4
Actor/director Fred Sullivan talks about directing "Breaking Legs" at the Ocean State Theatre Company and his featured roles in two upcoming productions at Trinity Rep.

Gender-Bending, Sing-A-Long 'Drag Misérables' to Club Café

Feb 4
Heart & Dagger Productions brings "Drag Misérables" to Boston's Club Café on February 8-10. "Drag Misérables" is a Gender-Bending, Sing-A-Long Extravaganza performed by some of Boston's favorite fringe artists.

Choreographer Dan Safer on Making 'Ubu Sings Ubu' (With Help from Google)

By Robert Nesti | Feb 4
Can the little-seen 19th century satire "Ubu Roi" still shock today? The answer can be found with "Ubu Sings Ubu," a mash-up of punk/rock & absurdist theater. EDGE spoke to the production's co-adapter, director & choreographer Dan Safer about the project.

'An American in Paris' Tour Kicks Off in Boston

Feb 3
"An American In Paris," the most-awarded new musical of 2015, opens its national tour with a two-week engagement at the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre in Boston, October 25-November 6, 2016.

'Charles Busch's Cleopatra' to Receive World Premiere in NYC

Feb 3
Charles Busch will return to Theater for the New City this spring with his new comedy "Charles Busch's Cleopatra" for a limited premiere showcase engagement.

Talk Show Host James Corden Will Host the Tony Awards

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 2
James Corden will be staying up late for real to host the Tony Awards.

Theatergoer Literally Faints After Russell Tovey Takes Off Shirt

Feb 2
"Looking" star Russell Tovey is so hot that a theatergoer literally passed out shortly after the out British actor took off his shirt during a Broadway show in New York City.

Theatre Review :: An Octoroon

By Clinton Campbell | Feb 1
Company One & ArtsEmerson continue Boston Theater's yearlong review of playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Obie award winning plays with the New England premiere of "An Octoroon." He is a playwright that garners much well-deserved discussion.

Review: Fox Shows It Can Do Musicals With Ambitious 'Grease'

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 1
The chills were indeed multiplyin' during the "Grease: Live" telecast on Sunday, a show that survived early rain, some tricky costume changes, a mortifying loss of audio and a cast member's heartbreak.

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