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Actor Jason Statham Apologizes for Allegedly Using Gay Slurs on Set of Film in 2013

Travolta Dances His Way Through Cannes Again with 'Gotti'

Action star Jason Statham is apologizing Thursday for allegedly using gay slurs during a private conversation on the set of the 2015 film "Wild Card."

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Sofitel New York Offers $100K Tony Awards Package

Sofitel New York Offers $100K Tony Awards Package

May 20
As the big night quickly approaches, Sofitel New York, the Official Hotel Partner for the 72nd annual Tony Awards, invites guests and its Broadway neighbors to celebrate the people and stories that bring Broadway theater to life.

 Review :: Something Rotten!
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Something Rotten!

By Will Demers | May 17
Hilarious, a bit of "Producers" mixed with "Spamalot" and you've got a night of theatre where you can unplug and giggle along with everyone else.

Firsts and Finals: Guy Ben-Aharon on Premiering Joshua Sobol's 'The Last Act'
Provincetown, MA

Firsts and Finals: Guy Ben-Aharon on Premiering Joshua Sobol's 'The Last Act'

By Kilian Melloy | May 17
They say a prophet is not honored in his homeland. Sometimes that's also true for playwrights. Joshua Sobol is set to visit Boston once again, and as was true with his residency last year, Israeli Stage is premiering work that theaters in Israel won't.

 Review :: The Inside of His Severed Head
Provincetown, MA

Review :: The Inside of His Severed Head

By Joe Siegel | May 15
After seeing "The Inside of His Severed Head," I am not entirely convinced "Death of a Salesman" needed the musical treatment. Willy Loman & vampires are an odd combination, but you have to admire Schwartz for trying.

 Review :: Heritage Hill Naturals

Review :: Heritage Hill Naturals

By Kilian Melloy | May 15
We start as outsiders - amused, puzzled, a little concerned about where this all might be going - and end up shouldering the ambivalences and compromises that inform the lives of the play's insiders.

 Review :: Top Girls
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Top Girls

By Clinton Campbell | May 15
Award-winning director Liesl Tommy has created a visually lavish and quickly paced production that holds your attention even when it becomes difficult to follow the text. And the women of the ensemble all give outstanding performances.

We're Off to Talk 'The Wiz' - with Elle Borders and Brandon Green!
Provincetown, MA

We're Off to Talk 'The Wiz' - with Elle Borders and Brandon Green!

By Kilian Melloy | May 15
Married couple Elle Borders and Brandon G. Green share the stage for the Lyric Stage Company's production of "The Wiz." Here's what they have to say about bringing beloved characters to fresh new life.

 Review :: Trouble In Tahiti/Arias And Barcarolles. Boston Lyric Opera
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Trouble In Tahiti/Arias And Barcarolles. Boston Lyric Opera

By Ed Tapper | May 14
To close its current season, Boston Lyric Opera is celebrating the Bernstein centenary with a production of the rarely-staged, one-act opera, "Trouble in Tahiti."

Broadway Performance Canceled Due to Jim Parsons Injury

Broadway Performance Canceled Due to Jim Parsons Injury

May 13
An injury to actor Jim Parsons has forced the cancellation of a performance of the Broadway revival of "The Boys in the Band."

 Review :: still, now
Provincetown, MA

Review :: still, now

May 11
Deeply felt, existentially gripping, and yet curiously light and optimistic, this new play is a resonant poem about the things we hold onto when we're losing everything.

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