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Emmycast Shows Women Can Do it for Themselves, and Everyone

Emmycast Shows Women Can Do it for Themselves, and Everyone

By Frazier Moore |
The Emmy statuette depicts a winged woman. This year's Emmy telecast celebrated a TV season in which women, as never before, were able to soar.

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 Review :: Exit The King
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Exit The King

By Clinton Campbell | Sep 18
Actor's Shakespeare Project is starting the season with a rarely performed but extremely timely play, "Exit the King," by the Romanian-French absurdist Eugene Ionesco.

 Review :: Merrily We Roll Along
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Merrily We Roll Along

By Robert Nesti | Sep 16
"How did you get there from here?" sings an ensemble member to Franklin Shepard in the Stephen Sondheim musical "Merrily We Roll Along," but it is a question that applies to the musical itself, being given a triumphant revival at the Huntington.

Brandon Whitehead Gets 'Wilde' in Gamm's 'Earnest'
Provincetown, MA

Brandon Whitehead Gets 'Wilde' in Gamm's 'Earnest'

By Joe Siegel | Sep 14
Brandon Whitehead is starring as legendary playwright Oscar Wilde in "The Importance of Being Earnest, a Trivial Comedy for Serious People," opening September 14 at the Gamm Theatre.

 Review :: Men On Boats
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Men On Boats

By Clinton Campbell | Sep 12
SpeakEasy Stage is launching their 27th season with the gender bending adventure comedy, "Men On Boats" by Jaclyn Backhaus which chronicles John Wesley Powell's 1869 expedition to map the Grand Canyon.

 Review :: Reversible/7 Fingers
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Reversible/7 Fingers

By Kelly May | Sep 12
The 7 Fingers' "Reversible," performing at the ArtsEmerson's Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre from Sept 6 - 24, explores personal family histories through a combination of circus acts and modern dance.

Royal Shakespeare Company Founder Peter Hall Dies at 86

Royal Shakespeare Company Founder Peter Hall Dies at 86

By Jill Lawless | Sep 12
Peter Hall, a visionary theater director and impresario who founded the Royal Shakespeare Company and helped build Britain's National Theatre into a producing powerhouse, has died. He was 86.

Coolidge And Huntington Announce Stage & Screen Series: Four Events In 2017-2018
Provincetown, MA

Coolidge And Huntington Announce Stage & Screen Series: Four Events In 2017-2018

Sep 11
Stage & Screen -- a collaboration between Coolidge Corner Theatre and Huntington Theatre Company exploring the depictions of shared themes in Huntington productions and acclaimed films -- announces four upcoming film screenings and post-screening talks.

Watch: 'Mean Girls' Musical Releases Really Fetch Teaser Clip

Watch: 'Mean Girls' Musical Releases Really Fetch Teaser Clip

Sep 11
This clip is beyond fetch.

'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson' Composer, Lyricist Dies at 41

'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson' Composer, Lyricist Dies at 41

Sep 11
Michael Friedman, an Obie-winning composer and lyricist known for the musicals "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" and "Love's Labour's Lost," has died. He was 41.

Kellee Terrell's 'Gemma' Named Winner of 2017 LezPlay Competition

Kellee Terrell's 'Gemma' Named Winner of 2017 LezPlay Competition

Sep 8
Pride Films and Plays is delighted to announce Kellee Terrell's "Gemma" as the winner of its 2017 LezPlay Contest.

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