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The Go-Go's on Their Legacy and Advice for Other Rockers

Actor Gives Update About Possible Sequel to 'Call Me By Your Name'

By John Carucci |
Go-Go's guitarist Jane Wiedlin has five simple words of advice for female rock bands - "Write. Write. Write. Write. Write," she said.

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Union Opens Probe Into Veteran Broadway Actor's Suicide

Union Opens Probe Into Veteran Broadway Actor's Suicide

By Michael R. Sisak | Jul 17
A Broadway union is investigating a veteran actor's suicide, which happened about a week after his friends say he was subjected to a grueling, demoralizing rehearsal.

 Review :: Constellations
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Constellations

By Joe Siegel | Jul 16
"Constellations" may be confusing to those looking for a linear storyline but anyone who wants to be challenged on an intellectual level will find the experience satisfying.

 Review :: Cyrano
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Cyrano

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 16
Jason O'Conell and Brenda Withers refresh (thought they don't exactly reinvent) Edmond Rostand's classic 1897 play "Cyrano de Bergerac," creating a zippy, wry update with only five actors.

 Review :: The Taming

Review :: The Taming

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 16
Lauren Gunderson's political comedy "The Taming" skewers left and right with equal zeal, wrangling laughter from these polarized times and wrapping a ceaseless barrage of one-liners around suggestions for how to repair our democracy.

The Summer of Our Discontent? :: Talking 'Richard III' with Faran Tahir
Provincetown, MA

The Summer of Our Discontent? :: Talking 'Richard III' with Faran Tahir

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 13
EDGE chats with Faran Tahir, who returns to Boston to star in "Richard III." Tahir talks about the role, the state of the world then and now, and his too-brief sojourn into a visionary future.

 Review :: Disney's Aladdin
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Disney's Aladdin

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 12
Broadway in Boston brings the smash musical "Aladdin" to the Boston Opera House through August 5. It's a sizzling spectacle that will thrill everyone - even diehard fans of the original animated film.

Was Longtime 'Chicago' Actor Bullied Prior to Suicide?

Was Longtime 'Chicago' Actor Bullied Prior to Suicide?

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 11
Friends of an actor who was attached for two decades to Broadway's long-running production of "Chicago" say he was "bullied" a week before committing suicide.

 Review :: Yellow Bird in Space
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Yellow Bird in Space

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 6
These Thursday nights are billed as "adult" entertainment, but don't let that fool you. This is kid stuff in the most glorious sense - the kind you can share with your young 'uns, and that you never outgrow.

Renovated Museum Opens as Part of $380M Gateway Arch Project

Renovated Museum Opens as Part of $380M Gateway Arch Project

By Jim Salter | Jul 4
The revitalized Gateway Arch National Park was dedicated Tuesday, the culmination of a $380 million public-private partnership that Missouri political leaders see as a template for the future of the national park system.

 Review :: A Comedy of Tenors
Provincetown, MA

Review :: A Comedy of Tenors

By Joe Siegel | Jul 2
What makes this production of "A Comedy of Tenors" successful is not playwright Ken Ludwig's trite scenarios, but the fine performances and the crisp pacing by director Lee Rush.

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