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Recapping 'Versace': Episode 1 'The Man Who Would Be Vogue'

Timberlake Previews Album in Forest-Like Space, Bugs and All

By Jason St. Amand |
EDGE recaps the first episode of "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story," called "The Man Who Would Be Vogue."

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 Review :: Lost Girls
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Lost Girls

By Clinton Campbell | Jan 17
After last year's successful run of "The Little Dog Laughed", Take Your Pick Productions has returned for their sophomore show - John Pollono's "Lost Girls."

 Review :: Shakespeare in Love
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Shakespeare in Love

By Clinton Campbell | Jan 17
Director Scott Edmiston's production currently at Speakeasy Stage will certainly delight fans of the movie as well as anyone looking for a pleasant distraction. It is visually appealing, cheerful, and buoyant - everything you want in a romantic comedy.

 Review :: Road Show
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Road Show

By Robert Nesti | Jan 16
It has taken nearly a decade for "Road Show," the latest Stephen Sondheim musical, to reach Boston, and the reason is depressingly sad.

 Review :: Ada/Ava
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Ada/Ava

By Clinton Campbell | Jan 11
Puppetry, like poetry, allows for the abstraction of the feelings and experiences it represents, and in doing so gets closer to expressing the many layers of human emotion than many human performances. Anyone who doubts this need only see "Ada/Ava."

Boch Center Celebrates 'A Night With Janis Joplin'
Provincetown, MA

Boch Center Celebrates 'A Night With Janis Joplin'

Jan 11
The Boch Center is working with local archivist David Bieber to celebrate what would have been Janis Joplin's 75th birthday during its presentation of "A Night With Janis Joplin," January 19-20, 2018.

Playwright Robert O'Hara: the Man Behind the Provocative 'Mankind'

Playwright Robert O'Hara: the Man Behind the Provocative 'Mankind'

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 11
Out playwright/director Robert O'Hara is one of the most audacious and exciting talents working today. His latest, "Mankind," is currently at Playwrights Horizon. EDGE spoke to O'Hara about his provocative play.

 Review :: The Bodyguard
Provincetown, MA

Review :: The Bodyguard

By Will Demers | Jan 11
R&B Diva Deborah Cox returns to Providence in this musical based on Whitney Houston's film debut.

Brown Box Theatre Project Checks In to John Kuntz's 'Hotel Nepenthe'
Provincetown, MA

Brown Box Theatre Project Checks In to John Kuntz's 'Hotel Nepenthe'

Jan 11
With a versatile cast and director Alex Lonati at the helm, Brown Box Theatre Project is excited to bring this dark comedy to Boston audiences from March 2-11.

Catch 'The Menopausal Mermaid' at Club Café
Provincetown, MA

Catch 'The Menopausal Mermaid' at Club Café

Jan 10
'The Menopausal Mermaid' is a kaleidoscope of fantastic drag, sexy sailors, outrageous costumes, and all your favorite 80s disco tracks re-imagined and served up hot. It comes to Club Cafe this week.

Daggers Are Back with Drag Extravaganza, 'The Phantom of the Disco'
Provincetown, MA

Daggers Are Back with Drag Extravaganza, 'The Phantom of the Disco'

Jan 9
Heart and Daggers Productions (aka The Daggers) are back with their fourth installment of the Drag Musical Extravaganzas: "The Phantom of the Disco" at Club Café for eight performances throughout February and early March.

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