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Sia Gave Another Gay 'Survivor' Contestant a Bunch of Money

Morgan Freeman Apologizes in Wake of Harassment Accusations

Sia: Queen of giving out "Survivor" contestants who didn't win the show a bunch of money.

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 Review :: The Plague

Review :: The Plague

By Kilian Melloy | May 25
Tis new stage adaptation of the Camus novel is a fable about dread; a taxonomy of human psychology when confronted with the unspeakably not-ordinary, as it struggles to find or forge normalcy in deeply strange times.

Nancy Carroll Takes the Reins for Greater Boston Stage Company's 'Calendar Girls'
Provincetown, MA

Nancy Carroll Takes the Reins for Greater Boston Stage Company's 'Calendar Girls'

May 25
EDGE had the pleasure of chatting with Nancy Carroll about the success of this charming true story, and the rare pleasure of a theatrical work in which the guys are decidedly outnumbered by strong female characters.

 Review :: Jagged Little Pill
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Jagged Little Pill

By Kilian Melloy | May 25
Alanis Morissette's classic pop album from 1995 provides the title, and roughly half the songs, for the Diablo Cody-written musical "Jagged Little Pill," now in its world premiere run at the American Repertory Theatre.

American Repertory Theater Announces 2018-2019 Season

American Repertory Theater Announces 2018-2019 Season

May 24
Cambridge's American Repertory Theater announces its 2018-2019 season.

Talking with Paige Davis :: Making Magic with Mame

Talking with Paige Davis :: Making Magic with Mame

By Steve Duffy | May 24
Emmy-nominated host & best-selling author Paige Davis returns to her first love, the stage, in June at the North Shore Music Theatre in a new production of "Mame." EDGE spoke to Davis recently about playing the gay icon & what the character means for her.

 Review :: Pirates Of Penzance; Or The Slave Of Duty
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Pirates Of Penzance; Or The Slave Of Duty

By Will Demers | May 22
This imaginative production of "Pirates" is refreshing to say the least. It is something that has not been seen locally for some time and begs repeat viewing with friends or family. Come and get your tickets and play with the slaves of duty at Wilbury.

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.

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