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 Review :: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Review :: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Robert Nesti | Jan 13
The Oompa-Loompas steal the show in this big, slick and uneven musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's short story.

Hamilton's Star Reprising Role in Puerto Rico to Raise Funds

Hamilton's Star Reprising Role in Puerto Rico to Raise Funds

By Danica Coto | Jan 12
Lin-Manuel Miranda reprised his lead role in the hit musical "Hamilton" on Friday night to start a two-week run in Puerto Rico expected to raise thousands of dollars for artists and cultural groups struggling in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

 Review :: Black Odyssey
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Black Odyssey

By Will Demers | Jan 11
If you see one show this year, let it be "Black Odyssey." Because you'll see yourself in its characters, your life in its journey, and your family in its message.

Sofitel New York Reveals 'Waitress' Suite

Sofitel New York Reveals 'Waitress' Suite

Jan 10
Sofitel New York, the official hotel of the Tony Awards, has revealed the second in its Broadway-themed suite series.

 Review :: Small Mouth Sounds
Provincetown, MA

Review :: Small Mouth Sounds

By Clinton Campbell | Jan 8
On paper, a play about a silent spiritual retreat does not seem like the making of riveting theater. However, Bess Wohl's play "Small Mouth Sounds" proves just how incorrect that assumption is.

Broadway Actors' Union Strikes Over Developmental Labs

Broadway Actors' Union Strikes Over Developmental Labs

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 7
The labor union representing theatrical performers is demanding that its members no longer participate in any developmental stage work with commercial producers, putting Broadway's pipeline of new musicals and plays under threat.

Opera Based on Sarah Kane's Last Play Gets U.S. Premiere

Opera Based on Sarah Kane's Last Play Gets U.S. Premiere

By Mike Silverman | Jan 5
Depression, rage, suicide: These are the dark ingredients of the last play written by Sarah Kane before she killed herself at age 28. Now an operatic version, as dazzling as it is disturbing, is having its U.S. premiere.

A Pack of Their Own :: A. Nora Long on 'The Wolves'
Provincetown, MA

A Pack of Their Own :: A. Nora Long on 'The Wolves'

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 4
Acclaimed Boston stage director A. Nora Long chats with EDGE about a run of female-driven plays, a "once in a generation" work of theater, and the joys of directing "The Wolves."

'The Notebook' is Being Turned into a Broadway Musical

'The Notebook' is Being Turned into a Broadway Musical

Jan 4
The 2004 romantic drama "The Notebook," starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams, is being turned into a Broadway musical.

'Spamilton: An American Parody' Heads to Boston in February
Provincetown, MA

'Spamilton: An American Parody' Heads to Boston in February

Jan 3
Huntington Theatre Company will present the North American tour of the acclaimed musical comedy, "Spamilton: An American Parody" from February 12 through March 10, 2019 at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.

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