Entertainment » Theatre

Woody Allen Doubts Being Ronan Farrow's Father
'Love, Simon's' Keiynan Lonsdale Shows His Go-Go Dancer Moves
Out Skating Superstar Adam Rippon Donates Costume to Smithsonian

Top Story

'Love, Simon's' Keiynan Lonsdale Shows His Go-Go Dancer Moves

Woody Allen Doubts Being Ronan Farrow's Father

Keiynan Lonsdale likes to keep his fans entertained. Check out his latest Instagram video to watch him dance.

1 thru 10 of 1999 Stories
Missed 'Brokelahomo!'? Gold Dust Orphans Show Returns to Boston Prior to NYC

Missed 'Brokelahomo!'? Gold Dust Orphans Show Returns to Boston Prior to NYC

Sep 19
Prior to a New York run, The Gold Dust Orphans bring "Brokelahomo!," their critically acclaimed musical Western, back to Boston for two nights only.

Huntington Theatre Brings Chita Rivera to Boston on October 13

Huntington Theatre Brings Chita Rivera to Boston on October 13

Sep 18
The Huntington presents Three-Time Tony Award winner Chita Rivera for an unscripted, one-night-only performance featuring host and music director Seth Rudetsky.

DeVos Play Not Meant as 'Cartoon or Lampoon,' Producer Says

DeVos Play Not Meant as 'Cartoon or Lampoon,' Producer Says

By Maria Danilova | Sep 18
Guns in schools to protect students from grizzly bears? Betsy DeVos endured yet another rocky confirmation hearing in the Senate to become education secretary - this time on a theater stage.

With 'An American in Paris' in Theaters This Week, Robert Fairchild Talks Musicals (And Gene Kelly)

With 'An American in Paris' in Theaters This Week, Robert Fairchild Talks Musicals (And Gene Kelly)

By Robert Nesti | Sep 17
Robert Fairchild's childhood dream was to star on Broadway & dance like Gene Kelly. With 'An American in Paris,' he dream came true. EDGE spoke to the ballet star about the musical that comes to movie theaters this week.

LGBTQ Highlights @ The New York International Fringe Festival

LGBTQ Highlights @ The New York International Fringe Festival

Sep 14
After a one-year hiatus to re-envision New York City's largest live performance festival, The New York International Fringe Festival returns for a 21st season beginning October 3, 2018.

Broadway and West End Star Marin Mazzie Dies

Broadway and West End Star Marin Mazzie Dies

By Mark Kennedy | Sep 14
Actress and soprano Marin Mazzie, a three-time Tony Award nominee known for powerhouse Broadway performances in "Ragtime," ''Passion" and "Kiss Me, Kate," has died following a three-year battle with ovarian cancer. She was 57.

Talking with Benjamin Rauhala: 'Broadway Princess Party's' Fairy Godfairy

Talking with Benjamin Rauhala: 'Broadway Princess Party's' Fairy Godfairy

By Steve Duffy | Sep 13
Brush off your tiara and unleash your inner princess with Broadway's original Cinderella, Belle & Jasmine with "Broadway Princess Party," the touring stage show. EDGE spoke with the show's creator & self-described 'Fairy Godfairy' Benjamin Rauhala.

 Review :: Straight White Men

Review :: Straight White Men

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 11
Playwright Young Jean Lee Lee sets out this work like cogent lines of argument, but in the spaces between bristle with poetry, laugher, and dancing.

 New Musical 'Midnight At The Never Get' Returns to Provincetown

New Musical 'Midnight At The Never Get' Returns to Provincetown

Aug 31
"Midnight At The Never Get," a hit new musical produced at the Provincetown Inn last summer, will return to P-Town at The Art House for a limited run from September 6 - 8.

Edmonton Fringe Highlights LGBTQ Voices

Edmonton Fringe Highlights LGBTQ Voices

By Matthew Wexler | Aug 31
Theatrical rumblings at this year's Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival prove that the queer narrative is shaking Alberta's sacred ground, declaring that Canadian theater artists are not afraid to tackle issues facing the LGBTQ community.

1 thru 10 of 1999 Stories