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Contenders for Song of the Summer 2018

Watch: Cher Recalls the First Time She Met Gay Men

By Jason St. Amand |
It's July and there are several tracks currently battling it out to be (unofficially) crowned Song of the Sumer 2018.

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PYTA in the House! :: Theater Offensive's Evelyn Francis Talks Queer Youth Theater's Boston Conference

PYTA in the House! :: Theater Offensive's Evelyn Francis Talks Queer Youth Theater's Boston Conference

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 20
Boston's Theater Offensive hosts the ninth Pride Youth Theater Alliance conference. EDGE hears about PYTA, and the stories LGBTQ youth need to tell nationwide, from TTO Director of Programs - and PYTA cofounder - Evelyn Francis.

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 :: 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.

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.

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 :: Skintight

Review :: Skintight

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 2
"Skintight" is worth seeing for some stellar performances.

Choreographer Gillian Lynne of 'Cats' Fame Dies at Age 92

Choreographer Gillian Lynne of 'Cats' Fame Dies at Age 92

By Gregory Katz | Jul 2
Choreographer Gillian Lynne, who worked closely for many years with composer Andrew Lloyd Webber on some of his most famous works, has died in London. She was 92.

Tina Fey Joins Broadway Stars for a Concert to Aid Migrants

Tina Fey Joins Broadway Stars for a Concert to Aid Migrants

By Mark Kennedy | Jul 1
Tina Fey is joining some of Broadway's biggest stars - including Audra McDonald, Idina Menzel and Chita Rivera - for a concert being livestreamed Saturday to benefit migrants on the Mexican border.

Take Cirque du Soleil Magic, Add Water and You Get 'Luzia'

Take Cirque du Soleil Magic, Add Water and You Get 'Luzia'

By Robert Nesti | Jun 28
"Luzia" is one of Cirque do Soleil most ambitious shows - a homage to Mexico that adds a rain curtain to its visual mix. Here's a preview of the show currently in Boston.

 Review :: The Humans
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Review :: The Humans

By Michelle Sandoval | Jun 27
Stephen Karam's award winning show, "The Humans," finds a home this summer at the Ahmanson Theatre. Coming to LA with the original Broadway cast, the phenomenal show offers us a bleak look into a troubled family during Thanksgiving.

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