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Kim Davis Watch Out! : Margaret Cho is Back, and she's 'Psycho'

By Douglas Baulf | Oct 7
Margaret Cho comes to Boston's Wilbur Theatre this weekend as part of her "Psycho" tour. EDGE spoke to the fiercely intelligent actress & stand-up icon about her politically-charged act.

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Great Gay Screenplay Contest Finalists and Semi-Finalists Announced

Oct 6
Five finalists and five semi-finalists have been named in PFP's Great Gay Screenplay Contest, an international contest for screenplays with LGBT characters and themes.

Gay Days Anaheim 2015 :: An Evening With Audra McDonald

Oct 6
What's better than a fabulous hors d'oeuvres reception? A fabulous concert with six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald immediately following it. We've got the pics.

Theatre Review :: Feathers and Teeth

By Louise Adams | Oct 6
The Goodman Theatre takes a chance on an unusual genre, the "thrilledy" "Feathers and Teeth," by Charise Castro Smith. Despite Halloween in the air, the experiment doesn't quite work.

Best Buds Onstage and Off: Talking with Jonathan Beyer and Brandon Cedel of BLO's 'La Bohème'

By Robert Nesti | Oct 5
In the current BLO "La Bohème" Jonathan Beyer & Brandon Cedel are amongst the titular characters of Puccini's most beloved opera. They are also a couple off-stage. EDGE spoke to the couple about being out in opera & appearing together in this production.

Theater Gossip Michael Riedel Writes A History of Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 5
When you read New York Post theater columnist Michael Riedel, there's no mistaking whom the writer is. He's snarky and skewering and gleeful. That makes his latest project all the more interesting.

Theatre Review :: Marvin's Room

By Diane Bushemi | Oct 5
Living and dying are two sides of the same coin in this dark comedy about family dysfunction.

Theatre Review :: Gem of the Ocean

By Louise Adams | Oct 5
The first chronological work in August Wilson's ten-play exploration of the African-American experience of each decade in the 20th century is "Gem of the Ocean," directed with exuberance and pathos by Ron OJ Parson.

Theatre Review :: The Cheats

By Colleen Cottet | Oct 4
Steep Theatre Company takes an intriguing look at marriage in the world premiere of Hamish Linklater's "The Cheats," which serves to open its fifteenth season.

Reliving the 'Lavender Scare' in 'Perfect Arrangement'

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 2
The new play "Perfect Arrangement" is set during the McCarthy era of the early 1950s when LGBTs were systematically persecuted by the US government. EDGE interviews playwright Topher Payne & cast members about the play at NYC's Primary Stages.

Tony-Winning Irish Playwright Brian Friel Dies at 86

By Shawn Pogatchnik | Oct 2
Brian Friel, the Tony Award-winning playwright who created "Dancing at Lughnasa" and more than 30 other plays, has died in Ireland at the age of 86.

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