The New York City Ballet season jumps off with a performance by Jerome Robbins and composer Morton Gould.
After a long winter of work and planning, Katy Rubin believes the time is right for an event which challenges artists, audiences and policy makers to use a fleeting medium as a springboard for improving the long-term trajectory of LGBT youth.
Chita Rivera comes to Boston on Monday to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Boston Theater Critics Association. EDGE spoke to the Broadway legend about her ties to the city where she often visited with shows.
The Broadway musical "Kinky Boots" - with a musical score by Cyndi Lauper - has earned a leading 13 Tony Award nominations.
Christina Crawford endured a childhood both glamorous and frightening. She wrote about her experiences in "Mommie Dearest," her book about growing up the adoptive daughter of Joan Crawford. Now she’s coming to NYC with a show about her experiences.
Matthew Lombardo heard of an incident involving Tallulah Bankhead towards the end of her career and turned it into "Looped," a comedy about celebrity & addiction. EDGE spoke to Lombardo about the play.
Adapted from Russian author Leo Tolstoy’s greatest novel "War and Peace," the play finds love somewhere in between.
Set in the town of Spartanburg, S.C., this new play by Abby Rosebrock shows how the lives of four people become entangled through a couple of sexy circumstances.