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Talking with Broadway's Faith Prince: 'A Storyteller by Nature'

Larry King Seeks Divorce from Seventh Wife After 22 Years

By Steve Duffy |
Faith Prince returns to Ptown for a pair of concerts this Sunday & Monday with Seth Rudetsky. EDGE spoke to the Tony-winning Broadway star about her career, singing & the key to a ...

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 Review :: Sneak Peeks of Three Musicals in Development

Review :: Sneak Peeks of Three Musicals in Development

By Rob Lester | Aug 22
Three original musicals in development went public this summer. EDGE Rob Lester was on hand for these sneak peeks.

Talking with Broadway's Faith Prince: 'A Storyteller by Nature'

Talking with Broadway's Faith Prince: 'A Storyteller by Nature'

By Steve Duffy | Aug 21
Faith Prince returns to Ptown for a pair of concerts this Sunday & Monday with Seth Rudetsky. EDGE spoke to the Tony-winning Broadway star about her career, singing & the key to a happy show-biz marriage.

 Review :: Betty Buckley Rules in 'Hello, Dolly!'

Review :: Betty Buckley Rules in 'Hello, Dolly!'

By Robert Nesti | Aug 21
Perhaps someday an adventurous director will curate a different take on this classic (or at least cast Varla Jean Merman in the title role); but until then this flash from the past makes for an enjoyable evening of Broadway nostalgia.

Full Cast for NSMT's Alice Ripley-helmed 'Sunset Boulevard' Announced

Full Cast for NSMT's Alice Ripley-helmed 'Sunset Boulevard' Announced

Aug 20
North Shore Music Theatre (NSMT) announced complete casting for the upcoming production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's masterwork, "Sunset Boulevard", which stars the previously announced Alice Ripley as the fading Hollywood star, Norma Desmond.

 Review :: Star Power on Vew in 'Sea Wall/A Life'

Review :: Star Power on Vew in 'Sea Wall/A Life'

By Frank J. Avella | Aug 20
Tom Sturridge and Jake Gyllenhaal star in two one-acts that are both are loving, quiet works that require full audience attention.

 Review :: The Exes

Review :: The Exes

By Rob Urbinati | Aug 20
While humorous bits are scattered throughout "The Exes," along with a tender moment or two, this baffling comedy is more confounding than entertaining, and strains credulity throughout.

Broadway Producer Arrested on Child Porn Charges

Broadway Producer Arrested on Child Porn Charges

Aug 15
A Broadway producer whose first big-budget show was derailed by a con man's false financial promises was arrested Tuesday on child porn charges.

Acro-Artists Sabine van Rensburg and Brin Schoellkopf Talk 'Passengers' US Debut

Acro-Artists Sabine van Rensburg and Brin Schoellkopf Talk 'Passengers' US Debut

By Sam Cronin | Aug 13
"Passengers" is a contemporary circus performance that blends acrobatics, theatre, illusion, music and dance that is making its US debut in September in Boston. EDGE spoke with two acro-artists about the show, and working with The 7 Fingers collective.

 Review :: Native Son

Review :: Native Son

By Brooke Pierce | Aug 12
Stories about how systemic racism destroys lives often focus on promising, innocent young people who you can't help but to see as victims of an unjust system. But "Native Son" tells a tougher tale.

 Review :: Bat Out of Hell

Review :: Bat Out of Hell

By Frank J. Avella | Aug 12
A little more substance would have gone a long way here, instead, if you're intrepid enough, prepare for the long journey to hell.

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