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Carson Kressley & Tom Filicia 'Get a Room' on New Bravo Home Design Show

Michael Buble Returns with 'Love' Album After 2-Year Break

By Steve Duffy |
Carson Kressley and Thom Filicia, two of the original "Queer Eye" cast, are back on Bravo with a new home design series, "Get a Room with Carson & Thom." EDGE s...

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Curtain Up: Where to Stay for Your Chicago Theater Getaway

Curtain Up: Where to Stay for Your Chicago Theater Getaway

By Matthew Wexler | Nov 14
Chicago has declared 2019 as The Year of Theater — all the more reason to head to the Windy City for a dramatic getaway with design-centric digs at these two Kimpton hotels.

Soundtrack of Bruce Springsteen's Broadway Show is Coming

Soundtrack of Bruce Springsteen's Broadway Show is Coming

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 2
Now you don't even have to go to Broadway to hear Bruce Springsteen's sold-out show.

 Review :: Graveyard Shift

Review :: Graveyard Shift

By Adam Brinklow | Oct 29
"Graveyard Shift" at SF Playhouse is a difficult show in every sense of the word, and if not forewarned it can do such a number on audiences that some may not bounce back until it's finished running.

 Review :: School Girls

Review :: School Girls

By Brooke Pierce | Oct 29
"School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play," at the MCC Theater and directed by Rebecca Taichman, delivers exactly what you would expect from the title. But this smart, funny, well-acted piece by Jocelyn Bioh also offers much more than teen snark.

 Review :: 'Rock of Ages' Tenth Anniversary Tour

Review :: 'Rock of Ages' Tenth Anniversary Tour

By Clinton Campbell | Oct 28
In the end, "Rock of Ages" is simply a no nonsense fun night out on the town. Grab a tallboy and settle in.

 Review :: Frankenstein

Review :: Frankenstein

By Clinton Campbell | Oct 28
David R. Gammons overly stylized, overly designed, and overly directed production only succeeds in removing any and all emotional connection to the story as well as any actual horror.

Broadway Musical 'Wicked' Turns 15 with a Party

Broadway Musical 'Wicked' Turns 15 with a Party

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 25
Fifteen years ago, one of the top films in the land was "Finding Nemo" and Shania Twain played the Super Bowl halftime show. 50 Cent's "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" was a hit album and a couple of witches-to-be took over Broadway.

 Review :: Dear Evan Hansen

Review :: Dear Evan Hansen

By Kevin Taft | Oct 22
You will find this decade's most earnest musical at LA's Ahmanson theatre this fall, and while that might seem like a back-handed compliment... well, it is.

 Review :: The Ferryman

Review :: The Ferryman

By Iris Fanger | Oct 22
Three hours plus is barely enough stage time to contain this period in the lives of the extended, unruly, Carney family, portrayed in exquisite, terrifying detail in Jez Butterworth's play, "The Ferryman," that's been transferred to New York from London.

Grim Reality Facing  LGBTQ Russians Explored in Provocative New Play 'Lured'

Grim Reality Facing LGBTQ Russians Explored in Provocative New Play 'Lured'

Oct 19
Playwright Frank J. Avella was alarmed with what was going on in Russia with LGBTQ citizens, so he wrote the play "Lured" about it. EDGE spoke to Avella about his provocative drama, on the eve of is New York premiere.

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