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Pop Culturing: In Difficult Times, 'Queer Eye' Returns Not a Moment too Soon

Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss

By Jason St. Amand |
"Queer Eye" returns for its fifth season on Netflix Friday, solidifying itself as some of the best comfort-TV around.

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Diane Paulus Responds to Being Labeled 'Amy Cooper' by Black Collaborator. (Just Try and Find It on the American Repertory Theater Website)

Diane Paulus Responds to Being Labeled 'Amy Cooper' by Black Collaborator. (Just Try and Find It on the American Repertory Theater Website)

Jun 6
Earlier this week actor/writer/activist Griffin Matthews published a scathing video about the racism he experienced while producing a musical in Cambridge & NYC, aiming his comments at director Diane Paulus. Paulus responded yesterday.

Watch: 'Karens' are Alive and Well and Working on Broadway, According to Black Actor/Writer/Activist

Watch: 'Karens' are Alive and Well and Working on Broadway, According to Black Actor/Writer/Activist

Jun 5
Actor/writer/activist Griffin Matthews shares his experiences in putting together a new musical that played Cambridge and New York, and how he experienced interactions with what he calls "Karens" along the way.

Theater Master Classes for Youth Attract Broadway Talent

Theater Master Classes for Youth Attract Broadway Talent

By Mark Kennedy | Jun 3
Imagine being a young songwriter and getting tips from a creative team who really know how to construct a tune. After all, they wrote "Let It Go."

Provincetown Theater Reschedules 2020 Season to 2021; Virtual Programming Continues

Provincetown Theater Reschedules 2020 Season to 2021; Virtual Programming Continues

Jun 2
In adherence to Massachusetts government guidelines, the board of directors of the Provincetown Theater has made the decision to reschedule all 2020 productions to the 2021 season.

Stars to Come Out to Support NYC's The Public Theater

Stars to Come Out to Support NYC's The Public Theater

By Mark Kennedy | May 26
Jesse Tyler Ferguson is a star in his own right but even he has had to gulp at the wattage on tap for the upcoming benefit for New York City's fabled Public Theater.

Musical Based on NBC's 'Smash' Coming to Broadway

Musical Based on NBC's 'Smash' Coming to Broadway

May 21
The TV series "Smash," which only ran for two seasons on NBC but has nevertheless developed an intense fanbase, is getting a musical makeover and might be headed to Broadway.

Review: Virtual One-Man Show, 'The Present,' Gleefully Diabolical

Review: Virtual One-Man Show, 'The Present,' Gleefully Diabolical

By Kevin Taft | May 20
In this "gleefully diabolical" one-man show Helder Guimaraes whimsically discusses his own experiences growing up with a somewhat guarded grandfather as he navigated his desire to be a magician.

Watch: Elaine Paige Zooms In and Looks Back

Watch: Elaine Paige Zooms In and Looks Back

May 18
You can catch Elaine Paige in her iconic role as Grizabella in "Cats" this weekend on YouTube. EDGE spoke to the musical theater superstar about that role, Webber, Broadway and that movie version of "Cats."

Rhode Island May Be Re-opening, but Theaters to Wait Until Fall

Rhode Island May Be Re-opening, but Theaters to Wait Until Fall

By Joe Siegel | May 18
Theatergoers in the Ocean State will likely have to wait until the fall before they can see a live performance again.

Stopped Cold: 'Frozen' Musical on Broadway Not to Reopen

Stopped Cold: 'Frozen' Musical on Broadway Not to Reopen

By Mark Kennedy | May 15
The big budget musical "Frozen" will not reopen when Broadway theaters restart, marking the first time an established show has been felled by the coronavirus pandemic.

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