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Watch: Man with Cerebral Palsy Shares Inspiring Vid: 'I'm Gay, Disabled & Sexy as F*ck'

Watch: Man with Cerebral Palsy Shares Inspiring Vid: 'I'm Gay, Disabled & Sexy as F*ck'

A gay man's YouTube video is going viral this week for his inspiring message about "the complex relationship between gay men and body image."

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Director Terrence J. Nolen Finds the Enduring Greatness of 'Gypsy'
New York City, NY

Director Terrence J. Nolen Finds the Enduring Greatness of 'Gypsy'

By Lewis Whittington | May 26
When Arden Theater artistic director Terrence J. Nolen chose to direct "Gypsy" with Philly's Mary Martello, he realized he needed to put together a great production. EDGE spoke to him about the classic musical.

Panic! At the Disco's Brendon Urie on 'Exciting' B'way Bow

Panic! At the Disco's Brendon Urie on 'Exciting' B'way Bow

By John Carucci | May 26
As Brendon Urie readies to make his Broadway debut Friday night in "Kinky Boots," the Panic! At the Disco frontman expressed condolences to the victims of the deadly attack at a concert in England, vowing never to give in to terror.

On Broadway: Bette Midler

On Broadway: Bette Midler

May 26
"CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King sits down with Tony-nominated actress Bette Midler, a true Broadway Baby who's returned to the Great White Way in a revival of the musical "Hello, Dolly!"

 Review :: Arrabal

Review :: Arrabal

By Robert Nesti | May 25
Not since "Natasha and Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" played the same theater a year-and-a-half ago has a show come together with as much panache as this one. The spectacle and searing drama of "Arrabal" make for gorgeous, thought-provoking theater.

Choreographer Sam Pinkleton: Making 'The Great Comet' Dance Without a Stage

Choreographer Sam Pinkleton: Making 'The Great Comet' Dance Without a Stage

By Robert Nesti | May 25
Choreographer Sam Pinkleton faced an unusual problem in staging the movement for "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," but he's something of an unusual choreographer. Read how he made this hit musical dance.

Special Mother's Day Performance of 'Beyond the Etchings' Benefits Women in Military Service for America Memorial
New York City, NY

Special Mother's Day Performance of 'Beyond the Etchings' Benefits Women in Military Service for America Memorial

May 24
FRIGID New York @ Horse Trade in association with Infinite Variety Productions will present a special Memorial Day performance of "Beyond the Etchings," directed by Jessica Schechter, on Monday, May 29 at The Kraine Theater

Euan Morton Talks Hedwig: 'What an Ugly Woman I Am!'

Euan Morton Talks Hedwig: 'What an Ugly Woman I Am!'

By Steve Duffy | May 23
British actor Euan Morton comes to Boston as Hedwig, the titular character in the Tony-winning, glamrock musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." EDGE spoke with Morton about starring in the role of the embittered rocker with an amazing story to tell.

 Review :: Building the Wall
New York City, NY

Review :: Building the Wall

By Brooke Pierce | May 23
Playwright Robert Schenkkan's "Building the Wall" looks at another historic moment in time, one that he imagines could occur in the very near future if we continue on our present course.

Curtain Falls on 'Greatest Show On Earth' after 146 Years

Curtain Falls on 'Greatest Show On Earth' after 146 Years

By Tamara Lush | May 21
The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus that has wowed crowds for 146 years with its "Greatest Show on Earth" is taking its final bow on Sunday.

On Broadway: 'War Paint'

On Broadway: 'War Paint'

May 20
"War Paint," the new Broadway musical about cosmetic icons Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein, earned four Tony nominations, including for its stars, Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone.

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