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The Inspector Talks: A Conversation with Actor Liam Brennan

The Inspector Talks: A Conversation with Actor Liam Brennan

By Robert Nesti | Mar 21
Scottish actor Liam Brennan has been playing the mysterious titular character in Stephen Daldry's radical rethinking of J.P. Priestley's 1945 drama "An Inspector Calls." EDGE spoke to the actor about the role and the play.

 Review :: Yoga Play

Review :: Yoga Play

By Adam Brinklow | Mar 20
"Yoga Play's" bigger questions about how we try to measure sincerity in material ways is the sort of thing art and media don't often examine closely, and it's hard to imagine another show that encapsulates capitalist absurdity so, well, authentically.

 Review :: Sea Wall / A Life

Review :: Sea Wall / A Life

By Brooke Pierce | Mar 18
"Sea Wall / A Life" make for a poignant, sometimes harrowing couple of hours in the theater. While these powerful plays are ultimately life-affirming, they have the courage to dwell in the heartache.

Mysterious Pooper Stalks 'Magic Mike' Callbacks

Mysterious Pooper Stalks 'Magic Mike' Callbacks

Mar 18
In a story that broke on the New York Post on Saturday, someone has deposited piles of feces at two audition spaces over the past two weeks.

 Review :: Too Cool for School? 'Be More Chill' Opens on Broadway

Review :: Too Cool for School? 'Be More Chill' Opens on Broadway

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 17
Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz's virally popular Gen Z musical finally arrives on Broadway. Does this latest teen musical make a lasting impression?

'Vatican Falls' — Play Set Against Catholic Abuse Scandal — Has Reading on March 19
New York City, NY

'Vatican Falls' — Play Set Against Catholic Abuse Scandal — Has Reading on March 19

Mar 15
"Vatican Falls," Frank J. Avella's epic play set against the backdrop of the Catholic sex abuse scandal, will have a reading presentation on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 7PM at Alchemical Studios, 104 W 14th St., (between 6th & 7th Avenues), NYC.

How Kelli O'Hara Honors Her Late Friend Onstage Every Night

How Kelli O'Hara Honors Her Late Friend Onstage Every Night

By John Carucci | Mar 15
Kelli O'Hara was devastated by the recent death of fellow Broadway veteran Marin Mazzie, so she decided to honor her friend quietly onstage as she performs one of Mazzie's old roles in the latest revival of "Kiss Me, Kate."

 Review :: Daddy

Review :: Daddy

By Rob Urbinati | Mar 14
"Daddy" is surprising, provoking and unique. This bold work raises a multitude of complex psychosexual questions, and answers none.

 Review :: Hurricane Diane
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Review :: Hurricane Diane

By Rob Urbinati | Mar 6
"Hurricane Diane," at New York Theatre Workshop in a co-production with WP Theatre, is a genuinely funny and surprisingly tender absurdist comedy.

 Review :: Change Comes Hard: 'Hurricane Diane' and 'The Cake'

Review :: Change Comes Hard: 'Hurricane Diane' and 'The Cake'

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 6
Two playwrights have positioned lesbian and female characters front and center, nudging queer storytelling's white cisgender male dominance out of the spotlight.

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