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Richard Madden Shrugs Off Bond Rumors at Cannes

Tilda Swinton Relishes Her Samurai Turn in 'Dead Don't Die'

Richard Madden donned a James Bond-esque white tuxedo at the Cannes Film Festival, but the actor shrugged off any 007 rumors.

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'Kinky Boots' to Star in Movie Theaters, Coming Full Circle

'Kinky Boots' to Star in Movie Theaters, Coming Full Circle

By Mark Kennedy | May 17
If anyone is kicking themselves that they missed seeing the musical "Kinky Boots," relax — it's coming to a movie screen nearby this summer.

'Beetlejuice' Stars Reveal the Backstage Secrets on Broadway

'Beetlejuice' Stars Reveal the Backstage Secrets on Broadway

By John Carucci | May 17
One recent afternoon at the Winter Garden Theatre, two stars of the irreverent musical "Beetlejuice" played tour guide and revealed a few backstage secrets — some grosser than others.

Get Immersive with 'The Little Mermaid' at the Hollywood Bowl (and Don't Get Wet)

Get Immersive with 'The Little Mermaid' at the Hollywood Bowl (and Don't Get Wet)

May 16
Everyone's favorite redhead is swimming back to the iconic Hollywood Bowl this weekend in an all-new Concert event: "The Little Mermaid: An Immersive Live-to-Film Concert Experience."

 Review :: Boston Lyric Opera Scores with 'The Handmaid's Tale' (in Basketball Arena)

Review :: Boston Lyric Opera Scores with 'The Handmaid's Tale' (in Basketball Arena)

By Ed Tapper | May 15
The operatic version of Margaret Lockwood's visionary 1985 novel "The Handmaid's Tale" was brilliantly brought to life by the Boston Lyric Opera in a production that took place in Harvard University basketball arena.

Hope and Love in Arab Spring :: Gil Perez-Abraham and Sharif Afifi on 'We Live in Cairo'

Hope and Love in Arab Spring :: Gil Perez-Abraham and Sharif Afifi on 'We Live in Cairo'

By Kilian Melloy | May 14
In the A.R.T.'s world premiere of a new musical, young Egyptians press for freedom - and see their revolution fail. But that doesn't mean the spark of hope will be extinguished.

 Review :: The Ebonic Woman

Review :: The Ebonic Woman

By Robert Nesti | May 9
In The Gold Dust Orphans' uproarious "The Ebonic Woman," Donald Trump gets his comeuppance as only Ryan Landry can imagine.

Bidding Adieu: PABallet's Ian Hussey Talks About Retirement

Bidding Adieu: PABallet's Ian Hussey Talks About Retirement

By Lewis Whittington | May 9
PABallet's Ian Hussey is at the height of his career, so he surprised many with the announcement of his retirement. He explains why in this interview on the eve of his final appearances with the company.

 Review :: Indecent
New York City, NY

Review :: Indecent

By Clinton Campbell | May 7
"Indecent" is a fully immersive, sensory experience. The imagery, the music, the language, the smell of the cigarettes.... will become etched in your mind and on your soul.

 Review :: Review: Santino Fontana Swings Both Ways in Broadway's 'Tootsie'

Review :: Review: Santino Fontana Swings Both Ways in Broadway's 'Tootsie'

By Matthew Wexler | May 7
Santino Fontana stars in the musical version of "Tootsie," based on the film about an actor who disguises himself as a woman to land a leading role.

 Review :: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Celebrates 60 Years with Fresh Flair

Review :: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Celebrates 60 Years with Fresh Flair

By Sue Katz | May 6
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater celebrates its 60th anniversary with fresh flair at Boston's Boch Center Wang Theatre this past weekend.

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