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Reality Check: 'Drag Race' Underwhelms in Season Seven

By Jason St. Amand | Apr 18
Checking in at the halfway point of the Season Seven of "RuPaul's Drag Race." And the temperature is luke-warm.

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Dykes to Watch Out For... When You're on Broadway

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 18
Alison Bechdel's autobiographical graphic novel "Fun Home" goes from the page to the stage.

Max von Essen: An American Plays French (and gay?) in Paris

By Frank J. Avella | Apr 17
This is a preview of an EDGE exclusive interview with Max von Essen, star of Broadway's "An American in Paris" that will run in its entirety in the May issue of EDGE's monthly digital magazine for iPad.

Theatre Review :: Three Sisters

By Christopher Verleger | Apr 17
Four orphaned Russian siblings dream of returning to better days in Chekhov's classic drama at Epic.

Theatre Review :: Guys & Dolls

By Christopher Verleger | Apr 17
Sparks fly when a sinful city gambler meets a woman on a soul-saving mission in this classic musical fable from The Community Players.

Gallim Dance: Making Waves

By Doug Rule | Apr 17
"It's like a 60-minute push-up with a lot of reward at the end," choreographer Andrea Miller says with a chuckle.

Sandra Bernhard Plays San Francisco's Regency Ballroom

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 17
On Friday, May 1, Sandra Bernhard will bring her new live show, "Sandra Bernhard is #blessed" at San Francisco's Regency Ballroom.

'Duck Dynasty' Family Debuts Musical in Las Vegas

Apr 17
There is no shortage of beards, camo, hunting and God alongside a bit of recent real-life scandal in "Duck Commander Musical."

Theatre Review :: Lewis Black

By Will Demers | Apr 16
Stand up comedian and TV regular on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart breezes into Providence with a funny, one night show.

Theatre Review :: Co-Creator

By Christopher Verleger | Apr 16
Daydream Theatre Company pays tribute to tormented artist Bill Finger, the unnamed inventor of the caped crusader, Batman.

'Come Back, Little Sheba' has been Extended to May 2

By EDGE | Apr 15
Due to popular demand, the Huntington Theatre Company has extended the run of its production of "Come Back, Little Sheba," by William Inge and directed by David Cromer (Our Town), to May 2.

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