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TLC Nixes '19 Kids and Counting' From Schedule After Duggar Admits to Molestation Claims

By EDGE | May 23
Network officials from TLC have pulled "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule after the reality show's star Josh Duggar admitted that he molested several underage girls, including his sisters, 12 years ago.

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Wesley Taylor is One Erotic Emcee

By Brian Scott Lipton | May 23
B'way audiences have seen the nice-guy side of Wesley Taylor "Rock of Ages" and "The Addams Family," while television audiences have seen more varied sides of his persona as Megan Hilty's slightly bitchy pal Bobby on "Smash."

Patty McCormack Goes From 'Bad' to 'Miserable'

By EDGE | May 22
Patty McCormack ("The Bad Seed," "Frost-Nixon") has joined the cast of the new stage comedy "Miserable with an Ocean View" written and produced by Howard Skora, directed by Jim Fall, opening Saturday, June 6 at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks.

(Drag) Queens Wild

By David-Elijah Nahmod | May 22
Join RuPaul sidekick Michelle Visage and a collection of impeccably dressed if raucously funny drag superstars for a night of wild and wacky comedy at the venerable Castro Theatre.

'Fun Home' Composers Tesori and Kron Can Make Tony History

By John Carucci | May 20
When it comes to breaking new ground in the theater, the axiom, "Chance favors the prepared mind" sometimes works out nicely. Just ask "Fun Home" composers Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron.

The Off Broadway Alliance Announces the 2015 Award Winners

By EDGE | May 19
The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents and marketing professionals, today announced the winners of the 5th Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards.

Taye Diggs to Get in Touch With His Feminine Side on Stage

May 19
Taye Diggs is about to get a little freaky onstage - as the next transsexual singer Hedwig.

Theatre Review :: Mount Misery

By Adam Brinklow | May 18
A teenage Frederick Douglass somehow comes face to face with Donald Rumsfeld, who bought the former plantation house that had been "home" to abolitionist writer Frederick Douglass while still a slave.

Theatre Review :: One Man, Two Guvnors

By Elaine Beale | May 18
Richard Bean's Tony-nominated hit is a hilarious romp of a play that will keep you chortling throughout and rolling in the aisles during its funniest scenes.

Kathy Griffin & Charles Busch Added to Crown's Lineup

By EDGE | May 18
Two additional superstar headliners for the 2015 "Broadway Series" in Provincetown, MA this summer at The Crown & Anchor's Paramount Theatre and Town Hall Auditorium, Kathy Griffin August 23 and Charles Busch August 31 and September 1.

Max von Essen: An American Plays French (and Gay?) in Paris on B'way

By Frank J. Avella | May 17
Learning to sight-read and practicing piano to Gershwin tunes as a child led Max von Essen to an exceptional featured role in the long-awaited Broadway stage production of the iconic MGM classic film "An American in Paris."

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