Entertainment » Theatre

Top Story

Director Robin Campillo on his 'Eastern Boys'

By Frank J. Avella | Feb 26
EDGE speaks with the Cesar-nominated director Robin Campillo about his provocative & uncompromising new film "Eastern Boys."

1 thru 10 of 3872 Stories

Hub Theatre Swingin' into 3rd Season with Dark Farce 'Loot'

By EDGE | Feb 27
Hub Theatre Company of Boston will kick off its third season this spring with Joe Orton's irreverent and amoral dark farce, "Loot," at the First Church in Boston Friday, March 27-Sunday, April 12.

Theatre Review :: The World of Extreme Happiness

By Marcus Scott | Feb 26
Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig's "The World of Extreme Happiness" analyzes gender, power, capitalism, and whether she likes it a lot, both the American and Chinese superpowers.

Theatre Review :: I Love Lucy Live on Stage

By Will Demers | Feb 26
Lucy and Ricky, together with neighbors Fred and Ethel Mertz are brought to life in a live "taping" of two classic "I Love Lucy" episodes.

Reagle Hosts 'A Little Bit of Ireland,' Music, Dance & Blarney

By EDGE | Feb 26
Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston will present the 17th annual edition of "A Little Bit of Ireland" -- a feast of Irish music, folk dancing, and light-hearted comic blarney - for three performances only during St. Patrick's Day weekend.

Theatre Review :: An Octoroon

By Winnie McCroy | Feb 26
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins "An Octoroon" by SoHo Rep tackles racism in a powerful, entertaining way at Theatre for a New Audience's Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn.

Theatre Review :: The Weird

By Matthew Martello | Feb 25
The Onyx Theatre in Las Vegas offers another fun production with "The Weird," performed by Off-Strip Productions.

Theatre Review :: Lives of the Saints

By Jonathan Leaf | Feb 25
Six comedic one-act plays make up the "Lives of the Saints."

Theatre Review :: Enemies: Foreign and Domestic

By Adam Brinklow | Feb 25
Mom is dead and her three radically different daughters are together for the first time in years to put things in order, in this new play at Central Works.

Don't Look Now, but 'Simon Says' :: New Play Explores the Supernatural

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 25
Mat Schaffer's new play peers across the veil that separate the everyday world from the shadowy realm of strange and supernatural possibilities. The author chats with EDGE about grand designs, synchronicity, and the show.

Angelica Page Stars in Two New Plays at Greenway Arts

By EDGE | Feb 25
Highly-acclaimed actress Angelica Page will star in three-night only limited-run solo performances of the Paul Alexander play "Edge" and her self-written one-woman show "Turning Page," based on life with her mother, legendary actress Geraldine Page.

1 thru 10 of 3872 Stories