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In Moving Post, 'American Crime' Star Connor Jessup Comes Out as Gay

Naomi Wolf Promotes New Book Delayed in the US by Errors

Actor Connor Jessup, who starred in two seasons of ABC's critically acclaimed series "American Crime" and the queer film "Closet Monster," took to Instagra...

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After a 50-Year Wait, 'Stonewall' Opera was Written in Weeks

After a 50-Year Wait, 'Stonewall' Opera was Written in Weeks

By Ronald Blum | Jun 20
The Pulitzer Prize-winning librettist Mark Campbell received a note in late February 2018 from the general director of the New York City Opera: "I may have a project for you, but you have to write quickly."

 Review :: Convention

Review :: Convention

By Brooke Pierce | Jun 18
Most people attending "Convention" know how things end, but the journey there is a fascinating and funny history lesson.

Dave Chappelle Coming to Broadway. Hide Your Phone.

Dave Chappelle Coming to Broadway. Hide Your Phone.

By Mark Kennedy | Jun 13
Dave Chappelle will make his Broadway debut this summer but a word of warning: Ditch the cellphone.

 Review :: The Phantom of the Opera

Review :: The Phantom of the Opera

By Kevin Taft | Jun 11
Going strong after almost 35 years, Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera" has surpassed just being a musical theatre staple, it's become a mainstream classic.

 Review :: The Waverly Gallery

Review :: The Waverly Gallery

By Iris Fanger | Jun 11
Shakespeare & Company, based in the Lenox, has opened its 2019 summer season with "The Waverly Gallery," staged by Tina Packer, founder of the troupe in 1978 and director of the company until 2009.

 Review :: Long Lost

Review :: Long Lost

By Brooke Pierce | Jun 11
While "Long Lost" might not be an especially remarkable play, Margulies does offer some interesting observations about family dynamics, telling the truth, and what it means to be good or bad.

Tony Highlights: A Historic Win and a Strong Night for Women

Tony Highlights: A Historic Win and a Strong Night for Women

By Jocelyn Noveck | Jun 10
When effervescent actress Ali Stroker came onstage to accept her historic trophy as the first actor in a wheelchair to win a Tony, it wasn't just the feel-good moment of the night. It may have been one of the most joyous Tony moments in years.

Broadway Readies for Biggest Audience of the Year At Tonys

Broadway Readies for Biggest Audience of the Year At Tonys

By Mark Kennedy | Jun 8
James Corden, host of "The Late Late Show With James Corden" and a Tony winner in his own right, will be the host of the telecast. He previously hosted in 2016, when "Hamilton" was the juggernaut.

Snap Out of It! Cher Suite Opens at Sofitel New York

Snap Out of It! Cher Suite Opens at Sofitel New York

Jun 8
She's the Goddess of Pop, and now Midtown Manhattan's Sofitel New York is transforming one of its luxury suites into a show-stopping Cher Show Suite just steps from WorldPride 2019 festivities.

Visit 'Camp Morning Wood' — the Queer, Naked Narrative Musical

Visit 'Camp Morning Wood' — the Queer, Naked Narrative Musical

By Frank J. Avella | Jun 6
EDGE sat down with the creatives, as well as two of the lead actors, involved in "Camp Morning Wood" about the new queer, naked narrative musical.

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