"Starf*cker." "After School Special." "The Salt Girl." "Hotel Nepenthe." Boston actor and playwright John Kuntz has authored his share of distinctive, sometimes disturbing, theatrical fare. Now he's penned an epic. He tells EDGE all...
Both those who love Shakespeare and those who do not will appreciate "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" at Club Cafe through this weekend.
The Titanic Theatre Company's production of David Lindsay-Abaire's "Wonder of the World" is suitably (sometimes sublimely) zany, but fails to convince.
The Mac-Haydn Theatre in Chatham, NY, stages the Mel Brooks' monster musical.
The talented group of women in Titanic Theatre Company's production of David Lindsay-Abaire's 'Wonder of the World' struggle to stand apart and make art in a market where the rolls are limited and the competition is stiff.
In a world of muscle-bound young hunks, Leslie Jordan -- diminutive as he is, at 4'11" -- proves that big talent can come packaged in small comic dynamos. Jordan chats with EDGE about his travels and travails as a "Show Pony."
The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company returns to Boston Common July 23 - August 10 for seventeen evenings of "Twelfth Night." Star Conner Christiansen chats with EDGE about The Bard, the show, and being back in Boston.