The A.R.T.’s production of the beloved Gilbert and Sullivan favorite is a summery salute -- but it’s not sit-in-you-seat theater (unless you want it to be).
Blue Spruce Theatre decided to stage a one-act play based on a Victorian poem. Then, to round out the evening, the company decided to create their own one-act musical as a companion piece. Producing Artistic Director Jesse Strachman gives EDGE the story.
Liars and Believers Artistic Director Jason Slavick found a way to merge classical Greek mythology with the American mythos of the carnival. But you’re going to have to be fleet of foot (or wing) to catch it: The show only has a two night run.
The Boston Theater Critics Association held their annual Elliot Norton Awards this past Monday at the Paramount Center. The awards paid homage to their guest of honor, Chita Rivera, as well as the best in theater over the past year. See who was there!
The Lyric Stage Company puts the classic WWII Leonard Bernstein musical on stage for Boston audiences starting May 10 -- and offers a stellar cast. EDGE chatted with the actors who are bringing this beloved gem to life once more.
A world premiere of a Kurt Vonnegut script, the inspirational musical ’The Color Purple’ and the legendary ’Carrie’ are amongst the titles for the SpeakEasy Stage’s 23rd season.
SpeakEasy Stage Company mounts a production of a the charming 2008 Tony winner for Best Musical that lives up to the award.
The Oldcastle Theatre Company’s new space in downtown Bennington, Vermont stages this play about promises and bees, slowly dying like the people one cares about.