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Homophobia Examined in 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace' Where Darren Criss Shines

Actor Timothee Chalamet Says He'll Donate Salary From Woody Allen Film

By Jason St. Amand |
"The Assassination of Gianni Versace," the second season of FX's true crime anthology series "American Crime Story," is a gloriously gay investigation into...

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2018 Begins on Bay Area Stages
San Francisco, CA

2018 Begins on Bay Area Stages

By Richard Dodds | Jan 14
With a new year aborned, and the theatrical lull of the holidays and attendant distractions behind us, it's time to take stock of how 2018 will begin to unfurl on our stages.

Marga Gomez Polishes Her Act
San Francisco, CA

Marga Gomez Polishes Her Act

By Sari Staver | Jan 11
Fans of Marga Gomez, you have just 12 opportunities to see the Puerto Rican/Cuban American lesbian performer's final solo show, "Latin Standards," which premieres at the Brava Theater Center on January 11.

Playwright Robert O'Hara: the Man Behind the Provocative 'Mankind'

Playwright Robert O'Hara: the Man Behind the Provocative 'Mankind'

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 11
Out playwright/director Robert O'Hara is one of the most audacious and exciting talents working today. His latest, "Mankind," is currently at Playwrights Horizon. EDGE spoke to O'Hara about his provocative play.

 Review :: The Illusionists

Review :: The Illusionists

By Rachel Breitman | Jan 8
An evening of magic tricks, some high-tech and some simple, brings laughs and light humor to the Kennedy Center.

 Review :: Farinelli and The King

Review :: Farinelli and The King

By Wickham Boyle | Jan 8
Tony and Oscar winner Mark Rylance returns to Broadway in a a wonderful show full of magic and dashes of wisdom.

SF Opera's 2017 Season Calls It A Wrap
San Francisco, CA

SF Opera's 2017 Season Calls It A Wrap

By Philip Campbell | Jan 6
There were hits and misses, a world premiere, directorial missteps and some aging shows, but no egregious flops, and many memorable performances.

Carey Perloff's Big Send-Off 'Party'
San Francisco, CA

Carey Perloff's Big Send-Off 'Party'

By Richard Dodds | Jan 6
It's fitting on many levels that the last play Carey Perloff will direct as ACT's artistic director is Harold Pinter's "The Birthday Party."

Most Broadway Shows Offer Half-Off Ticket Deals This Month

Most Broadway Shows Offer Half-Off Ticket Deals This Month

Jan 5
On Broadway, there might be a lot of snow right now, but there's also a bargain.

Box Office Records Made as Broadway Says Goodbye to 2017

Box Office Records Made as Broadway Says Goodbye to 2017

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 3
The year on Broadway came to a very sparkly end for theater producers as many shows recorded their most profitable weeks ever despite theater-goers facing bitter cold and some eye-popping ticket prices.

2017 Bay Area Theatre in Review
San Francisco, CA

2017 Bay Area Theatre in Review

By Richard Dodds | Dec 30
Here are 10 excellent productions seen in 2017 that provoke the stoutest memories.

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