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Watch: 'Queer Eye' Star Karamo Brown Says He Met with Mike Pence's Wife to Talk LGBTQ Issues

Closing Night Party @ the Ptown Film Fest :: June 17, 2018

Karamo Brown, the culture expert on "Queer Eye," revealed he recently met with vice president Mike Pence's wife, Karen Pence, to discuss LGBTQ issues.

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Musical About Michael Jackson Being Written by Lynn Nottage

Musical About Michael Jackson Being Written by Lynn Nottage

By Mark Kennedy | Jun 19
A musical about the King of Pop is moonwalking its way to Broadway.

Q&A: Opioids Crisis is Backdrop to New Play About Betty Ford

Q&A: Opioids Crisis is Backdrop to New Play About Betty Ford

By William J. Kole | Jun 11
Betty Ford's pioneering work both inside and outside the White House has inspired Boston playwright Lisa Rafferty to create a new documentary play, "SHE DID ALL THAT - Betty Ford: Speaking Out, Saving Lives."

Watch: In Moving Speech, Andrew Garfield Dedicates Tony Award Win to LGBTQ Community

Watch: In Moving Speech, Andrew Garfield Dedicates Tony Award Win to LGBTQ Community

Jun 11
At the 72nd annual Tony Awards Sunday night, Andrew Garfield took home an award for Best Actor in a play for the AIDS drama "Angels in America." During his moving acceptance speech, addressed LGBTQ rights and thanked the LGBTQ community.

A Theme of Tolerance, Inclusion at this Year's Tony Awards

A Theme of Tolerance, Inclusion at this Year's Tony Awards

By Jocelyn Noveck | Jun 11
A small-scale, intimate musical about hard-won cultural understanding was an altogether apt Tony winner on a night where tolerance and inclusion were constant themes.

The Tony Awards This Year May Need Some Help from The Boss

The Tony Awards This Year May Need Some Help from The Boss

By Mark Kennedy | Jun 10
The Tony Awards kick off on Sunday night with a pair of first-time hosts and no clear show juggernaut like "Hamilton" to watch vacuum up statuettes, but the production will get a likely assist by The Boss - Bruce Springsteen.

Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles Rely on Each Other for Tony Gig

Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles Rely on Each Other for Tony Gig

By John Carucci and Mark Kennedy | Jun 8
Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles say they're glad they're hosting Sunday's Tony Awards together, in part because of their banter.

Aaron Patrick Craven Opens Up About 'Dirty Dancing' on Stage

Aaron Patrick Craven Opens Up About 'Dirty Dancing' on Stage

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 5
"Dirty Dancing" star Aaron Patrick Craven, a Missouri native, tells EDGE about the story's longevity, growing up with the film and being cast in the stage musical, and this version is everything you loved about the film... and more.

Broadway's Box Office Booms, with Grosses and Attendance Up

Broadway's Box Office Booms, with Grosses and Attendance Up

By Mark Kennedy | May 30
Broadway grosses hit another record high last season by pulling in $1.7 billion, fueled by fervent demand to see such draws as Bruce Springsteen, Bette Midler and a grown-up Harry Potter.

 Review :: Beauty and the Beast Live in Concert @ the Hollywood Bowl

Review :: Beauty and the Beast Live in Concert @ the Hollywood Bowl

By Kevin Taft | May 29
In what is now a Hollywood Bowl tradition, the legendary venue brought together stars of stage, screen, and television this Memorial Day weekend and paired them with a classic film ready to be remixed, Bowl style. This year it was "Beauty and the Beast."

 Review :: The Plague

Review :: The Plague

By Kilian Melloy | May 25
Tis new stage adaptation of the Camus novel is a fable about dread; a taxonomy of human psychology when confronted with the unspeakably not-ordinary, as it struggles to find or forge normalcy in deeply strange times.

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