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Twitter Reacts: Fox News Apologizes for Graphic of Patti LaBelle During Aretha Franklin Report

MTV Launches HIV Video in Anticipation of 'Quiet Places'

Fox News is apologizing after it used a photo of singer Patti LaBelle during its coverage of Aretha Franklin's death.

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 Review :: Be More Chill

Review :: Be More Chill

By Rob Urbinati | Aug 14
Fast and flashy, and often frantic, "Be More Chill" rarely transcends the familiar tropes, and the show's potential to get real, and distinguish itself from its models is only intermittently achieved.

Meet Sonya Tayeh - the choreographer who makes 'Moulin Rouge' sizzle

Meet Sonya Tayeh - the choreographer who makes 'Moulin Rouge' sizzle

By Robert Nesti | Aug 8
The boundless, athletic and thrilling dances in "Moulin Rouge! The Musical" (at the Colonial Theatre through August 19) mark the Broadway debut of choreographer Sonya Tayeh, who spoke to EDGE about what's been the hardest job in her career.

Rosie O'Donnell, Broadway Stars, Protest Outside White House

Rosie O'Donnell, Broadway Stars, Protest Outside White House

Aug 7
Rosie O'Donnell and cast members from some of Broadway's biggest musicals have led a sing-along protest against President Donald Trump outside the White House.

 Review :: Waitress

Review :: Waitress

By Kevin Taft | Aug 6
Sara Bareilles' hit musical "Waitress" heats up the Hollywood Pantages stage, serving up a delightful mix of infectious tunes and charming characters that all go down as sweet as pie.

 Review :: Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Review :: Moulin Rouge! The Musical

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 6
"Moulin Rouge! The Musical" may be set in turn of the century Paris, but it makes Boston in 2018 feel like the very pinnacle of Weimar.

A Play About Straight White Men on Broadway Makes History

A Play About Straight White Men on Broadway Makes History

By John Carucci | Jul 24
The play that just opened at the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway may have a cast dominated by white men but history has been made behind the scenes.

PYTA in the House! :: Theater Offensive's Evelyn Francis Talks Queer Youth Theater's Boston Conference

PYTA in the House! :: Theater Offensive's Evelyn Francis Talks Queer Youth Theater's Boston Conference

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 20
Boston's Theater Offensive hosts the ninth Pride Youth Theater Alliance conference. EDGE hears about PYTA, and the stories LGBTQ youth need to tell nationwide, from TTO Director of Programs - and PYTA cofounder - Evelyn Francis.

Union Opens Probe Into Veteran Broadway Actor's Suicide

Union Opens Probe Into Veteran Broadway Actor's Suicide

By Michael R. Sisak | Jul 17
A Broadway union is investigating a veteran actor's suicide, which happened about a week after his friends say he was subjected to a grueling, demoralizing rehearsal.

Was Longtime 'Chicago' Actor Bullied Prior to Suicide?

Was Longtime 'Chicago' Actor Bullied Prior to Suicide?

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 11
Friends of an actor who was attached for two decades to Broadway's long-running production of "Chicago" say he was "bullied" a week before committing suicide.

Renovated Museum Opens as Part of $380M Gateway Arch Project

Renovated Museum Opens as Part of $380M Gateway Arch Project

By Jim Salter | Jul 4
The revitalized Gateway Arch National Park was dedicated Tuesday, the culmination of a $380 million public-private partnership that Missouri political leaders see as a template for the future of the national park system.

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