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Goodman Theatre Launches Month of Lorraine Hansberry Celebration

By EDGE | May 4
From April 30-June 5, in conjunction with a production of playwright Lorraine Hansberry's final work, "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window," Goodman Theatre presents a Lorraine Hansberry Celebration.

Review :: Hubbard Street + The Second City's The Art of Falling Returns

By EDGE | May 4
Get your tickets now for the return by popular demand of Hubbard Street + The Second City's acclaimed collaboration "The Art of Falling," at Chicago's Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium Park, June 9-19.

Tony Nominations Announced, 'Hamilton' Receives Record 16 Nods

May 3
The nominations recognized a banner season for Broadway that featured 36 productions that included 20 plays and 16 musicals.

Theater Offensive's climACTS :: Thursday, April 28, 2016

May 2
Boston's The Theater Offensive hosted their annual fundraiser climACTS at Icon Nightclub. Amongst those in attendance were Lesbian Brothers and hunky, shirtless miners. Check out who was there.

His Lola Adventure

By Richard Dodds | May 1
He did not create the role of Lola in "Kinky Boots," but it sometimes seems like the role was created for him.

'West Side Story' Rightsholders Block Future Productions in Mississippi and North Carolina

Apr 29
Anyone hoping to sing "I Fell Pretty" in the Tar Heel and Magnolia States better hope that recently adopted anti-LGBT laws get repealed soon.

Martin Short, Derek Hough Join Cast of 'Hairspray Live!'

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 28
Comedian Martin Short and dancer Derek Hough have leapt aboard the cast of NBC's "Hairspray Live!" on Dec. 7.

Review :: Machinal

By Lewis Whittington | Apr 27
EgoPo's riveting revival of Sophie Treadwell's expressionist classic Machinal closes an excellent season.

Curtain Up: Martha's Vineyard Brings Out Broadway's Big Guns

By EDGE | Apr 27
Producer Mark Cortale is bringing his acclaimed Broadway concert series to Martha's Vineyard this summer.

Review :: Lela Aisha Jones | FlyGround's Native Portals

By Meca McKinney | Apr 26
"Native Portals" is told through a language of sorrow, frustration and grief but it is handled with soul, flair and tenderness with the highest respect for our ancestors. My only wish is that it also shed light on the profound progress we've made.

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