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Actor Jason Statham Apologizes for Allegedly Using Gay Slurs on Set of Film in 2013

Travolta Dances His Way Through Cannes Again with 'Gotti'

Action star Jason Statham is apologizing Thursday for allegedly using gay slurs during a private conversation on the set of the 2015 film "Wild Card."

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Sofitel New York Offers $100K Tony Awards Package

Sofitel New York Offers $100K Tony Awards Package

May 20
As the big night quickly approaches, Sofitel New York, the Official Hotel Partner for the 72nd annual Tony Awards, invites guests and its Broadway neighbors to celebrate the people and stories that bring Broadway theater to life.

 Review :: Heritage Hill Naturals

Review :: Heritage Hill Naturals

By Kilian Melloy | May 15
We start as outsiders - amused, puzzled, a little concerned about where this all might be going - and end up shouldering the ambivalences and compromises that inform the lives of the play's insiders.

Broadway Performance Canceled Due to Jim Parsons Injury

Broadway Performance Canceled Due to Jim Parsons Injury

May 13
An injury to actor Jim Parsons has forced the cancellation of a performance of the Broadway revival of "The Boys in the Band."

Talking With One of the 'Boys in the Band' :: Michael Benjamin Washington

Talking With One of the 'Boys in the Band' :: Michael Benjamin Washington

By Steve Duffy | May 11
In the current, starry revival of "Boys in the Band," actor Michael Benjamin Washington plays Bernard, the sole African-American guest at the birthday party chronicled in Mart Crowley's landmark play. EDGE spoke to Washington about being part of play.

 Review :: The Seafarer

Review :: The Seafarer

By Rob Urbinati | May 10
A man's soul is worthy of redemption in the Irish Rep's production of "The Seafarer," and in Andy Murray's powerful performance, this man's salvation feels earned.

'Angels in America' Star James McArdle on His 'Demon' Play

'Angels in America' Star James McArdle on His 'Demon' Play

By Mark Kennedy | May 9
There was one place Scottish actor James McArdle had to visit when he came to New York to perform in a critically acclaimed revival of Tony Kushner's seven-hour masterpiece "Angels in America."

'Supergirl' Melissa Benoist Heads to Broadway in 'Beautiful'

'Supergirl' Melissa Benoist Heads to Broadway in 'Beautiful'

By Mark Kennedy | May 7
The cast of the Carole King musical on Broadway is getting a super addition.

Andrew Lloyd Webber Weighs in on Tony Awards Favorite

Andrew Lloyd Webber Weighs in on Tony Awards Favorite

By Mike Cidoni Lennox | May 4
Andrew Lloyd Webber has written some of the most successful stage musicals of all time. So, when he weighs in on the year's Tony contenders, announced earlier this week, it's time to listen.

 Review :: Carmen. Opera Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA

Review :: Carmen. Opera Philadelphia

By Lewis Whittington | May 3
Imaginatively directed by Paul Curran and brilliantly conducted by Yves Abel, Opera Philadelphia's production of "Carmen" showcases a scintillating cast of young opera stars.

Legendarily Irreverent Comic Kathy Griffin is Back on the Road with More North American Dates for Her 'Laugh Your Head Off' World Tour

Legendarily Irreverent Comic Kathy Griffin is Back on the Road with More North American Dates for Her 'Laugh Your Head Off' World Tour

May 3
After a year of national scandal and following a sold-out run of stand-up shows and rave reviews around the globe, Kathy Griffin is returning with the much-anticipated North American continuation of her "Laugh Your Head Off" World Tour.

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