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Margaret Cho: Fresh Off the 'Bloat' and On the Road Again

Margaret Cho: Fresh Off the 'Bloat' and On the Road Again

By Robert Nesti |
Margaret Cho calls her new show, called "Fresh Off the Bloat," her "sickest show to date." What else can she say about a show that deals with her being fresh off drugs, drinking and the brink of suicide? EDGE spoke to Cho about the show and her career.

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 Review :: The Rembrandt
Chicago, IL

Review :: The Rembrandt

By Beth Dugan | Sep 23
"The Rembrandt," by Jessica Dickey is a little story about big ideas and bigger emotions, running through November 5 at Steppenwolf's Upstairs Theater.

Constantine Maroulis On Playing Che in 'Evita': 'I Am a Theater Geek!'

Constantine Maroulis On Playing Che in 'Evita': 'I Am a Theater Geek!'

By Steve Duffy | Sep 20
'American Idol'-alum Constantine Maroulis co-stars as Che Guevera in the North Shore Music Theatre's "Evita" next week. EDGE caught up with the pop singer about his career & playing this iconic character in Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Webb's musical hit.

 Review :: The Heavens are Hung in Black
Chicago, IL

Review :: The Heavens are Hung in Black

By Louise Adams | Sep 19
Shattered Globe presents the first in its all-Chicago premiere season, Pulitzer-nominee James Still's "The Heavens are Hung in Black," at Theater Wit through October 21.

 Review :: The Invisible Scarlet O'Neil
Chicago, IL

Review :: The Invisible Scarlet O'Neil

By Christine Malcom | Sep 12
To celebrate its twentieth years of focusing on "complex, dynamic (and often combative) female characters," Babes with Blades Theatre Company opens its anniversary season with its first commissioned work, Barbara Lhota's "The Invisible Scarlet O'Neil."

Royal Shakespeare Company Founder Peter Hall Dies at 86

Royal Shakespeare Company Founder Peter Hall Dies at 86

By Jill Lawless | Sep 12
Peter Hall, a visionary theater director and impresario who founded the Royal Shakespeare Company and helped build Britain's National Theatre into a producing powerhouse, has died. He was 86.

Watch: 'Mean Girls' Musical Releases Really Fetch Teaser Clip

Watch: 'Mean Girls' Musical Releases Really Fetch Teaser Clip

Sep 11
This clip is beyond fetch.

'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson' Composer, Lyricist Dies at 41

'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson' Composer, Lyricist Dies at 41

Sep 11
Michael Friedman, an Obie-winning composer and lyricist known for the musicals "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" and "Love's Labour's Lost," has died. He was 41.

Kellee Terrell's 'Gemma' Named Winner of 2017 LezPlay Competition

Kellee Terrell's 'Gemma' Named Winner of 2017 LezPlay Competition

Sep 8
Pride Films and Plays is delighted to announce Kellee Terrell's "Gemma" as the winner of its 2017 LezPlay Contest.

The Real Truman Show: Capote, Warhol Chats Inspire New Play

The Real Truman Show: Capote, Warhol Chats Inspire New Play

By William J. Kole | Sep 8
On Sunday, a play inspired by Andy Warhol and writer Truman Capote's real-life dialogue - "WARHOLCAPOTE" - has its world premiere at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge.

Acclaimed UK Production of 'Angels in America' Heads to NY

Acclaimed UK Production of 'Angels in America' Heads to NY

Sep 7
Britain's National Theatre says its acclaimed production of "Angels in America" is heading to Broadway.

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