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PopUps: Thirsty? Nick Jonas is Here to Quench You

Former Employee: Michael Douglas Fondled Himself

It's been some time since Nick Jonas caused a stir with his Instagram account. But don't worry, the pop star is here to quench your thirst.

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Strong Emotions Ahead in Drama about Serbia's Milosevic

Strong Emotions Ahead in Drama about Serbia's Milosevic

By Jovana Gec | Jan 20
Former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic, considered the main architect of a decade of bloody wars in the Balkans, is not the first person who comes to mind when thinking about subjects for a possible musical.

Playwright Robert O'Hara: the Man Behind the Provocative 'Mankind'

Playwright Robert O'Hara: the Man Behind the Provocative 'Mankind'

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 11
Out playwright/director Robert O'Hara is one of the most audacious and exciting talents working today. His latest, "Mankind," is currently at Playwrights Horizon. EDGE spoke to O'Hara about his provocative play.

 Review :: The Illusionists

Review :: The Illusionists

By Rachel Breitman | Jan 8
An evening of magic tricks, some high-tech and some simple, brings laughs and light humor to the Kennedy Center.

 Review :: Farinelli and The King

Review :: Farinelli and The King

By Wickham Boyle | Jan 8
Tony and Oscar winner Mark Rylance returns to Broadway in a a wonderful show full of magic and dashes of wisdom.

Most Broadway Shows Offer Half-Off Ticket Deals This Month

Most Broadway Shows Offer Half-Off Ticket Deals This Month

Jan 5
On Broadway, there might be a lot of snow right now, but there's also a bargain.

Box Office Records Made as Broadway Says Goodbye to 2017

Box Office Records Made as Broadway Says Goodbye to 2017

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 3
The year on Broadway came to a very sparkly end for theater producers as many shows recorded their most profitable weeks ever despite theater-goers facing bitter cold and some eye-popping ticket prices.

Deborah Cox Steps into Whitney's Shoes in 'The Bodyguard'

Deborah Cox Steps into Whitney's Shoes in 'The Bodyguard'

By Joe Siegel | Dec 28
R&B superstar Deborah Cox continues her career in musical theater with "The Bodyguard," playing the role that Whitney Houston on film in the touring stage version. EDGE spoke to Cox about the role.

Watch: Lin Manuel Miranda & Co. Celebrate London Opening of 'Hamilton' with Epic Mashup Vid

Watch: Lin Manuel Miranda & Co. Celebrate London Opening of 'Hamilton' with Epic Mashup Vid

Dec 21
"Hamilton" creator Lin Manuel Miranda joined the West End cast of his mega-hit with an epic mashup of classic pop hits and songs from the Grammy Award winning cast recording.

Evidence, Choreographer Ron  K. Brown's Company, Tours with Mix of New and Old

Evidence, Choreographer Ron K. Brown's Company, Tours with Mix of New and Old

By Lewis Whittington | Dec 13
After a long absence, choreographer Ron K. Brown brings his dance company Evidence to Philadelphia with a wide-ranging dance concert in performances at NEXTMOVE Dance series at the Prince Theater.

 Review :: Once On This Island

Review :: Once On This Island

By Bobby McGuire | Dec 8
After an absence of over a quarter century, "Once On This Island," Lynn Ahrens and Steven Flaherty's calypso fairy tale is back on Broadway in a hyper-realistic reimagining that is a 90 minute theatrical thrill ride for the emotions.

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