A singer with a big time band? Comedian and singer Ana Gasteyer will realize a dream when she visits the Boston Pops for a holiday concert next week. She talks about the concert and the holidays to EDGE.
EDGE Interview: Miz Cracker on Hosting 'A Drag Queen Christmas' – 'Everything You Want from a Drag Show'
For nine years, "A Drag Queen Christmas" has been touring the country bringing a rotating cast of "RuPaul's Drag Queen" alums to theaters throughout the country for a dragtastic holiday celebration.
NYC-based actor Sean Bell is making his Broadway debut in "Harmony," the Barry Manilow musical about the German musical group the Comedian Harmonists whose career was thwarted by the Nazis. Bell talks about being a part of this relevant musical.
James Sliman sued his former employer Sandra Bernhard this past summer after his termination. He opens up about the increasingly toxic relationship the pair developed over his 11-year tenure.
What has become the queer holiday attraction that's not to be missed? The answer is easy – "The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show" – which this year the drag superstars promise will be weirder and wilder.
In Italian culture, the dinner table is the magnet that brings the family together. Celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich wants to do that one better and bring everyone to her table through her television appearances, her signature restaurants, and cookbooks.
In "The Persian Version," writer/director Maryam Keshavarz looks at her family history to tell the secret reason why her parents emigrated to America. EDGE spoke to the Iranian/American filmmaker about her comedy/drama, currently in limited release.
In the new biographical musical "Elvis: A Musical Revolution," newcomer Dan Berry takes on the challenge of playing the iconic singer. EDGE spoke to him about Elvis the legend and Elvis the man.
In the national company of "Frozen," at the Boston's Citizen's Opera House through November 12, Collin Baja all but disappears into his character – literally.
There may not be a more celebrated dysfunctional relationship in Hollywood history than that between Alfred Hitchcock and some of his leading ladies pegged Hitchcock's Blondes. The moniker is so familiar that it is the title of Laurence Leamer's new book.
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