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Staten Island St. Pat's Parade Set to Exclude LGBTQs

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By Kilian Melloy |
Organizers of the Staten Island St. Patrick's Day Parade say that the event is not a "sexual identification parade," and refuse to allow non-heterosexuals to partici...

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Meet the Rising Stars of 'West Side Story' on Broadway

Meet the Rising Stars of 'West Side Story' on Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 20
When a new revival of "West Side Story" opens on Broadway, it will make history. The musical sees 33 young people making their Broadway debuts, a record.

Battle Lines Hold Firm in Dispute over 'West Side Story' Actor

Battle Lines Hold Firm in Dispute over 'West Side Story' Actor

Feb 19
The battle lines remain firm in the battle over whether actor should be fired Amar Ramasar from the revival of "West Side Story" as the production pushes towards its opening this week.

 Review :: Vampire Cowboys Shake Up LA Theater with 'Revenge Song'

Review :: Vampire Cowboys Shake Up LA Theater with 'Revenge Song'

By Kevin Taft | Feb 19
If you're looking for something irreverent and naughty, "Revenge Song" is your ticket to a fun, raucous evening.

 Review :: Musicalized 'Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice' — Nice, but Forgettable

Review :: Musicalized 'Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice' — Nice, but Forgettable

By Frank J. Avella | Feb 19
As it stands now, the musicalized 'Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice' is a nice 105-minute sit that's regrettable forgettable once you leave the lobby.

Protests Demand 'West Side Story' Actor Be Dismissed

Protests Demand 'West Side Story' Actor Be Dismissed

Feb 18
Protestors have picketed outside the Broadway revival of "West Side Story" on three occasions, taking issue with the casting of actor Amar Ramasar (who plays Bernardo, the leader of the Sharks) and demanding his dismissal.

 Review :: A Heartfelt and Hilarious 'Grand Horizons'

Review :: A Heartfelt and Hilarious 'Grand Horizons'

By Brooke Pierce | Feb 5
What happens when a couple who have been married for 50 years decide to get divorced? That's the question posed by Bess Wohl in "Grand Horizons," a hilarious and moving new play currently being produced by Second Stage Theater at the Helen Hayes Theater.

 Review :: 'Gloria: A Life' Is About All of Us

Review :: 'Gloria: A Life' Is About All of Us

By James Wilkinson | Feb 4
"Gloria: A Life" is littered with dualities. It's this divided spirit of the production that gives it the kick it needs and ultimately makes it worth seeing.

'Hamilton' by Original Cast Coming to a Film Screen Near You

'Hamilton' by Original Cast Coming to a Film Screen Near You

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 3
Next year, you'll be able to see the original Broadway cast of "Hamilton" perform the musical smash from the comfort of a movie theater.

 Review :: Cirque's 'Volta' Jolts Dodger Stadium

Review :: Cirque's 'Volta' Jolts Dodger Stadium

By Kevin Taft | Jan 29
Cirque du Soleil's latest traveling show "Volta" (and their 15th show in Los Angeles) charges up Dodger Stadium with a jolt of electrifying music, sound, and death-defying stunts.

Rage and Laughter, 'Sweat' and Tears :: Jennifer Regan on Lynn Nottage's Play About American Workers Betrayed

Rage and Laughter, 'Sweat' and Tears :: Jennifer Regan on Lynn Nottage's Play About American Workers Betrayed

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 29
Lynn Nottage's 2015 Pulitzer prize-winning play is a prescient work, but it's also deeply human - full of compassion and clear-eyed insight. Jennifer Regan chats with EDGE about the talented cast, the top-quality writing, and more.

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