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Humanizing a Monster in 'My Friend Dahmer'
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Humanizing a Monster in 'My Friend Dahmer'

A Monotonous Cat-and-Mouse Game on Netflix's Western 'Godless'

By Frank J. Avella |
Adapted from the true-life graphic novel, "My Friend Dahmer" examines the teen life of the infamous serial killer. EDGE spoke to the film's director Marc Meyers & st...

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 Review :: Justin Vivian Bond in Concert
Fire Island, NY

Review :: Justin Vivian Bond in Concert

By Terence Diamond | Nov 17
At "Justin Vivian Bond in Concert" last Saturday night at the NYU Skirball Center, the trans-genre cabaret star also known as V performed their unique musical stylings in front of a sold-out crowd.

 Review :: M. Butterfly
Fire Island, NY

Review :: M. Butterfly

By Marcus Scott | Nov 17
With eight outings on the Great White Way, David Henry Hwang returns to Broadway with a revival of his magnum opus and earth-shattering insights.

Hillary's in the House; Clinton Visits Broadway's 'Dear Evan Hansen'

Hillary's in the House; Clinton Visits Broadway's 'Dear Evan Hansen'

Nov 16
On Wednesday night at Broadway blockbuster "Dear Evan Hansen," the applause started before the curtain. Hillary Clinton was in the house to check out the musical before Tony Award-winner Ben Platt takes his final bow in the title role on Saturday.

 Review :: The Mother of Us All
Fire Island, NY

Review :: The Mother of Us All

By Wickham Boyle | Nov 14
"The Mother of Us All," composer Virgil Thomson's second operatic collaboration with the avant-garde writer Gertrude Stein, plays at Hudson Hall.

 Review :: JUNK
Fire Island, NY

Review :: JUNK

By Wickham Boyle | Nov 13
Ayad Akhtar's play looks at how wheeling and dealing brought American economy to the heights, before coming crashing down.

Martina Arroya Foundation Gala Honors Chita Rivera

Martina Arroya Foundation Gala Honors Chita Rivera

Nov 13
On Monday, November 13, the Martina Arroyo Foundation will honor Chita Rivera and more at their 13th Annual Gala.

Talking with Drew Droege - We Need 'Bright Colors and Bold Patterns'

Talking with Drew Droege - We Need 'Bright Colors and Bold Patterns'

By Robert Nesti | Nov 10
Actor & comedian Drew Droege returns to New York with his acclaimed play "Bright Colors and Bold Patterns," in which he plays a loud & most opinionated gay man at a gay wedding. EDGE spoke to Droege about the play.

Scissor Sisters' Frontman Jake Shears to Join Broadway Cast of 'Kinky Boots'

Scissor Sisters' Frontman Jake Shears to Join Broadway Cast of 'Kinky Boots'

Nov 10
"I have been dreaming of doing Broadway, and my wish got answered tenfold," Shears said. "I couldn't be more excited about doing 'Kinky Boots' on Broadway [..] Believe it or not, they're going to be the first stilettos I'll ever have worn."

 Review :: Gardens Speak

Review :: Gardens Speak

By Clinton Campbell | Nov 9
ArtsEmerson is giving Boston one of the most uniquely individual and profound theatrical experiences in recent memory with Tania El Khoury's haunting "Gardens Speak."

 Review :: The Fight
Fire Island, NY

Review :: The Fight

By Cassandra Csencsitz | Nov 8
EDGE reviewer Jonathan Leaf presents a diamond in the rough in his new play, "The Fight."

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