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Choreographer Sam Pinkleton: Making 'The Great Comet' Dance Without a Stage

Choreographer Sam Pinkleton: Making 'The Great Comet' Dance Without a Stage

By Robert Nesti |
Choreographer Sam Pinkleton faced an unusual problem in staging the movement for "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," but he's something of an unusual choreographer. Read how he made this hit musical dance.

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Choreographer Sam Pinkleton: Making 'The Great Comet' Dance Without a Stage

Choreographer Sam Pinkleton: Making 'The Great Comet' Dance Without a Stage

By Robert Nesti | May 24
Choreographer Sam Pinkleton faced an unusual problem in staging the movement for "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," but he's something of an unusual choreographer. Read how he made this hit musical dance.

 Review :: Arrabal

Review :: Arrabal

By Robert Nesti | May 23
Not since "Natasha and Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" played the same theater a year-and-a-half ago has a show come together with as much panache as this one. The spectacle and searing drama of "Arrabal" make for gorgeous, thought-provoking theater.

Euan Morton Talks Hedwig: 'What an Ugly Woman I Am!'

Euan Morton Talks Hedwig: 'What an Ugly Woman I Am!'

By Steve Duffy | May 23
British actor Euan Morton comes to Boston as Hedwig, the titular character in the Tony-winning, glamrock musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." EDGE spoke with Morton about starring in the role of the embittered rocker with an amazing story to tell.

Curtain Falls on 'Greatest Show On Earth' after 146 Years

Curtain Falls on 'Greatest Show On Earth' after 146 Years

By Tamara Lush | May 21
The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus that has wowed crowds for 146 years with its "Greatest Show on Earth" is taking its final bow on Sunday.

On Broadway: 'War Paint'

On Broadway: 'War Paint'

May 20
"War Paint," the new Broadway musical about cosmetic icons Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein, earned four Tony nominations, including for its stars, Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone.

Broadway Director Writes Letter to New York Times Panning Trump's Performance

Broadway Director Writes Letter to New York Times Panning Trump's Performance

May 19
Better than just about anyone alive, legendary Broadway producer/director Hal Prince knows a flop from a hit.

 Review :: Oslo

Review :: Oslo

By Wickham Boyle | May 19
Through J.T. Rogers' excellent play "Oslo" we witness, in vibrant detail, the midwifery and birth of the unlikely 1993 Oslo Peace Accords between the Palestinians and the Israelis.

Bette Midler Receives Distinguishes Achievement in Musical Theater Award

Bette Midler Receives Distinguishes Achievement in Musical Theater Award

May 17
On Friday, May 19, The Drama League will honor Grammy and Emmy Award-winning icon Bette Midler with the Distinguished Achievement in Musical Theater Award at this year's 83rd Annual Drama League Awards.

Musical of 'King Kong' to Roar on Broadway Next Year

Musical of 'King Kong' to Roar on Broadway Next Year

By Mark Kennedy | May 17
A musical version of "King Kong" is hoping to make Broadway go bananas.

Legendary Caricaturist Al Hirschfeld Arrives at the Algonquin

Legendary Caricaturist Al Hirschfeld Arrives at the Algonquin

May 17
Fans of caricaturist Al Hirschfeld will be able to enjoy a unique exhibit of his work beginning May 23 in the legendary Lobby Lounge of The Algonquin Hotel.

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