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MoMA Reopens with More Space, Fresh Juxtapositions

Watch: Harry Styles Shares Steam Video for New Song 'Lights Up'

By Katherine Roth |
The Museum of Modern Art's new $450 million, 47,000-square-foot expansion offers visitors more than much-needed elbow room. It emphasizes new juxtapositions of works to encour...

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 Review :: National Tour of 'The SpongeBob Musical' Will Make You Smile

Review :: National Tour of 'The SpongeBob Musical' Will Make You Smile

By Clinton Campbell | Oct 18
Take a break from work, or the news, and travel to Bikini Bottom for a couple hours of vacation. You will be glad you did.

Bosom Buddies — Varla Jean Merman Talks about Upcoming Boston Show with Judy Gold

Bosom Buddies — Varla Jean Merman Talks about Upcoming Boston Show with Judy Gold

By Robert Nesti | Oct 18
When Judy Gold and Varla Jean Merman take to the stage at the Calderwood Pavilion this weekend, you may just wonder: Who is taller? And is that why they are performing together? Varla Jean Merman (Jeffery Roberson) explains.

 Review :: Ben Bagley's 'The Decline and Fall of the Entire World As Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter'

Review :: Ben Bagley's 'The Decline and Fall of the Entire World As Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter'

By Rob Urbinati | Oct 17
Ben Bagley's "The Decline and Fall of the Entire World As Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter," is a sassy, tuneful revue of obscure Porter tunes linked by a mostly chronological, tongue-in-cheek narration commenting on the social history of America.

Meet the Playwright Behind a 'Deeply Raw Space' on Broadway

Meet the Playwright Behind a 'Deeply Raw Space' on Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 15
Playwright Jeremy O. Harris has a rule that he doesn't cry in public. He broke that rule the night Rihanna attended his Broadway debut.

'Judy Who?' Ten Questions with Judy Gold

'Judy Who?' Ten Questions with Judy Gold

By Steve Duffy | Oct 15
EDGE caught up with commentator (and self-described 'big mouth') Judy Gold recently as she prepares to come to Boston for 'The Judy and Varla Show' at the Huntington Theatre Company on October 17 for a fast Q&A

Fresh Fruit is Back — Fresher Than Ever with New Revue

Fresh Fruit is Back — Fresher Than Ever with New Revue

By Robert Nesti | Oct 9
Fresh Fruit, Boston's outrageous drag troupe, are back with a new revue and new members. EDGE spoke with Michael Gaucher, who is spearheading the new show that starts this week at Club Café, about just how they keep the Fruits fresh.

Josh Groban Plans to 'Let Go' in Upcoming Show Series

Josh Groban Plans to 'Let Go' in Upcoming Show Series

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 8
Josh Groban has a date for Valentine's Day — with 6,000 or so of his fans.

 Review :: The Silence in Harrow House

Review :: The Silence in Harrow House

By Christine Malcom | Oct 7
"The Silence in Harrow House" is not only a wonderfully creepy kick-off to the Halloween season, it's a highly successful collaboration among artists of a number of different stripes, & an intelligently executed movable theater experience.

All She's Cracked Up to Be :: Dito van Reigersberg Talks Martha Graham Cracker

All She's Cracked Up to Be :: Dito van Reigersberg Talks Martha Graham Cracker

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 2
Ready for something sweet and crunchy? Martha Graham Cracker is coming to town - and she's bringing her cabaret act to the American Repertory Theater's Afterglow at Oberon series.

 Review :: Eclectic Acrobatics Show 'Passengers' Dazzles in US Debut

Review :: Eclectic Acrobatics Show 'Passengers' Dazzles in US Debut

By Sam Cronin | Oct 2
Opening its 10th year worldwide, "Passengers" by the 7 Fingers production studio made its US debut this month as part of a partnership with ArtsEmerson. The multi-acrobatic performance captivated the Cutler Majestic Theater in its opening week.

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