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Dakshina's "Sokolow's Gems" Pays Tribute to Anna Sokolow

THEATRE | By Doug Rule | Jul 15
This Saturday, Dakshina will perform a program of "Sokolow's Gems," including "Magritte, Magritte," inspired by the popular Belgian painter, at The Clarice on the campus the University of Maryland.

Out in 'Paramour'

THEATRE | By Frank J. Avella | Jun 25
With "Paramour," Cirque blends its signature style of death-defying aesthetics with a traditional Broadway presentation -- and the results are an entertaining and thrilling experience. EDGE recently spoke with four out cast members.

Who Will Win at the Tony Awards?

THEATRE | By Mark Kennedy | Jun 11
It was a season on Broadway that was bursting - looking backward, to the future, shaking up old ideas and introducing some bright new stars.

"Hamilton" Actresses on How Broadway Show Empowers

THEATRE | Jun 9
Powerful women are making a name for themselves in "Hamilton," just like the women they play.

Shakespeare, Constellation and GALA Clean Up at the Helen Hayes

THEATRE | By Doug Rule | May 29
Shakespeare Theatre Company was the big winner at May 23's Helen Hayes Awards, snagging 12 wins.

Jake Hegge's Musical Tales

MUSIC | By Joel Martens | May 19
The world of music is a better, richer one because of the work of this skilled composer and those with whom he has collaborated. Jake Hegge talks about his life and career.

Michael Carbonaro, Star of truTV's 'The Carbonaro Effect,' Presents "Michael Carbonaro LIVE!"

THEATRE | By Mike Halterman | May 8
Even now, audiences around the country can experience a feeling of magic and wonder with Carbonaro as he brings the tricks to you -- and it's all live!

His Lola Adventure

THEATER | By Richard Dodds | May 1
He did not create the role of Lola in "Kinky Boots," but it sometimes seems like the role was created for him.

Duncan Sheik Reconsiders A Psycho and Makes Beautiful Music

THEATRE | By Mark Kennedy | Apr 9
The first time Duncan Sheik read the disturbingly gory novel "American Psycho," it didn't go well. He got halfway through the book before throwing it across his dorm room in disgust.

Creating A Legacy at MetroStage

LOCAL | By Doug Rule | Feb 7
Fresh out of college, Thomas W. Jones II thought about becoming a comedian. "I really got into performance that was really engaging an audience," he says. "You know, where it was just the performer and the audience."

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