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In 'Jessica Jones,' Fringe Superheroes Highlight the Affects of Abuse

By Jason St. Amand | Nov 29
Netflix's new superhero series "Jessica Jones" is an inspiring and powerful feminist show, that's more daring than most shows on the TV landscape.

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NBC's 'The Wiz Live!' To Ease On Down That Tuneful Road

By Frazier Moore | Nov 27
Soon, a determined girl named Dorothy will ease on down that road in NBC's "The Wiz Live!"

Nonprofit Gives WAD Proceeds of 'Rent' to AIDS Foundation of Chicago

By EDGE | Nov 27
On World AIDS Day, December 1, Chicago startup nonprofit Artists Giving Back will present a one-night engagement production of "Rent," with all net proceeds from ticket sales donated to the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.

Performance Review :: The Illusionists -- Live on Broadway

By Wickham Boyle | Nov 23
Magic comes to life in "The Illusionists -- Live on Broadway," at the Neil Simon Theater.

Theatre Review :: Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom

By Wickham Boyle | Nov 23
The Flea theater in TriBeCa stages an innovative play about the adolescents of a strict neighborhood who get locked into a frightening video game.

Wayne Brady: 'I Look Pretty Damn Good in Those Heels'

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 19
Ladies in heels, you've got an apology from Wayne Brady.

Theatre Review :: Shear Madness, The Hit Comedy Whodunit

By Steve Weinstein | Nov 19
Total idiocy, a preposterous murder, a gay stereotype, endless mugging? On its own terms this audience-participation whodunit is great, mindless fun.

Theatre Review :: Steve

By Steve Weinstein | Nov 19
Another day, another group of self-absorbed, middle-aged, brittle gay New Yorkers pondering the great issue of the day: themselves.

Good to Go Festival Holds Gender Parity Summit for Women in Theater

By EDGE | Nov 18
On Wednesday, November 18 at NYC's Theater Center, the Good to Go Festival is proud to host their inaugural summit with industry leaders. The topic of the gathering is gender parity.

Theatre Review :: HIR

By Terence Diamond | Nov 18
Isaac has returned from the wars to help take care of his ailing father only to discover a household in revolt. The insurgent: his mom. Liberated from an oppressive marriage allied with a newly trans son, she's on a crusade to dismantle the patriarchy.

LPTW's Oral History Series Features Charlotte Moore

By EDGE | Nov 16
On Monday, November 16 at 6 p.m., The League of Professional Theatre Women is pleased to present Charlotte Moore, Artistic Director of the Irish Repertory Theater, for the next Oral History interview.

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