Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut is “inventively structured” according to Harry Geeves.
Sophie Young takes us back to the cultural phenomenon’s soundtrack that has had listeners captivated for five years now!
Despite Hamilton’s phenomenal cultural impact, our records editor, Alice Fortt, subjects the characters to microscopic analysis.
Morgan McMillan celebrates the exciting news that hits a small screen near you!
The 2010s saw many new musicals grace the stage; but which ones were the favourite of The Edge’s writers?
Maddie Lock reviews Motown the Musical as it visits Southampton on its UK tour.
As an increasing number of Award winning musicals such as Hamilton have their origins in history, Vicky Greer takes a look at what makes people fall in love with these shows.
Literature Exec Abi discusses the champions – and disappointments – of diversity within the theatre industry.
Hit musical, Hamilton, was the big winner at the public voted What’s On Stage awards.
Is it true that the show will always go on? Ben argues for the cultural immortality of musical theatre.
Haven’t been to the theatre in a while? General Executive Sophie Jones is here to tell you why you should.
The American musical was joined by the likes of The Ferryman and Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston in the room where it happened last night at the Royal Albert Hall.
The Broadway and now West End sensation based on the life of one of America’s founding fathers clocked up a record thirteen nominations.