OUTSIDE MULLINGAR (DTC): An Irish love story

A love story in which the course of love would run smooth if it weren’t for stubbornness, misunderstanding, and Irish prudery


It’s the classic story of bands across eras and genres, but this is the story of The Band.

SNATCHERS (dir. Benji Kleiman & Stephen Cedars): Film review

SNATCHERS is the next in a current wave of splatterfests with a social conscience, and it’s a top-tier entry.

4 Ways CBD Oil Can Help To Become a Better Actor

CBD oil can improve the way you look and make you shine

ELEANOR: AN AMERICAN LOVE STORY (Media Theatre): 60-second review

Pleasant to watch and quite informative, but little seems at stake

THE BED SHOW (Unattended Baggage): 60-second review

A delightfully immersive peek into “bed culture”

FOOL FOR LOVE (EgoPo): Secrets, raw passion, and danger

Sam Shepard can set up a world like nobody else

A HUNDRED WORDS FOR SNOW (Inis Nua): 60-second review

This solo show is performed by Satchel Williams, who can best be described as adorbs. 

BIRDS OF PREY (dir. Cathy Yan): Film review

What is it about the world of Batman that enchants me so?

Talking to the Roosevelts: Interview with Eleanor, Franklin, and Sara from the cast of ELEANOR at Media Theatre

Henrik Eger spoke to the actors about their roles and the real-life characters behind them.

DESCRIBE THE NIGHT (Wilma): Put on your thinking caps

Put on your thinking cap if you’re thinking of going to see DESCRIBE THE NIGHT

KING LEAR (Bristol Riverside): Mommy issues

We start to experience the world as Lear might, slowly losing their sense of reality

An Important Role: Karen Peakes on playing Wilde at the Walnut

Karen Peakes is portraying the sassy, outspoken Mrs. Allonby in A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE at the Walnut

7 Things You Should Know About Gambling Online in Pennsylvania

Gambling legislation has been eased all around the USA, and states have recently been trying to incorporate online gambling into their economies.

Philadelphia theater calendar

Philadelphia Theater Calendar February 2020

Theater in Philadelphia in February 2020

Medea Bam

[nyc] MEDEA (BAM): Euripides should sue

British auteur-director Simon Stone has rewritten the ancient Greek tragedy, Medea,  to fit the contours of the contemporary world 

A Woman of No Importance Walnut review

A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE (Walnut Street): Dropping a stream of bon mots from the sofa

How wonderful that we have Oscar Wilde’s works and can go and see his plays

MAN OF GOD (InterAct): Worthy of praise

Anna Moench’s new, short, fascinating play is not to be missed.