Larry Shue’s 1979 farce has seen better days.
A well-intentioned but dull play about an important legal program in Philadelphia.
Brian Friel the Irish Chekhov.
Although her name may not sound immediately familiar, Quincy Tyler Bernstine has been a force in theater for nearly two decades.
A play for people who need to be told how to feel.
If you like your gay stories trite and tragic, this is the play for you.
It’s been a banner month for local playwright Jacqueline Goldfinger.
Philadelphia Chamber Music Society imported a deep bench of talent from New York for its final Sunday afternoon recital of the season.
Pianist Inon Barnatan stepped in for an ailing colleague, offering an exquisite and inventive recital that explored musical variations.
In a casting coup, Anthony Heald has come to Philadelphia to play Herbie in GYPSY at Arden Theatre.
Curtis Opera Theatre fails to make the case for LA RONDINE as a neglected classic.
Layla Claire and John Chest appear as Mozart’s unhappily married Count and Countess weeks before their own nuptials.
A sense of familiarity permeates THE PRISONER OF ZENDA, Matt Tallman’s adaptation of Anthony Hope’s novel of intrigue, adventure, and mistaken identity
Cameron Kelsall has some ideas for the new executive director.