A great play for history buffs and hibernophiles.
This thoughtful production changes how we see the world and ourselves
From the author of such children’s classics as The Giving Tree and Where the Sidewalk Ends comes a socially insightful series of vignettes
Curio’s designers have created a bubble of no time, no place, in which anything or nothing can happen.
AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (Allens Lane): This production of Agatha Christie’s classic stays close to the original
The real horror of Christie’s original ending sits in discord with the show’s campy beginning.
The simple tricks of the stage awe an audience of CGI-era children, showing that even something as normal as friendship can be magic.
Inis Nua Theatre Company’s 2011 breakout hit DUBLIN BY LAMPLIGHT returns to the stage in partnership with Drexel University’s Mandell Professionals in Residence Project
“God hates fags!”, “God hates you!”, “God hates porcupines!” It’s cathartic to hear the argument yelled back at the haters who so recently visited Philadelphia: “God is love!”
They recite Rumi, the poet champion of romantic love, and remind Darya how beautiful and painful love can be.
PANGAEA: A FOLK OPERA doesn’t seem to ask a question, but gives a heartfelt answer
An ancient story with artful clowning and spacy synth score.
Jane’s subconscious is in the bathtub, and her name is Ophelia
“Gay PIRATES OF PENZANCE? Isn’t that redundant?” It’s more like Gilbert and Sullivan’s zany comedy is finally fully realized.