Plough Pic Covey and Fluther

THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS (Irish Heritage): Human portraits of a bloody struggle

Dives into the lives of Irish tenement dwellers at the time of the 1916 Easter Rising

Chelsea Manning portrait by Alicia Neal

“Nothing about us without us”: The Radicalisation of CHELSEA Manning

When does the subject trump gender identity? Responses to the latest Inis Nua production.

SeanLally, StephIozzia, JoeWozniak, and AdrienneHertler

NOTHING TO SEE HERE (Found Theater Company): Experience the chaos

At times, the play feels like a bad dream, at others like an epiphany; at times confusion seems the primary sensation clouding the experience.

Jennifer Childs as Abbey

I WILL NOT GO GENTLY (1812): Rage, rage against the dying of the light

The production keeps audience members of all ages laughing with outrageous and suggestive songs by Jennifer Childs and Christopher Colucci.

BielloMartinSongbook

THE BIELLO MARTIN SONGBOOK: A famous Philly couple invites us into their wondrous world

The cabaret show is composed of an entertaining collection of songs written over the years by longtime collaborators and life partners.

Ben Dibble as John Adams and xxx as Abigail in 1776 The Musical. Photo by Maura McConnell

1776: THE MUSICAL (Media): Not your textbook history production

1776 will make you laugh, might even make you cry, and will most certainly be more enjoyable than the lectures of your middle school history teachers.

Damon Zarro and Gregory Holmes Jr.  in YOUNG FREDERICK DOUGLASS (Photo credit: Jen Jaynes)

YOUNG FREDERICK DOUGLASS (Beacon): From slave to American hero, the pen defeats the whip

The play celebrates and honors the life of a great American hero in a way that allows adults and young people to see how much can be accomplished through learning and perseverance.

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RODEO (Quince): “Who you calling a lady?”

Throw your preconceived notions about gender aside and ride your own exasperated mule to Quince Productions’ staging of RODEO.