What could be so funny in a play written nearly 500 years ago? There is something for everyone to either laugh or balk at in this bawdy production of a play by Machiavelli.
You are advised, before the show takes off, to secure your seatbelt. DO IT!
Sothis devises experimental theater to call attention to collective and conscious freedom.
o subtitles necessary to hear praises sung for women astronomers of the late 19th century.
This scintillating exploration of the territorial tensions between a man and a woman takes us beyond the cubicle walls to the dynamic boundaries of human relations.
Steampunk opera THE DOLLS OF NEW ALBION follows four generations of a family afflicted by an anti-necrotic deed.
Shakespeare blindfolded: In the darkness, Shakespeare is illuminated.
“What can I do within this world?” ~ Nic, THE HOUR OF ALL THINGS by Caridad Svich In a riveting, nearly odic, 45 minute solo performance, directed by Zac Kline,…
Almanac Dance Circus Theatre treat their audiences to a flippin’ fantastic foray into the world of waves and seafaring.
Up and away in the Larchwood Sky Parlor, artists Corey Bechelli and Cory Cram set about channeling energies from beyond tomorrow.
Steve Gravelle is a food enthusiast. He is also an accomplished theater artist. Combine these two major ingredients and you have a recipe for some tasty interactive theater
Inis Nua brings pub theater to Philly with it’s delectable production of David Greig’s THE LETTER OF LAST RESORT
Henrik Ibsen’s classic gets a beautiful production at Bristol Riverside Theatre.
The fanciful adventures of knight errant Don Quixote and loyal his sidekick Sancho Panza are refreshingly revived.
In THE GOLDEN COACH, a comedy, author and director Yaga Brady takes the audience back to 1770 in Lima, Peru. We meet the Spanish Viceroy, Manuel de Amat y Junient…