Paul Kuhn is perhaps the finest designer in Philadelphia’s independent theater. He tells Phindie about his prop design for a site-specific production of Ibsen’s HEDDA GABLER.
If you don’t think every play is about sex, you shouldn’t be making theater.
From Assisi to Philadelphia: U.S. premiere of Italian cantata celebrating the extraordinary life of Hildegard von Bingen
Philadelphia is in for a musical treat: an Italian cantata based on original writings of Hildegard.
Excitement, surprising winners, and a brand new award: Barrymore director Steve Pacek tells us whats in store at this years ceremony.
Henrik Eger interviews Peggy Mecham about JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK, the second part of playwright Sean O’Casey’s “Dublin Trilogy”.
Opera Philadelphia announces its new cutting-edge direction with a twelve-day urban opera festival that will debut in September 2017.
Pasión y Arte, an all-female flamenco dance company based in Philadelphia presents the first of a quarterly performance series.
Frédéric François Chopin’s expressive and technically demanding piano concertos are among the finest in the classical music canon. So naturally, Polish actor Barbara Wysocka and director Michael Zadara (who make up the group…
New exhibit focuses on the choreographic works and also the lesser-known drawings created by dance maker Trisha Brown.
Part 2 of Lew Whittington’s series on gay identities in dance
BEYOND 20, beyond boundaries: Complexions Contemporary Ballet kicks off its 21st season in Philadelphia
Desmond Richardson, cofounder of Complexions Contemporary Ballet, talks about the company as it starts its 21st season with three premieres in Philadelphia.
A look at the building of the impressive set for the Arden production of METAMORPHOSES.
Old Friends and Frequent Collaborators Get HOOKED! An interview with Tom Reing and Charlie DelMarcelle
Director Tom Reing and actor Charlie DelMarcelle talk about their childhood, their collaborations, and Inis Nua’s upcoming production of HOOKED!
Most books which were considered sexually scandalous at the time seem positively anodyne when read in the early 21st century. Marquis de Sade’s novels still make for discomforting reads.
TV-famous fashion designer Autumn Kietponglert created a gorgeous mourning dress for an upcoming production of HEDDA GABLER.
British-born actor Harry Smith talks about his background in the UK, his life and career in Philadelphia, and his upcoming debut on Broadway.
Audiences in town to see the Pope are treated to a play by a Philadelphia playwright about a Philadelphia saint.
Henrik Eger talks to director Tina Brock about this intriguing Fringe production.