Chuck Schultz sketches a preview talk from the Phantom.
Tonight is the ceremony for the 2017 Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theater, and Phindie will be there, holding a cell phone and live tweeting about the gathering and the winners….
Abigail Mentzer makes her return to Philadelphia as a ballerina in the national tour of The Phantom of the Opera.
Renowned choreographer Helen Pickett talks about her experience as a dancer and choreographer and her vision for younger people in the dance world
What does the day owe to the night?
Dan Scully considers I, Tonya; Thoroughbreds, and The Villianness.
The beauty on stage dressed every kind of part and made it possible to learn about the different styles of opera singing and acting.
Performance in Sketch: BLACKOUTS: Twilight of Idols (Dickie Beau at the Crossing The Line Festival with Abrons Arts Center)
This US premiere of BLACKOUTS: Twilight of Idols brings together an audience on stage to witness the underbelly of The Crossing The Line Festival.
Renée Fleming has been at the forefront of classical music for three decades.
Innovative London-based company Frantic Assembly is coming to Philadelphia on October 18, 2017, with a Devised Theater Workshop
Casting actors you don’t know is like getting a dog from the animal shelter. Shit is cool for a while but then they flip the fuck out and bite you or run away.
From October 19 to 29, the Philadelphia Film Society hosts the 26th annual Philadelphia Film Festival.
E. Ashley Izard tackles one of the most daunting roles in the American canon.
It is our job as artists to create environments for people to see things differently. Pig Iron did that.
Sketches by Chuck Schultz.
[NYC] Dance in Sketch: I WILL BE THERE WHEN YOU DIE (Alessandro Sciarroni at the Crossing the Line Festival)
The Crossing the Line Festival presented by FIAF in New York brings artists from around the world to broaden our perspective.
The Brooklyn Museum welcomed its visitors to sit in on a chanting, mantra-like performance. The woman covered up delegates a cultural observance, respect, and worship. In the Brooklyn Museum, the…
This bountiful menu of music had something for every taste
My Son The Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy is actor/comedian Brad Zimmerman’s hilarious and uplifting story about the perseverance and passion needed to ‘make it’ as an artist a