A review in words and sketch by Chuck Schultz and Yumna Tolaimate
From being bullied to falling in love with Judy Garland. Tyler Houchins takes us down the yellow brick road.
Sketches of the musical by Chuck Schultz.
Justin Geiss talks about working as a “swing” performer who can be called on to take the stage at a moment’s notice.
Phindie interviewed director and choreographer Bryan Koulman about the program and his passions for dance and music.
Lemire talks to Debra Danese about the unique challenges of bringing acrobatics and skating together.
There’s new performing arts festival in town: Trade School PHL/LAX runs June 5-8
Rennie Harris: Funkified is inspired by the funk music of his youth.
Sean Thompson returns to the Walnut Street Theatre in the new production of Legally Blonde: The Musical, an adaption of the hit comedy film.
Theater takes us out of the fictional world we occasionally mistake as real.
Broadway veteran Liam Tobin will lead the cast of Book of Mormon as Elder Price when the show returns to Philly this month.
Since he met ballet at age of 8 when his parents brought him to the Academy of Music to see the Nutcracker by Pennsylvania Ballet, Ian Hussey lived a life…
“It’s all a marathon, not a sprint”: Interview with Keith Illidge on Inis Nua’s production of UNTITLED
Tina Gill interviews Keith Illidge about his work and role in Inis Nua’s UNTITLED
An iridescent light shining on a crater with life crawling out of it.
Chuck Schultz sketches one half of the “Censured” series of South African plays
Grounds that Shout! (and others merely shaking), explores connections between faith, movement, race, and the body, with a focus on the African American religious experience.
“If you really look at dance, look at Soul Train. “
Raymond Croce, artistic director of South Camden Theatre Company, decided “he wanted to stage a play that would speak to a younger audience from across the Delaware Valley. One that…