Features

Neal Zoren’s Philadelphia Theater Critic Awards, 2018

A theater critic chooses his best theatrical works of the last year

Getting to Know Tina Brock of Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium

John Rosenberg brings his series of long-form interviews to Phindie with IRC director Tina Brock.

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Revisiting Pinter’s BETRAYAL: A commentary

An attempt to detangle this nine-scene play that’s designed to move backwards

Love Wawa®? Love Shabbat? You’ll love Brian Feldman’s newest project

Join Brian Feldman for Wawa Shabbawa January 18, 2019.

A Beautiful Portrayal: Alison Whitehurst plays Cynthia Weil

Debra Danese interviews a star of the touring production of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

The Annual Christmas “Cash Cows”: Cultural demands or financial survival for new productions?

Is the Christmas period still a financial savior for their theaters and choruses.

Best of 2018: Phindie articles you loved this year

The most-read articles on Phindie in 2018

An American soldier in bombed-out Germany: The Message of the Christmas Night

A true story by Margret Hatting, translated from the German by Henrik Eger

An exclusive interview with the Grinch who stole Christmas

You really are a mean one, Mr. Grinch! And your answers prove it.

Arden Theatre Charlotte's Web

Theater in Sketch: CHARLOTTE’S WEB (Arden)

Anaya Strutz puts on an aerial silk performance to create the miraculous spider web that saves Wilbur.

Dance in Sketch: Jessica Lang Dance Company (NextMove/Annenberg Center Live)

Jessica Lang Dance Company was at the Annenberg Center Live last weekend and it was a full house.

Comedy in Sketch: Eleanor Kerrigan and Dom Irrera at Helium Comedy Club

Chuck Schultz sketches stand-up comedians at Helium Comedy Club.

Dance in Sketch: Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers

Artist Chuck Schultz recently attended a rehearsal of Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers Fall/Spring season at the Chi Movement Arts Center

Winter Wondrettes Walnut Street Theatre

Wonderette: Rebecca Robbins on the Walnut’s holiday show

Interview with the star of Winter Wondrettes at Walnut Street Theatre.

How Big Is That Theater? Seating capacities of Philadelphia theaters

Ranked list of Philadelphia theaters by seating capacity

Talking to Willy Wonka: Noah Weisberg brings Roald Dahl’s classic to Philadelphia

Broadway veteran Noah Weisberg is starring as Willy Wonka in the national tour of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.