Phindie can vouch for Asya Zlatina’s STORM because we were lucky enough to sit in on a rehearsal for the emotion-capturing piece.
In Judgment of Wrongs: A biting premiere on American injustice launches Kash Goins’s residency at the Arden
In 2016, Philly playwright Kash Goins took a look at the human costs of mass incarceration in his nuanced, intimate original drama V to X (five to ten). For ten…
Even Talking about Suicide Is Difficult: Nine playwrights on collaborative playwriting with Elephant Room Productions
The subject of suicide is so taboo that few playwrights tackle the topic, and even fewer theater companies present a whole evening of plays about suicide.
What to see at the 2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival
In his 4th year here at Edinburgh it looks like Chris has become quite a popular fixture.
No Words for Arielle Pina’s NO INTRODUCTION or A White Viewer’s Guide to Reacting to NO INTRODUCTION
Arielle Pina doesn’t have words for it. She can talk about colorism , but there’s not a way to neatly explain how it has affected her.
Opera Philadelphia’s innovative general director previews the upcoming O17 Festival.
The audience gather together on two adjacent hill sides and in the middle is a stretch of grass,
Republished by kind permission from the FringeArts blog. “A Billion Nights on Earth is at the same time an adult work for kids and a kids work for adults—or in…
From a fledgling weekend-long event, Philadelphia Women’s Theatre Festival (PWTF) has become an established part of the city’s theater calendar.
A three-day Gaga Workshop, which includes a class and repertoire, open to professional dancers and dance students ages 16-and-older, is coming to the Performance Garage
Ginna Claire Mason talks about her dream role as Glinda in the national touring production.
We get the sense that every brush with every passerby contains remarkable potential.
Chuck Schultz reviews in words and image.