No published or produced play has been the source for a Best Adapted Screenplay award since 1989.
Asya Zlatina and Dancers is a constant reminder for myself that Philadelphia dancers are connected and collaborating with each other.
Henrik Eger talked to the IRC cast about their production of Jean Anouith’s play.
Quintessence Theatre’s production of WAITING FOR GODOT just closed. Henrik Eger spoke to the director about his background and his experiences directing Samuel Beckett’s classic.
Philadelphia natives Rob McClure and Maggie Lakis are returning home for SOMETHING ROTTEN.
A comedy little known in its native Britain has become a cult favorite in Germany.
V2: Creation Myth follows up and updated the themes from The Vagina Monologues.
Desi Oakley is donning an apron and baking her way across the country as Jenna in the national tour of WAITRESS
Annenberg Center presented a program of music and theater, with a Beethoven performance by the Daedalus String Quartet and a staged reading by playwright Michael Hollinger
Nadine Bommer Dance Company’s Invisi’Ball was a participating artist in the 2018 International Performing Arts for Youth showcase in Philadelphia which happened last week.
Thom Nickels contemplates revolution after seeing LES MIZ at the Academy
Paul Osborne’s 1939 comedy gets a new production in Malvern, PA.
Sketch artist Chuck Schultz visited Manhattan to see a Houston company’s concert-theater interpretation of In Search of Lost Time.
This month, PAPA seeks to solidify its presence in the city with its first full production, Tiger Style! by Mike Lew.
I’ve been sitting in on some of the absurdist theater company’s rehearsals, sketching and liking what I see.
This month, actor Summerfield showcases another side of her talents with MARY SHELLEY, a solo performance she created for rare book museum the Rosenbach.