THE INVISIBLE HAND (Theatre Exile): A gripping, thinking person’s play about the wages of self-interest
To call THE INVISIBLE HAND dramatic would be an understatement.
New Freedom Theatre’s latest teaches us that anger is a valid reaction to any play that depicts racial injustice.
A superb cast and creative artistic design bring the story of traumatic loss and joyful renewal to life in the haunting musical adaptation of a Victorian classic.
One actor plays dozens of roles in a hilarious parody of the mad scramble for reservations at a trendy restaurant in Manhattan.
Choreographer Daniele Finzi Pasca has created an innovative circus-style performance inspired by a Dalí painting.
A powerful sensory experience that can be likened to listening to an engaging storyteller while staring at the fire
An appealing evening of solo performances, Patchworks provided fresh evidence of how working collaboratively can produce dances that showcase the individuality of the dancers.
Whether you are a dance aficionado or a first time attendee, Inhale Performance Series presents a wide variety of dance artists in a showcase fanyone can enjoy.
It would not be too much to say that this has been one of the most exciting and accomplished seasons in Pennsylvania Ballet’s history.
The most talked-about play from the 2015 Fringe is revived in an equally stellar production at FringeArts.
Moses Pendleton’s concept is grandiose and its realization is magnificent.
Cirque du Soleil’s current touring show considers the world of insects in its signature combination of breathtaking acrobatics, original live music, and colorful design.
An extraordinary story of conviction and courage among a cleverly conceived catacumbal graduation of gray archival boxes.
Part storytelling and part culture sharing, Saayuja was more than the merging of art forms, it was the intermingling of cultures and politics
LITTLE WOMEN (Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion): A sincere and sentimental view of female life in Victorian times
An intimate site-specific adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved Victorian novel captures the humor and pathos of the book and the look and feel of the era.
A uniformly wonderful cast provide bright, sunshiny fun in this lively, fast-moving, exuberant staging of Gaetano Donizetti’s romantic comedy.