Brian Friel the Irish Chekhov.
A great play for history buffs and hibernophiles.
Celia Reisman transforms American suburbs into landscapes of the mind in four stages.
A play for people who need to be told how to feel.
If you like your gay stories trite and tragic, this is the play for you.
Philadelphia Chamber Music Society imported a deep bench of talent from New York for its final Sunday afternoon recital of the season.
Almanac Dance Circus Theatre ceaselessly invigorates audiences’ minds through their strength and ability to shape space using acrobatic feats and movement.
The company has gone through drastic changes since last season, some of which may have come with sorrow. Still they never stopped their devotion to ballet and to the Philadelphia art community.
A remarkable play navigating the deep waters of philosophy and the shallow waters of adults wearing animal costumes.
A provocative and dismaying story, conveyed through complex characters rather than through statistics and theories
Pianist Inon Barnatan stepped in for an ailing colleague, offering an exquisite and inventive recital that explored musical variations.
It feels like when I’ve rowed out to the middle of a lake alone on a cloudy-still day and suddenly I realize I’m in the middle of the lake.
I feel like I know the value of experimental theater thanks to the folks at Target Margin.
A meta take on Flaubert’s classic.
Though different in color and mood, all three pieces are entertaining and intellectual.