Emily Zeck brings a wealth of experience to her new role as Philadelphia Theatre Company’s managing director.
Paul Taylor is one of the most important figures in the history of modern dance. Sketches by Chuck Schultz.
A desolate memory play
What better theatrical vehicle for cynicism than “meta”: how many ways can the playwright fool an audience?
Fitting that the festival which began with I, Tonya should end, at least for me, on a similar note with Borg McEnroe. While not as heightened for the purpose of…
If you’re in the mood for a misty-eyed, life-affirming moment, It’s a Wonderful Life is the show for you.
The right amount of craftsmanship can elevate even the lowest budget film into something special,
The Square uses awkward humor to explore the ridiculousness of ‘high class’ expression.
“Raped while dying,” the first billboard reads. The next, “And still no arrests,” and finally, “How come, Chief Willoughby?”
The Mechanical Theater has succeeded in reviving Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
In the Fade is less concerned with the catharsis of vengeance than it is the ethical questions that revenge naturally raises.
Easily one of my favorites of the fest so far, Thelma is one of those rare movies that is so rich, so stylish, and so thematically dense that it merits…
Among genre fans, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have become synonymous with a “microbudget sci-fi drama.” Each of their films uses a Twilight Zone-esque concept to put characters through the subversions of typical…
Spoor has all the makings of a great movie, but fails to pull them together in a satisfying way.
Although it’s not a terrible film, this is the first of the fest that I’d call a disappointment. Maybe I was tired, maybe I internally overhyped it … but maybe…
We’re not reinventing the wheel here, but it’s a well-made wheel, and it rolls forward just fine.
It’s pure delight for a film nerd to bask in Haynes’ seamless blend of homage,