David Hare has the uncanny knack of being able to talk out of both sides of his mouth.
The precision and sense of drama makes you almost forget this is a concert and not a fully staged production.
The musicians are terrific and there are some sweet moments, but too much is lost
A professional production of a prizewinning student-written play
An upcoming production at Allens Lane Theater returns the play to the stage, giving audiences a new opportunity to revisit the still-contemporary comedy.
Pittsburgh native Mike Cefalo is making his way across the country with a band of lost musicians.
Media Theatre hosts a memorial service for Ann Crumb, December 29
At Whitey’s bar, gentrification and poetry are on the menu.
Maybe one day I’ll be able to scrape its rancid essence from my memory entirely.
When the singing stops on Christmas Eve in bombed-out Europe: Sitting at my computer in Philadelphia, looking back
Memories of a childhood Christmas in war-torn Europe
“In the realm of the unknown, kids and adults have pretty much the same needs: courage, resilience, protection.”
Neil Goldberg is spreading holiday cheer one city at a time with his stage extravaganza Cirque Dreams Holidaze.
Martin Zimmerman’s visceral, thoroughly modern, elegant one-woman show inspired by the tragic 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting.
InterAct’s 2018/19 Core Playwrights Program culminates in a series of free readings showcasing the work of four local playwrights.
Philadelphia gets a visit from Bikini Bottom in Spongebob the Musical.
Director Matt Pfeiffer talks about directing a one-actor play about gun violence
Takeaway: Bring your kids to this unique Philadelphia area tradition!