Layla Claire and John Chest appear as Mozart’s unhappily married Count and Countess weeks before their own nuptials.
A sense of familiarity permeates THE PRISONER OF ZENDA, Matt Tallman’s adaptation of Anthony Hope’s novel of intrigue, adventure, and mistaken identity
We checked in with Stef Smith to find out how she approaches her work.
Cameron Kelsall has some ideas for the new executive director.
PARROT TALK follows a simple narrative arc of a woman dying on her way to the grocery store; however, nothing about her journey is linear.
Phindie met Katherine and Sarah online to get the lowdown on their collaborative project
They dusted off the rarely used Forrest Theater for this touring production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, a twenty-year-old rock musical which was itself recently dusted off for a 2014 Broadway revival.
The Arden Theatre Company’s world premiere of THE LIGHT PRINCESS mixes up a elixir of make-believe
The narrative of the play dances around anxiety, narcissism, and companionship, and the cards let truth be told.
A recent article on Philly.com displays a falls into a reductive yet prevalent view of theater as the province of New York
combines the complex questions of humanity, (such as ‘Why am I here?’) with the natural improvisation life requires, and expresses it physically alongside a healthy dose of humor.
What a funny, nasty, smart show.
This brilliant Kander and Ebb show is about the decadence of Weimar Germany and the rise of Nazism
This thoughtful production changes how we see the world and ourselves
A play with gorgeous graphics for its marketing just looks like it has its shit together. How does that happen?