Anthony Chan spoke with Phindie about his role as Prince Chulalongkorn.
HE KING AND I is set in a time period of colonies and colonials.
“The American theater is chock full of inward looking plays that fester over small, personal family dramas”
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (Bristol Riverside Theatre): In a little river town a great but shopworn rock opera is reborn
I went in to the show a doubting Thomas a came out a believer.
“It’s easier to fix than to create,” says director and adapter Matt Tallman of Anthony Hope’s THE PRISONER OF ZENDA running March 30 to April 30 at the historic Hedgerow…
Roundabout Theatre Company’s Tony award-winning production of CABARET will make its Philadelphia premiere at the Academy of Music April 4-9
Walnut Street Theatre’s delectable production of THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST finds just the right tone and style.
Philly theater creators experiment with physical theater, but use TV-type language. Julius Ferraro goes down a different path.
Opening Doors, No Matter What: OSLO playwright J.T. Rogers talks about the evolution of a new world classic, developed at PlayPenn (part 1)
Interview with J.T. Rogers on the journey from PlayPenn to Broadway.
IRONBOUND takes place outside of a bus stop in front of a factory in New Jersey.
Tom Lehrer is the smartest, most devilish, most perceptive, and most funny of the editorial songwriters
SIDE SHOW is a tricky piece, but there was much to savor at Media Theatre’s production
With a strong cast and design wizards the Lantern has made CORIOLANUS a visceral, lively and thought-provoking experience
Local playwright Josh Hitchens has interpreted a Civil War story by Louisa May Alcott.
The Berserker Residents take us back to school
Shakespeare made simple, and simply fun.
Former PlayPenn interns come into their own as theater professionals.
From the author of such children’s classics as The Giving Tree and Where the Sidewalk Ends comes a socially insightful series of vignettes
Yes, that was me sobbing on opening night of LOST GIRLS.