Bristol Riverside Theatre’s snazzy Next to Normal leaves reviewer Josh Herren cold.
Previewing RABBIT PUNCH, two nights of short, hard, fast theater
Theater tickets are expensive. What’s a young theater lover in Philadelphia to do?
It’s very satisfying to see this 1978 play revived; it still speaks to us and to the American condition
An existential, feminist play of wildly mournful keening, filled with rich Ianguage, intense questions, and rueful comedy
The constant menace of teenage ambition hums under the entire production.
Fun, thrilling, and unpredictable. An action movie for the post-superhero world.
Rundown of Philadelphia theater shows onstage this November
There’s ethereal magic to be found in this stripped and reconstituted Victorian Gothic piece
SUNSET OF MULHOLLAND DRIVE (dir. Uli Gaulke, Agnes Lisa Wegner): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival review
Sunset Over Mulholland Drive is not interested in exploration, only adoration.
A writer in touch with real life—and how scary it can be.
Deeply stirring and mournful, a remarkable accomplishment
Theatrically spectacular but without the marvelous profundity of the source novel
In repertory with their solid production of PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, the company presents three of Synge’s one-acts as THE SYNGE TRIPTYCH.
An extended consideration of the new Synge production from Mount Airy’s Quintessence Theatre.