Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium returns with its latest dive into the absurd—Eugene Ionescos EXIT THE KING
The first in a series of previews of shows in the Fishtown Fringe segment of the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
This month, Tongue & Groove Spontaneous Theater is revisiting their popular improv show, WHO, in which the audience is asked to honestly answer the simple question “Who Are You?”
Now in its fifth season, Russian Opera Workshop presents FREE in-concert opera productions of seldom-produced works by leading Russian composers.
Based on the true story of a lesbian who fled Uganda to escape an honor killing by her father, ASYLUM traces a treacherous landscape where non-conformity is a matter of life and death.
Koresh features 33 companies in this year’s festival, which provides a professional performance platform for established and emerging dance artists alike.
A dark night of the soul is a term used to describe a spiritual crisis or a period of intense doubt and uncertainty.
Inspired by the Guinness Book of World Records, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Sam Green embarked on THE MEASURE OF ALL THINGS, an ode to the jagged edges of human experience. This…
Take It Away Dance’s latest full-length project is one of a series of contemporary tap performances the group has presented since 2007
Students develop a new musical by NYC writer David Reiser inspired by his relationship with Broadway veteran Caissie Levy.
Novels and cocktails are two of the best things in life. STORIES AND SPIRITS combines them in a one-off evening of drinks and performances.
The show will feature acrobats disguised as normal visitors to the popular Clark Park Farmers Market,
Pig Iron APT Class of 2016 show May 27 & 28, 2015.
Sebastian describes SHOWBIZ as “part theater, part concert special, part social commentary extravaganza.”
Reject Theatre Project launches this week with an inventive take on Shakespeare’s CORIOLANUS courtesy of Lesley Berkowitz.
Sherlock Holmes at Home in Northwest Philadelphia: THE VALLEY OF FEAR at the Ebeneezer Maxwell Mansion
Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective stories are well suited to stage, with strong characters, a firm setting, and delicious plot lines.