Matt Pfeiffer discusses the Eugene O’Neill play ahead of PAC’s reading.View More You might be done with the past, but the past ain’t done with you: Matt Pfeiffer on O’Neill’s ANNA CHRISTIE
There’s not much I can tell you about the one-night performance at the Painted Bride Art Center on February 9, 2016. The content, performers, and format are a secret to the audience until the performance begins.View More Shhhh: Secret Show at the Painted Bride.
A stalwart of Philadelphia theater since the 1960s, Society Hill Playhouse will close on April 1, 2016. This Spring’s programming marks the final chapter in a long history.View More The Last Days of the Society Hill Playhouse
Pasión y Arte brings flamenco superstar Almudena Serrano to the Asian Arts Initiative for the second Tablao PhillyView More More Flamenco. More Wine. Tablao Philly returns with flamenco superstar Almudena Serrano
This year’s SNOWBALL, an annual winter fundraiser for Brian Sanders’ JUNK, transforms Union Transfer into a winter wonderland filled with daring dance, music, raffles, drinks, and a spectacular faux snowball fight.View More Winter’s Hottest Forecast: SNOWBALL 2016 by Brian Sanders’ JUNK will blow you away!
The new series kicks off with shorts from Sam Tower/ Plant Me Here, The Naked Stark, John Rosenberg/ Hella Fresh, and Josh McIlvain/ SmokeyScout.View More Performing Art for the Price of a Sandwich: NICE AND FRESH returns to Mount Airy
Once homeless and non-homeless performers explore their commonalities and solitude.View More Loneliness on the Street and in the Dance Studio
Frédéric François Chopin’s expressive and technically demanding piano concertos are among the finest in the classical music canon. So naturally, Polish actor Barbara Wysocka and director Michael Zadara…View More Chopin As He Was Meant To Be Heard: Without the piano
A look at the building of the impressive set for the Arden production of METAMORPHOSES.View More Diving into METAMORPHOSES: A watery stage takes shape at the Arden
Most books which were considered sexually scandalous at the time seem positively anodyne when read in the early 21st century. Marquis de Sade’s novels still make for discomforting reads.View More A New 120 DAYS OF SODOM has Something for Everyone! (If everyone’s a fan of utter depravity)
Octavia Butler’s dystopian future seems especially relevant. Can we find respite in comradeship and song?View More Sowing a Parable for our Times: Octavia Butler’s PARABLE OF THE SOWER as a concert
Random Acts of Theater and the Liberty Education Forum are riding the wave of Pope fever with the Philadelphia premiere of Melissa McBain’s ALTAR CALL,View More Pope fever continues with ALTAR CALL
There are 1.5 million black men missing from American homes. V TO X examines who and where they are.View More 1.5 Million Men Missing: New play looks at “five to ten” and the devastation of the prison system
Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium returns with its latest dive into the absurd—Eugene Ionescos EXIT THE KINGView More Tonight! Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium kicks off the Fringe with EXIT THE KING!
Part of a series of previews of shows in the Fishtown Fringe segment of the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.View More Fishtown Fringe Preview #2: POPE UP
The first in a series of previews of shows in the Fishtown Fringe segment of the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.View More Fishtown Fringe Preview #1: STRUCTURALLY SOUND (New Street Dance Group)
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?”View More Tongue & Groove asks “Who Are You? Who who, who who?”
GayFest! shows feature gay characters, but they are no more “gay plays” than plays featuring straight characters are “straight plays”.View More GayFest! 2015: Preview and schedule
Now in its fifth season, Russian Opera Workshop presents FREE in-concert opera productions of seldom-produced works by leading Russian composers.View More Tchaikovsky’s Last Opera: Russian Opera Workshop 2015 presents IOLANTA
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.View More Finding ASYLUM: New work launches at Stagecrafters