There’s something to be said about a mystery that simply crumbles once its secrets are revealed
The Florida Project is easily Philadelphia Film Festival’s most buzzed about exhibition.
Philadelphia Orchestra principal bassoonist Daniel Matsukawa was featured in a chamber music program presented by the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society and the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia
Featured as part of the Greater Filmadelphia programming block, Flesh and Blood is Mark Webber’s semi-autobiographical tale of addiction and redemption.
Storyteller and acrobat Nick Gillette is best known for his work with Almanac Dance Circus Theater, which he cofounded in 2013. But he also dabbles in comedy and demon summoning….
A cast of incredible movers highlights the long-term success of the company and range of the work they present.
Bloody Milk is a sort of genre-less affair which could best be described as “occupational drama
dressed up like a thriller.”
What does the day owe to the night?
The term ‘found footage’ is typically reserved for horror, where it describes a specific filmmaking style. With Jane, the stunning documentary about conservationist, Jane Goodall, the term is a literal…
I, Tonya wants to be about love.
Dan Scully considers I, Tonya; Thoroughbreds, and The Villianness.
What is most impressive about Breathe is its unimpressiveness. And that is a sincere compliment.
cell-phoneThere should be a federal law to keep smartphones out of entertainment venues.
The sterile corporate-speak of modern business pervades Aaron Loeb’s darkly comic contemporary play
The beauty on stage dressed every kind of part and made it possible to learn about the different styles of opera singing and acting.
Performance in Sketch: BLACKOUTS: Twilight of Idols (Dickie Beau at the Crossing The Line Festival with Abrons Arts Center)
This US premiere of BLACKOUTS: Twilight of Idols brings together an audience on stage to witness the underbelly of The Crossing The Line Festival.
Renée Fleming has been at the forefront of classical music for three decades.
Innovative London-based company Frantic Assembly is coming to Philadelphia on October 18, 2017, with a Devised Theater Workshop
Casting actors you don’t know is like getting a dog from the animal shelter. Shit is cool for a while but then they flip the fuck out and bite you or run away.