George Balanchine’s THE NUTCRACKER (PA Ballet): Much more than a holiday tradition

A brilliant NUTCRACKER shows the company’s heightened artistry.

A Decade in Review

Phindie after 10 years.

ON THE EXHALE (Theatre Exile): A one-woman show handles a loaded issue

Martin Zimmerman’s visceral, thoroughly modern, elegant one-woman show inspired by the tragic 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting. 

THE GAP

To the Core: InterAct’s residency program culminates in four free readings

InterAct’s 2018/19 Core Playwrights Program culminates in a series of free readings showcasing the work of four local playwrights.

SPONGEBOB THE MUSICAL (Forrest Theatre): An Unlikely Hero

Philadelphia gets a visit from Bikini Bottom in Spongebob the Musical.

FALL SERIES (BalletX): Stellar ballet

An unexpected holiday show from BalletX

LITTLE JOE (dir. Jessica Hausner): Film review

A high concept, a solid design, and more than a few creepy moments rooted in existential terror, but struggles to fill a feature-length run-time

On Target: Matt Pfeiffer talks about directing ON THE EXHALE

Director Matt Pfeiffer talks about directing a one-actor play about gun violence

LITTLE RED ROBIN HOOD (People’s Light): What is a panto?

Takeaway: Bring your kids to this unique Philadelphia area tradition!

[nyc] A New(ish) EVITA at New York City Center

Director Sammi Cannoid brings a lot of thought to the Webber/Rice juggernaut EVITA. Can the show’s libretto handle it?

Top Secrets of Passing Microsoft 70-740 Exam: Do Exam Dumps Help?

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Philadelphia Theater Calendar December 2019

Philadelphia theater calendar for December 2019

Neal Zoren’s Plays to See in Philadelphia This December

Previewing December theater in Philadelphia

Chris Davis Ballet

Comedy in Sketch: YOUR SUNDAY BEST

An awesome recurring show with a line up of comedians and comic performers

AWAY (dir. Gints Zilbalodis): Film review

A terrifying yet starkly beautiful world

[nyc] SLAVE PLAY (Golden Theatre): Process this!

Jeremy O. Harris’ brilliant SLAVE PLAY is designed to shock, provoke, and trigger. It succeeds on all fronts.

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AN ILIAD (Arden): Rage returns to Ilium

A bold, visceral performance giving the strong script its due.

[nyc] YOUNG MAN FROM ATLANTA (Signature Theatre): Times change

The style—despite a major cast—might be best described as wooden realism

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[nyc] PUMPGIRL (Irish Repertory Theatre): Things are fine in Irish drama

Everywhere you turn, there’s another Irish play, and each seems better than the last.