Time for SUPPER: Drexel presents award winning work on migration and movement

SUPPER, People on the Move! explores the complex experience of dislocation through dance.

The Convergence of Films and Video Games

In today’s world of fast technological development, video games and films are the main forms of entertainment for society.

A SMALL FIRE (PTC): 60-second review

Joanie Schultz’s direction centers on masterful and delicate performances by Bebe Neuwirth and John Dossett.

Franklin Square Philadelphia

Philly, An Overview: The cradle of US democracy and the legendary cheesesteak

A brief guide to Philadelphia highlights for visitors

A Millennial’s Guide to Seeing Theater in Philly and Still Paying Your Rent

Theater tickets are expensive. What’s a young theater lover in Philadelphia to do? 

BURIED CHILD (EgoPo): A powerful production of a difficult play

It’s very satisfying to see this 1978 play revived; it still speaks to us and to the American condition

WOMAN AND SCARECROW (Irish Heritage Theatre): When did this all end in tragedy?

An existential, feminist play of wildly mournful keening, filled with rich Ianguage, intense questions, and rueful comedy

DANCE NATION (Wilma): What it means to be ferociously pubescent

The constant menace of teenage ambition hums under the entire production.

THE AERONAUTS (dir. Tom Harper): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival review

Fun, thrilling, and unpredictable. An action movie for the post-superhero world.

BLOW THE MAN DOWN (dir. Bridget Savage Cole + Danielle Krudy): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival review

An exciting film from a duo of filmmakers who I will surely be watching out for.

Neal Zoren’s Shows to See in Philadelphia This November

Rundown of Philadelphia theater shows onstage this November

mccarter frankenstein review

MARY SHELLEY’S FRANKENSTEIN (Lookingglass Theatre Company at McCarter): Second review

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.

DOGS DON’T WEAR PANTS (dir. J-P Valkeapää): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival review

Even those not on board with the film’s themes will be won over by the sensory experience

The Irishman film review

THE IRISHMAN (dir. Martin Scorsese): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival review

A stunningly realized world with an ensemble of legends doing what they do best

DON QUIXOTE (PA Ballet):

A thrilling reprise from Pennsylvania Ballet

THE NIGHT ALIVE (Inis Nua): A little unlikely magic

A writer in touch with real life—and how scary it can be.

COME FROM AWAY (national tour): Welcome to the Rock

Deeply stirring and mournful, a remarkable accomplishment