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It is an uncertain time, to say the least. For nonprofits, it makes an already delicate business model that much more unstable. I have spoken to a number of nonprofit leaders over the past week, and one question that comes up time and time again is, “Should we ask for support right now?”View More Arts and Non-profit Fundraising in These Times: What’s okay to do right now?
Above all dumb political concerns, this is a “humans being hunted” movie, and it’s a pretty good one.View More THE HUNT (dir. Craig Zobel): Film review
Another take on POPCORN FALLSView More POPCORN FALLS (Walnut Street): Ups and downs and non-stop surprises
The performance on opening night proved that Pennsylvania Ballet is now one of the top ballet companies in the world.View More LA BAYADERE (PA Ballet): Overcoming criticism
The pandemic is here. It’s time for the theaters to closeView More The Shows Need To Close
Matt Pfeiffer talks love of Shakespeare and SHAKESPEARE IN LOVEView More Bringing Shakespeare to Life: Interview with director Matt Pfeiffer about SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (People’s Light)
An unexpected friendshipView More KEELY AND DU (Allens Lane): 60-second review
“What I like most about POPCORN FALLS is that there is a real heart to it.”View More Excess of imagination and amazing muscle memory in POPCORN FALLS: Interview with multiple-role actors Luke Bradt and Dan Olmstead
Popcorn Falls is not the town it used to be! The historic waterfall (with some fictional connection to George Washington) has been dammed up. Tourists…View More POPCORN FALLS (Walnut Street): A disservice to small towns and comedy
For those that were worried that Turn, a musical exploration of being a black woman in America through the lens of Shakespeare’s Othello, might be…View More TURN (Kimmel Center) 60-second review
Sebastian Barry, author of The Steward of Christendom, is a major Irish playwright. I am a major fan of Irish drama. Irish Heritage Theatre, whose…View More THE STEWARD OF CHRISTENDOM (IRT): What went wrong?
Theater in Philadelphia in March 2020.View More Philadelphia Theater Calendar March 2020
Films from around the world are broadcast free of charge in Philadelphia by MHz Worldview on WPPTView More Snacking on Free International Films 24/7—but hurry!
I ♥ ALICE ♥ I at Curio Theatre feels a lot like home to Josh HerrenView More I ♥ ALICE ♥ I (Curio): Feels like home
Philadelphia Theatre Company’s production of Chelsea Marcantel’s emotional and thought-provoking Everything is Wonderful is gorgeousView More EVERYTHING IS WONDERFUL (PTC): 60-second review
Josh Herren realizes he simply loves HELLO, DOLLY!View More HELLO, DOLLY! (touring): Call on Dolly
Families, as we know, have secretsView More [nyc] THE HEADLANDS (Lincoln Center): Unraveling a family history
Playwright Lauren Yee’s script is really two shows: an old-fashioned rock concert uncomfortably yoked to a somber history drama.View More [nyc] CAMBODIAN ROCK BAND (Signature Theatre): Rocking Off-Broadway
Theatre Exile’s newest offering left Josh Herren cold. He is trying to figure out why.View More BABEL (Theatre Exile): Uncertifiable
They sure don’t write them like this anymore.View More HELLO DOLLY! (touring): 60-second review