Local playwright Josh Hitchens has interpreted a Civil War story by Louisa May Alcott.
The Berserker Residents take us back to school
Every aspect of TORUK is simply breathtaking and astonishing.
Pennsylvania Ballet’s LE CORSAIRE is as gorgeous and breath-taking as it should be.
Shakespeare made simple, and simply fun.
The stillness in the endings for both Bartok’s BLUEBEARD’S CASTLE and John Adam’s DOCTOR ATOMIC at The Kimmel Center this past weekend left me with a clear image for, “all’s fair in love and war.”
Former PlayPenn interns come into their own as theater professionals.
From the author of such children’s classics as The Giving Tree and Where the Sidewalk Ends comes a socially insightful series of vignettes
Yes, that was me sobbing on opening night of LOST GIRLS.
PlayPenn interns describe what its like to work with top playwrights.
Not only successful as a forum to provide opportunities and experiences to young choreographers and dancers, the Choreographic Workshop was also very well done as a performance.
Kirill Gerstein bathed his Princeton audience in splendor Monday, February 27, when the pianist presented a recital featuring Bach, Brahms, Beethoven and Liszt at the McCarter Theatre. Nothing about this…
Interning PlayPenn, part 1: What theater students do behind the scenes of the playwriting conference
We hear from PlayPenn interns about the daily goings on of the conference.
A ballet that appeals across ages and language.
Last weekend Moving Arts of Mount Airy witnessed a gathering artists connecting subjects to their own artistic voices
What does this spacial or architectural acknowledgement yield?