Andrew Criss

THE NIGHT ALIVE (Inis Nua): 60-second review

A quiet, human look at modern isolation

THE SEA VOYAGE (PAC): 2019 Fringe review

PAC makes waves with a solid classic comedy with simplistic use of physicality and inventive fight choreography.

THE SEA VOYAGE (PAC): 2019 Fringe review

Adventure, reunion, and love intertwine to create a scrappy maritime tale of marauding and romance.

A Welcome to the International Artists at the 2019 Fringe Festival

Henrik Eger greets international Fringe artists.

Fringe preview: Sail away with the PAC

Philadelphia Artists’ Collective hits the water with another Fringe gem.

OUR FEW AND EVIL DAYS (Inis Nua): Tantalizing ambiguity

This is difficult review to write since almost anything I’d say would be a spoiler. I can say this much: Go see it.

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO THOMAS JEFFERSON, CHARLES DICKENS & COUNT LEO TOLSTOY: DISCORD (Lantern Theater Company): Locked in limbo with literati

The Lantern team transforms an essentially all-talk playscript into an engaging, living piece of theater.

MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION (Lantern): Thought-provoking amusement

In a Philadelphia theater season with an auspicious beginning, this production of MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION might be the most auspicious of all.

THE THREE MUSKETEERS (Quintessence): Swordplay and horseplay combine in a breezy adaptation

As always with an Alexander Burns production, imagery is rife, props are creative, and jokes come as much from sight gags as from dialogue.