Two shows by Philadelphia writer Mary Tuomanen opened on consecutive nights last week, providing a singular opportunity to assess common threads tying together works by the author.
Williams avoids the metatheatrics associated with plays about performance for an inquiry into painful transitions we all must undergo.
The Walnut’s production reveals the bones of an American classic if never quite fleshes out the potential of the enduring masterwork.
The mysterious world of film noir is given a new twist as an all-female cast reconfigures the traditionally male crime-detective genre.
The experimental work is a three-part meditation on the life and death of animals under the domination of the human gaze.
Agatha Christie has always been a theatrical guilty pleasure, like sitting down with a nice genre book or singing along to top 40