IRONBOUND takes place outside of a bus stop in front of a factory in New Jersey.
THE INVISIBLE HAND (Theatre Exile): A gripping, thinking person’s play about the wages of self-interest
To call THE INVISIBLE HAND dramatic would be an understatement.
In Africa as elsewhere, for queers as for everyone, life plays out messily in small tragedies and little loves.
Three cleverly interconnected survival stories about the complicated nature of life, love, and family.
Act II opens its new season with a bang with Bruce Graham’s ACCORDING TO GOLDMAN
Local theater writers vote for their favorites in twelve categories!
Part Two of Douglas Williams backstage diary as the play he wrote finishes rehearsals and opens to audiences.
Diary of a Playwright: Doug Williams tracks his thoughts as he prepares for his first professional production
Douglas Williams has partnered with Phindie to share the playwright’s perspective as a new play is developed, rehearsed, and produced
A sensational production of Franz Kafka’s story, utilizing sound, movement, color, and light to transport the audience into the eerie world of salesman-turned-cockroach Gregor Samsa .
“We all do things that are sorta good, and things that are sorta not so good.” In RED SPEEDO, each character is capable of doing those things that are sorta not so good.
At the opening night performance of LaBute’s IN A DARK DARK HOUSE I had what alcoholics refer to as a moment of clarity: Suddenly an entire oeuvre littered with cruel antihero bastards made sense.
Here’s the setup: A young man has lived with his male lover for a few years. During a spat he falls for a woman. Things have gotten complicated and he…
Finding love and self-knowledge beyond the fixed categories of sexual identity (gay, straight, or bi) is the central theme of Michael Bartlett’s COCK, now in its Philadelphia premiere at Theatre…