If you’re a fan of TV police procedurals this is the play for you.
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (Walnut): A funny thing is happening now at the Walnut
Sondheim’s classic musical in a new production is directed by Frank Ferrante.
There’s no place like home, and this winter you don’t need to drive very far to learn that lesson again at the Walnut Street Theater’s musical THE WIZARD OF OZ.
One of the great Broadway musicals, SOUTH PACIFIC is always a pleasure.
Part two of our interview with JP Dunphy details his preparations as an actor for a wide range of demanding roles
Theater from the Inside Out: Interview with JP Dunphy, multitalented DOGFIGHT actor, singer, and dancer
The son of the Temple basketball coach talks about life as an actor.
The story is a little dated, but that is part of its charm, like watching a Norman Rockwell painting come to life.
Sharp performances keep 9 TO 5 so consistently entertaining it masks a contrived plot and mediocre music and lyrics.
The historic Walnut Street Theatre celebrates two milestones with its mainstage presentation of ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, written by New York playwright Joseph Kesselring in 1939: the play’s 75th anniversary and its own 205th landmark season. Directed by Charles Abbott, the Walnut Street’s crackerjack production (in association with Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, PA) whips up the perfect concoction of murder, mayhem, and misplaced “mercy,” topped with a large dollop of macabre madness, in this delectable recipe for hilarity.