Where are Oscar and Felix when you really need them?View More THE ROOMMATE (1812 Productions): 60-second review
In an unlikely coincidence of scheduling, Philadelphia sees the performances of three adaptations of Chekov’s Three Sisters, each helmed by a female director. Directed by…View More Three Women Direct Three THREE SISTERS
The art world can be as small as one makes it, and the codependent relationship in THE BROWNINGS begins to shut out the rest of the world.View More Theater in Sketch: THE BROWNINGS (Orbiter 3)
In a heartfelt moment, Elizabeth Barrett Browning tells her poet-husband, “I’m going to dip your cock in laudanum and fuck you til i’m high”View More THE BROWNINGS (Orbiter 3): Let me count the f%&*ing ways
IRONBOUND takes place outside of a bus stop in front of a factory in New Jersey.View More IRONBOUND (Simpatico): Does this bus stop at 82nd street?
The production keeps audience members of all ages laughing with outrageous and suggestive songs by Jennifer Childs and Christopher Colucci.View More I WILL NOT GO GENTLY (1812): Rage, rage against the dying of the light
Based upon a 2,500-year-old classical Greek play, BIG LOVE tells the story of 50 brides who show up at an Italian mansion, fleeing their 50 cousins/potential husbands.View More BIG LOVE (Villanova): 60-second review
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.View More IN A DARK DARK HOUSE (Simpatico Theatre Project): Oh! Neil LaBute is not just a sadistic prig!