Revisiting Philly theater history through the eyes of one of its finest critics.
Remembering Philadelphia theater history through the eyes of a venerable theater reviewer.
The “one-and-done” premiere problem and filling more theaters through “rolling WORLD premieres”
From being bullied to falling in love with Judy Garland. Tyler Houchins takes us down the yellow brick road.
Henrik Eger interviews the star of Quintessence’s KING LEAR
I didn’t dare to tell anyone what “Depp” means to German-speakers, as I didn’t want to spoil the most unusual Valentine’s date I had in my entire life. Yes, Johnny…
Is the Christmas period still a financial savior for their theaters and choruses.
Henrik Eger’s entertaining, yet sensitive review of a fun holiday show.
“Mentors and protégés exist everywhere”: Interview with playwright Donald Margulies on COLLECTED STORIES
Donald Margulies talks about COLLECTED STORIES and more
An open letter to a theater legend.
Henrik Eger considers PTC’s Sweat, Walnut’s Holiday Inn, and the state of American culture.
Henrik Eger interviews the star of Hedgerow’s new production of a classical Greek tragedy.
Henrik Eger talks to actor Amanda Schoonover about Sarah Kane and her career.
This Fringe, the Department of Theatre and Dance at West Chester University of Pennsylvania (WCU) presented Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill, a Musical Voyage,with a cast from the Theater and Drama Department.
Touring Marx in Soho in Britain and the US: Interview with Bob Weick, Celebrating Marx’s 200th Birthday, Part 2
Part 2 of Henrik Eger’s interview with Bob Weick.
“When I step on the stage as Marx, I directly challenge the system”: Interview with Bob Weick, Part 1
Bob Weick has taken Howard Zinn’s MARX IN SOLO all over the U.S. He’s now taking it to England
“I Can’t Kiss Myself Alone”: The Wit and Retro Style of Berlin’s Max Raabe and His Palast Orchestra. Interview by Henrik Eger
One of Germany’s most popular singers launches his North American tour this week.
Henrik Eger talked to the IRC cast about their production of Jean Anouith’s play.
Quintessence Theatre’s production of WAITING FOR GODOT just closed. Henrik Eger spoke to the director about his background and his experiences directing Samuel Beckett’s classic.
A comedy little known in its native Britain has become a cult favorite in Germany.