In a new series, Phindie takes a walk down memory lane to briefly revisit memorable theater performances in Philadelphia and environs.View More Looking Back at the Theater: Remembering two outstanding performances at Bristol Riverside Theater (BRT)
Bristol Riverside Theatre’s snazzy Next to Normal leaves reviewer Josh Herren cold.View More NEXT TO NORMAL (Bristol Riverside): Rock concert or psycho-drama?
Mel Brooks’s THE PRODUCERS has gone from Screen Comedy to Musical Comedy to Screen Musical Comedy and back to the stage again.View More THE PRODUCERS (Bristol Riverside): Bialystock & Bloom, mini-Madoffs of the theater world
I went in to the show a doubting Thomas a came out a believer.View More JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (Bristol Riverside Theatre): In a little river town a great but shopworn rock opera is reborn
New York City deputy mayor Charlie Brock and his wife Myra are hosting a posh party, but something is amiss.View More RUMORS (BRT): 60-second review
Julia Cho’s lofty romantic comedy examines the beauty of language and the failure of humans to communicate.View More THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE (BRT): A poetic parable about the language of love
Henrik Ibsen’s classic gets a beautiful production at Bristol Riverside Theatre.View More AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE (BRT): Pollution and politics
Neil Simon’s autobiographical comedy, LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR, offers an intimate, insightful, and uproarious glimpse into his experiences as a junior writer for Your Show of Show—the influential TV program that ran on NBC from 1950-54, and was the first to incorporate sitcom sketches into the traditional variety-show format.View More LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR (Bristol Riverside Theater): The Humor and Hysteria of 1953