Phindie asked this year’s crop of Barrymore Award nominees about their experience of being nominated.View More 2017 Barrymore nominees: In their own words
The Arden Theatre Company’s world premiere of THE LIGHT PRINCESS mixes up a elixir of make-believeView More THE LIGHT PRINCESS (Arden): An elixir of make-believe
The simple tricks of the stage awe an audience of CGI-era children, showing that even something as normal as friendship can be magic.View More A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD (Arden Children’s Theatre): Another year with frog and toad
Theatre Horizon’s production of William Finn’s autobiographical musical comedy is filled with off-beat humor, powerhouse vocals, and a life-affirming message.View More A NEW BRAIN (Horizon): Getting a new lease on life
A superb cast and creative artistic design bring the story of traumatic loss and joyful renewal to life in the haunting musical adaptation of a Victorian classic.View More THE SECRET GARDEN (Arden): Captivating mystery and haunting artistry
Excitement, surprising winners, and a brand new award: Barrymore director Steve Pacek tells us whats in store at this years ceremony.View More Directing the Barrymores: Steve Pacek on putting together the award ceremony
This visceral production explains why humans act the way that we do, and reveres love as the most sacred of experiences.View More METAMORPHOSES (Arden): A swim with the gods
Theatre Horizon tackles Steven Sondheim’s alternative take on fairy tales.View More INTO THE WOODS (Theatre Horizon): Agony is ecstasy
Plot-wise, 39 STEPS stays quite true to the original film (often down to the dialogue), with a few other Hitchcock references thrown in for good measure. The difference? This play is the height of camp.View More THE 39 STEPS (Theatre Horizon): Thriller? I hardly know her!
Dunk the master of mystery in a vat of absurdity and you have Alfred Hitchcock’s THE 39 STEPS, a zany adaptation of the 1935 movie.…View More Video Preview: Hitchcock’s THE 39 STEPS at Theatre Horizon
I loved to read when I was a kid
And although I’m full grown I still love what I did.
THE CAT IN THE HAT was one of my faves.
Now that book is a play* and I’m giving it raves!
The Arden’s production is silly and wild.
It’s as good for adults as it is for a child.
Stretched along the long wall of Old City’s Power Plant Basement, Theatre Confetti’s set for EDITH CAN SHOOT THINGS AND HIT THEM evokes the emptiness…View More Theatre Confetti is On Target with EDITH CAN SHOOT THINGS AND HIT THEM