We’re welcoming April with the fifth annual Philadelphia Theater Week, and a roundup of other shows happening this month!View More April Roundup featuring Philly Theater Week
Philadelphia Theatre Company’s production of Chelsea Marcantel’s emotional and thought-provoking Everything is Wonderful is gorgeousView More EVERYTHING IS WONDERFUL (PTC): 60-second review
Ranked list of Philadelphia theaters by seating capacityView More How Big Is That Theater? Seating capacities of Philadelphia theaters
Henrik Eger considers PTC’s Sweat, Walnut’s Holiday Inn, and the state of American culture.View More America the Beautiful, America the Ugly: An open letter to a German visitor
Why does SWEAT appeal to us, as aging urban middle-to-upper-to-upper-upper-class theatergoers? Do we hope to understand? Relate? Gawk? What do we applaud?View More SWEAT (PTC): What’s the matter with Reading?
Cameron Kelsall has some ideas for the new executive director.View More How should Philadelphia Theatre Company rebrand itself?
What a funny, nasty, smart show.View More HAND TO GOD (PTC): The human comedy with sock puppets
If you’ve ever seen an inscription in a used book and envisioned the person who wrote it, or stumbled upon a note meant for someone else and marveled, FOUND is speaking to youView More FOUND (PTC): 60-second review
Ken Ludwig’s idea of turning a Sherlock Holmes story into a comedy isn’t groundbreaking, which means the execution of the idea needs to be really good to stand outView More BASKERVILLE (PTC): The adventure of the omnipresent detective
Life involves shit and gets messy. Life is anguish and suffering. Life is also care, love, frustration, solace, and release. Life is not easy for…View More  ON THE CONCEPT OF THE FACE REGARDING THE SON OF GOD (Societas Raffaello Sanzio): Fringe review
It’s a pretty safe bet that you didn’t have a high school teacher as cool as Aaron “Gobanna” Pleasant. By turns musician, radio DJ, and teacher at Philadelphia Mennonite High School, Pleasant wrote KARMA 101 to teach high schoolers about the realities of growing up, making decisions, and higher education.View More KARMA 101 (GoCar Productions): 60-second review