Hella Fresh Theater’s production of Osceola lives on in these theaterless times thanks to photographer Kyle Cassidy and videographer Brian Siano, who adapted it for the screen.View More Watch OSCEOLA the Film: Stream a recent Philly theater production
Perhaps you find yourself with some time on your hands and a yearning for those bygone days when there were theater shows in Philadelphia. To get you through these dark days, check out these video recordings of recent local shows.View More Videos of Philadelphia Theater to Get You Through the Shutdown
It is an uncertain time, to say the least. For nonprofits, it makes an already delicate business model that much more unstable. I have spoken to a number of nonprofit leaders over the past week, and one question that comes up time and time again is, “Should we ask for support right now?”View More Arts and Non-profit Fundraising in These Times: What’s okay to do right now?
The pandemic is here. It’s time for the theaters to closeView More The Shows Need To Close
Matt Pfeiffer talks love of Shakespeare and SHAKESPEARE IN LOVEView More Bringing Shakespeare to Life: Interview with director Matt Pfeiffer about SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (People’s Light)
“What I like most about POPCORN FALLS is that there is a real heart to it.”View More Excess of imagination and amazing muscle memory in POPCORN FALLS: Interview with multiple-role actors Luke Bradt and Dan Olmstead
Films from around the world are broadcast free of charge in Philadelphia by MHz Worldview on WPPTView More Snacking on Free International Films 24/7—but hurry!
Bernard Havard shares his experiences with his creative team for A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE by Oscar Wilde:View More What’s going on behind the scenes?: Interview with Bernard Havard on working with his creative team at the Walnut Street Theatre
Changes are afoot at the Wilma Theater, with Blanka Zizka moving on from her role as sole artistic director after forty years in charge of the company.View More Considering Wilma’s Next Chapter: Blanka Zizka is joined by three co-directors
Part 2 of Henrik Eger’s interview with Walnut Theatre head Bernard HavardView More As if Oscar Wilde himself had arrived on the Walnut stage: Interview with Bernard Havard on casting and working with his actors
Bernard Havard discusses the risks of running a theater as few producers and directors would be willing toView More Risks can lead to financial loss: Interview with Bernard Havard on A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE at the Walnut Street Theatre
“the local dance community has been greatly enriched by the Performance Garage throughout its 20 year history”View More A Hub for Dance Celebrates 20 Years
Henrik Eger spoke to the actors about their roles and the real-life characters behind them.View More Talking to the Roosevelts: Interview with Eleanor, Franklin, and Sara from the cast of ELEANOR at Media Theatre
Karen Peakes is portraying the sassy, outspoken Mrs. Allonby in A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE at the WalnutView More An Important Role: Karen Peakes on playing Wilde at the Walnut
What to see at Philly Theatre WeekView More 10 Picks for Philadelphia Theatre Week
Jackie Goldfinger on building a tower to god.View More Playing God: Jacqueline Goldfinger talks about her newest play
For the 40th year, Neal picks his favorite Philadelphia-area productions and performancesView More Neal Zoren’s 2019 Philadelphia Theater Critic’s Award Winners
Azuka Theatre has a long history of producing work by local playwrights, with recent years seeing the company stage new plays by Emma Goidel, R.…View More Another Play by a Local Playwright Takes SHIP with Azuka
Long before swiping on dating apps, a professional matchmaker was the way to go for those seeking help to find love.View More A Good Matchmaker: Analisa Leaming talks about HELLO DOLLY!
Interview with PFS programming director Travis Trew about Bong Joon-Ho’s films before PARASITEView More Bong Joon-Ho Before PARASITE: An ongoing series from Philadelphia Film Society