How would knowing exactly what another person is feeling change your relationship, for better or for worse?View More EMPATHITRAX (PTC):What tools can… or, should you use to save a relationship?
Boisterous, joyful, defiant, and a little bawdy, the show may have a sketchy contraption of a plot, but you don’t go to a musical expecting Hamlet.View More The Tattooed Lady (Philadelphia Theatre Company): Tattoo as metaphor, tattoo as tattoo
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
There’s tons of great shows to see in Philadelphia this month! Here are Phindie’s picks for some of the must-see performances. The Cure at Troy…View More FEBRUARY ROUNDUP: This month’s picks
THE WOLVES has been reconfigured as a virtual performance, with the same talented all-female-identifying cast and the same devastating drama.View More Directing THE WOLVES: Nell Bang-Jensen helms a talented team at PTC
Hanna Gaffney’s character is the center of much of the action in Sarah DeLappe’s wonderfully naturalistic new playView More Tackling THE WOLVES: Star Hanna Gaffney talks about working on the new PTC production
The Philadelphia Theatre Company has hosted some remarkable and memorable plays by experienced thespiansView More Top Plays That Took Place at Philadelphia Theatre Company
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
Joanie Schultz’s direction centers on masterful and delicate performances by Bebe Neuwirth and John Dossett.View More A SMALL FIRE (PTC): 60-second review
Revisiting Philly theater history through the eyes of one of its finest critics.View More Philadelphia theater through the eyes of J. Cooper Robb, Part 2: 2004
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?
As far as I can tell, this is a satire, although you know you’re on shaky ground when you’re not sure if the play knows it’s a satire.View More SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS (Ars Nova/PTC): Hmmph
Emily Zeck brings a wealth of experience to her new role as Philadelphia Theatre Company’s managing director.View More Right Hand Woman: An interview with Emily Zeck, PTC’s managing director
Philadelphia theater writers choose their favorite plays of the last season.View More 2016-2017 Phindie Critics’ Awards
If you like your gay stories trite and tragic, this is the play for you.View More THE ABSOLUTE BRIGHTNESS OF LEONARD PELKEY (PTC): Just another queer tragedy
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
An entertaining work about a compelling character, RIZZO displays pitfalls common to biographical drama.View More RIZZO (PTC): A larger-than-life life onstage