For almost three decades, hundreds of theater artists and young companies spread their wings at the Shubin Theatre, Denise Shubin’s converted house on Bainbridge Street.View More “We are not nearly as special as we think we are!”: Denise Shubin gives a candid interview about the Philadelphia theater community
The much-loved little Shubin Theatre is closing. Rich Rubin shares his memories and thoughts.View More Making Dreams Happen: The closing of the Shubin Theatre
Fernando Arrabal’s FANDO Y LIS stands as an exemplar of mid-20th century modernism, alongside other practitioners of the Theater of the Absurd.View More FANDO Y LIS (Emily Schuman): Fringe Review 81
Wild Plum Productions’ abridged staging of THE YELLOW WALLPAPER succeeds in capturing the chills and insight of the original work.View More THE YELLOW WALLPAPER (Wild Plum Productions): Fringe Review 63
Needless to say, with over forty individual shows slated to pop up across Philly from June 19-29, it can be hard to decide where you’re going to spend your pocket money.
To give you a clearer picture of what’s in store, freelance writer/performer Julius Ferraro conducts a series of flash interviews of our artists!
In episode two, we get Chaplin in Queen Village, time travel in South Philly, and brain spasms in Kensington.View More SOLOW FLASH INTERVIEWS 2014, EPISODE TWO: DOUGLAS WILLIAMS, GAVIN WHITT, and HANK CURRY
With clever repartee, SNOWGLOBE cleverly tackles deep existential questions. Under Bill McKinlay’s direction, the actors bring life and nuance to the clever Beckettian back-and-forth.View More SNOWGLOBE (MacKnight Foundation): 60-second review