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Director Matt Pfeiffer talks about directing a one-actor play about gun violence
Takeaway: Bring your kids to this unique Philadelphia area tradition!
Director Sammi Cannoid brings a lot of thought to the Webber/Rice juggernaut EVITA. Can the show’s libretto handle it?
Philadelphia theater calendar for December 2019
Previewing December theater in Philadelphia
An awesome recurring show with a line up of comedians and comic performers
A terrifying yet starkly beautiful world
Jeremy O. Harris’ brilliant SLAVE PLAY is designed to shock, provoke, and trigger. It succeeds on all fronts.
A bold, visceral performance giving the strong script its due.
The style—despite a major cast—might be best described as wooden realism
Free family-friendly classical music
Everywhere you turn, there’s another Irish play, and each seems better than the last.
The Royal Ballet screens a wonderful kickoff to the holiday season.
Among his many other skills, Tristan McIntyre can proudly add “planktonic copepod” to his list of theater roles. McIntyre joins SpongeBob and the proud residents of Bikini Bottom in the.…
“It’s not Ibsen,” I reminded myself, “It doesn’t have to be Sondheim. Just enjoy the show and have fun!”
Playwright Anna Ziegler drops us deep into an intricate game of high-stakes tennis
Spice up your weekend with a funny, sexy, and painful web series from local filmmaker Irina Varina
Philadelphia's music scene is popping.
Walnut Street Theatre’s production of Shrek has Julia Udine transforming between princess and ogre.
A witty as well as funny musical that brought the happy house game.
Have that devilish little Irishman on your side
Victoria Aaliyah Goins shines in a new play by a hot young playwright
What is contemporary ballet? Where is it heading? Pennsylvania Ballet offer some answers.
Today we are celebrating the lives of those who have fought for our country.
Bucks County Playhouse’s stunning production of ONCE leaves audiences hungry for more.
Suspense is just a side effect to this crime-ridden film that's not a crime film
Above all, have fun writing your reviews.
Another, brief take on InterAct Theatre's latest production
Chris Davis displays an amazing talent to paint with memory and to share the fruits of his personal experience and imagination.
Curio’s The Mystery of Irma Vep requires virtuosity. Watching the production turns out to be more exhausting than fun.
Bristol Riverside Theatre’s snazzy Next to Normal leaves reviewer Josh Herren cold.