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Popcorn Falls is not the town it used to be! The historic waterfall (with some fictional connection to George Washington) has been dammed up. Tourists aren’t coming. The libraries and...
For those that were worried that Turn, a musical exploration of being a black woman in America through the lens of Shakespeare’s Othello, might be too academic, M’Balia Singley is...
I ♥ ALICE ♥ I at Curio Theatre feels a lot like home to Josh Herren
Philadelphia Theatre Company’s production of Chelsea Marcantel’s emotional and thought-provoking Everything is Wonderful is gorgeous
Josh Herren realizes he simply loves HELLO, DOLLY!
Theatre Exile's newest offering left Josh Herren cold. He is trying to figure out why.
A work of incredible importance to American theatrical history
A delightfully immersive peek into “bed culture”
We are living in absurd times
We start to experience the world as Lear might, slowly losing their sense of reality
There's manic energy to this parody of ABC’s hit The Bachelor
A play of little importance
Interview with PFS programming director Travis Trew about Bong Joon-Ho's films before PARASITE
At Whitey’s bar, gentrification and poetry are on the menu.
Philadelphia gets a visit from Bikini Bottom in Spongebob the Musical.
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?
Jeremy O. Harris’ brilliant SLAVE PLAY is designed to shock, provoke, and trigger. It succeeds on all fronts.
“It’s not Ibsen,” I reminded myself, “It doesn’t have to be Sondheim. Just enjoy the show and have fun!”
Bucks County Playhouse’s stunning production of ONCE leaves audiences hungry for more.
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.