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Our first Under the Radar Festivalreview: JDX - A Public Enemy
This new production of Bill Gates/Steve Jobs musical is drawing attention at Philadelphia Theatre Company [PTC], where it premiered in 2007.
Dylan Thomas's work really isn't a children's story, but a mature, droll, and warm trip down a Welsh memory lane. This production's exploratory, extemporaneous take is evidently more about e…
In this memory play and almost love story, Alan Zweibel dramatizes and shares the story of his life & times with late comedienne Gilda Radner.
Playwright Mark St. Germain’s idea to posit this fictional encounter in a quiet study on the very day Chamberlain declared war on Germany, and King George VI delivered The King’s Speech …
The Wilma Theater, unfettered by concerns of fidelity to previous productions, presents a re-thought and re-staged Angels in America, and introduces a crisp new aesthetic: white.
Despite noteworthy singing and acting this remains a high concept piece that’s slow on the ground. .
I'm sad to report that Jon Marans' new play at Bristol Riverside Theatre disappoints.
Philadelphia is fringing....
an uneasy alliance of film images, a spoof, and a lite investigation into the Leni Riefenstahl conundrum.. . .