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Irish Heritage Theatre's Fringe Fest entry, Billy Roche's 'Lay Me Down Softly' features solid performances but ultimately loses the fight. Cara Blouin reviews.
Jeremy Gable's 'Watch Me Jump' world premieres his own play in video game format. Cara Blouin considers.
A summer tradition continues with Shakespeare in Clark Park's production of 'Twelfth Night.' Cara Blouin reviews.
The stage adaptation of Mitch Albom's bestselling memoir 'Tuesdays with Morrie' keeps its characters at arm's length. Cara Blouin reviews.
Philadelphia Asian Performing Artists presents its Mini-Residency Showcase featuring works in progress from three emerging artists. Cara Blouin reviews.
'xoxo moongirl' combines aerial work with narrative and dance to tell the autobiographical story of a family in crisis. Cara Blouin reviews.
Applied Mechanics' 'This Is on Record' takes a 50-year look back at our political arena and finds remarkable similarities. Cara Blouin reviews.
Alma's Engine brings Eppchez!'s 'Publik Private' to SoLow Fest and examines the four faces of two historic people. Cara Blouin reviews.
Die Cast's interactive SoLow entry 'Pre-Phyre' brings together an apocalyptic event and fascinating characters. Cara Blouin reviews.
Philadelphia Artists' Collective brings serious acting to a very silly play based on a 19th-century true crime tale. Cara Blouin reviews.
RuPaul's Drag Race All-Star Braden Chapman (a.k.a., Mimi Imfurst) heads reTHEATER's 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch,' but sexual harassment allegations that dogged him offstage won't disappear af…
Simpatico Theatre's production of Caridad Svich's 'Red Bike' serves the playwright better than its script. Cara Blouin reviews.
Barcode Circus Company's 'Sweat and Ink' brings exciting feats to the stage along with an interesting story, but sometimes those lines blur in unfortunate ways. Cara Blouin reviews.
Coatesville Cultural Society's production of 'The Gospel at Colonus' puts the spirit back into Sophocles. Cara Blouin reviews.
Even the talented performers showcased in Hedgerow Theatre's 'The Importance of Being Earnest' can't overcome its incongruous design. Cara Blouin reviews.
The Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre are a special time for Philly's theater artists to celebrate their achievements. So, why does Cara Blouin feel so weird about them?