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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is hilarious to the point of incapacitation.
In today's edition of my look back on theater from years past, I remember two Thaddeus Phillips works from 2015 and 2017: Alias Ellis Mackenzie and A Billion Nights on Earth.
Drop Dead Gorgeous takes the shiny, candy-colored world of drag and drenches it with gallons of blood
Writer/director Amelia Moses proves herself a talent to watch with this moody tale of mistrust
Kathryn Osenlund remembers two productions of I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright.
Papi Ramirez vs. Giant Scorpions proves that if you’re creative enough, you can make a pretty damn good DIY movie
They love Halloween and spooky season at Philly AIDS Thrift in Queen Village. Staff put up decorations and don inventive outfits, and the store is…
Every year, the Salem Horror Festival brings together some of the finest and most diverse voices in horror for an event that features world premieres…
Kathryn Osenlund remembers two productions from Fringe Festivals past
With a bigger budget, this concept could be turned into a much more compelling, terrifying movie, but here in this universe, it is what it is.
Josh, John, and Chris talk about the play about the rabbit you might've seen in high school
Driving by in cars like a slow-moving funeral procession, we get new perspectives from an all-female cast
In a new series, Phindie takes a walk down memory lane to briefly revisit memorable theater performances in Philadelphia and environs.
Josh, John, and Chris disagree again about Thorton Wilder. Then, they chart a path forward.
A never-performed before multi-arts show on wheels for Fringe audiences
Similar to any other market, the art market is always hustling, with buyers and sellers trading in different art commodities, services, and art pieces
Carrie Coon torches the screen contemporary version of a costume drama
For episode 23, podders Josh, John, and Chris discuss There Shall Be No Light, the third and final prizewinning play by Robert E. Sherwood.
The Fringe Festival kinda crept up on us this year, but here are a few shows we're looking out for this festival.
Maybe my love for this movie is mostly because it’s a rock-and-roll act of writing
William Saroyan's The Time of Your Life presents a colorful cast of drinkers. Josh, John, and Chris liked it a bunch.
Ambler theater begins streaming its election-themed show this week.
Olyvia Kwok, London’s most reputed art collector and investor, believes that ‘Art is unregulated’.
In this episode of Chosen by Committee, hosts Josh, John, and Chris wonder how Robert E. Sherwood won the 1939 Pulitzer.
A crafty sci-fi thriller that fans of the genre will find compelling
Oh no! John Rosenberg is moving to LA! To see him off and celebrate the 20th episode of Chosen by Committee, the podders got together and recorded LIVE in John's backyard!
George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1937 for You Can't Take it With You.
Can the performing arts survive a pandemic? Ninth Planet’s answer is a resounding yes.
Josh, Chris, and John discuss Idiot's Delight, the first of three (!!!) Pulitzer Prize-winning plays by Robert E. Sherwood.
Philly's absurdist theater company continues to bring good nothingness to life even in this time of absurd nothingness
Tempesta di Mare launches a new virtual series, Tempesta Talks, with a look at Telemann's fantastic Quixote Suite