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Extra! Extra! Four years ago, St. Joseph's Prep drama teacher Tony Braithwaite (same guy who runs Act II Playhouse in Ambler) took a few... [Read More]
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The school will do a pilot production for Disney. [Read More]
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Florence Foster Jenkins, the Philly diva who could not hold a tune, is the subject of "Souvenir," playing at the Independence Studio on 3 at... [Read More]
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Today's highlights: a Fringe-worthy play for kids and a play paired with cocktails for grownups. [Read More]
"I'm ecstatic," says 16-year-old Husnaa Hashim. "I didn't believe it for a while." [Read More]
Some highly Fringey guided walks at Schuylkill Banks, and Euripides afloat. [Read More]
George Wendt, who played Norm Peterson on the famed TV show Cheers, soon takes the boards at Bucks County Playhouse as J. Edgar Hoover in... [Read More]
Wednesday night at the Fringe, Iron Age Theatre offers two standout shows at the Philadelphia Ethical Society: Marx in Soho with Bob Weick at 6... [Read More]
"The Bald Soprano" and "Hello Blackout!" are good bets. [Read More]
Also coming to Philly this fall: Ta-Nehisi Coates, Dan Rather, novelist-to-watch Claire Vaye Watkins. [Read More]
Also coming this fall: a collection of Toni Morrison lectures, an Alice Waters memoir, and a brainy compendium of Philly's hidden places. [Read More]
George Wendt, who played Norm Peterson on the famed TV show Cheers, soon takes the boards at Bucks County Playhouse as J. Edgar Hoover in... [Read More]
Also coming this fall: a collection of Toni Morrison lectures, an Alice Waters memoir, and a brainy compendium of Philly's hidden places. -... [Read More]
This fall is going to bring a wave of musicals, including big Broadway classics ("Annie," "Phantom," "Cabaret", "Carousel"), recent gems, and two intriguing world premieres. [Read More]
The fall theater season in Philly gets off to a wild start with the Fringe Fest, a Sam Shepard celebration, and the rollout of some... [Read More]
Shows and theater artists come from abroad for Philly's annual theater-of-the-unusual binge (opening Tuesday and running through Sept. 24). Others go on from Fringe to... [Read More]
Ralph Weeks, director of marketing and public relations for the Walnut Street Theatre since 2003, has resigned. His last day on the job will be... [Read More]
Theatre Philadelphia's Barrymore Awards, often called "the Tonys of Philadelphia," are the height of the Philly theater year.­ - John Timpane, Philadelphia Inquirer... [Read More]
Despite a cranky sound system, "Hairspray" at the Surflight Theatre in Beach Haven, N.J., was sparkly, funny, and energetic, worth a ride to Long Beach... [Read More]
The national initiative, which finds new plays and helps underwrite productions, has launched about 75 plays with a total of 240 productions. Some of the... [Read More]
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