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Father, Son, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Interviews with Producer/Director...

Harry Dietzler, the executive and artistic director of Upper Darby Summer Stage, one of America’s oldest and most successful theater programs for young adults,...

Review: ‘The Gift’ at Walnut Street Theatre

The fun, and perhaps coyness, of The Gift, Will Stutts’ gentle and constantly engaging play at the Walnut Street Theatre’s Independence Studio through March...

Review: ‘Hello! Sadness!’ at FringeArts

Mary Tuomanen’s fiercely political solo performance Hello! Sadness! dreamily jolts through time and space. It blends together disparate historic figures and fictional characters, from...

Review: ‘Memphis’ at Ritz Theatre Company

“How could people be so bad that make me feel so good?” That is the rhetorical question posed by white DJ Huey Calhoun, a...

Review: ‘Breathe Smoke’ at Orbiter 3

Douglas Williams’ Breathe Smoke, a world premiere being presented by the Orbiter 3 Collective, tells the story of four people whose public lives and...

‘Becoming Dr. Ruth’ at Walnut Street Theatre Independence Studio on 3...

Becoming Dr. Ruth is a cute little show about a cute little lady. A one-woman show about Ruth Westheimer, the world’s most famous “German-French-Israeli-American”...

Walnut Street Theatre’s ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ at George Mason University’s Center...

After recently hearing that Driving Miss Daisy is a play that contains the “presence of love,” that statement caused the mind to begin searching...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ