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Review: ‘Godspell’ at Villanova Theatre

Godspell has always been a show filled with spirit. Ever since its New York debut in 1971, it’s been a vehicle for a lot...

From Bethlehem to Philadelphia: An Interview with Rami Khader, Director of...

Director Rami Khader, along with a group of talented and committed artists, both male and female and of differing ages and backgrounds, founded Diyar...

Review: ‘The Gospel According to…’ at Lantern Theater Company

The new play at Lantern Theater Company is smart, funny, fascinating and entertaining. At times, though, it’s also rude, frustrating, predictable, and morally troubling....

Magic Time!: A Report on the Women’s Voices Theater Festival Reading...

The Kennedy Center’s entry in the Women’s Voices Theater Festival was a one-night-only reading of Roe, a new two-act play by Lisa Loomer that...

Magic Time! Passion for a Play: A Q&A With Michael Dove,...

Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play is an epic three-part play set in three eras—Queen Elizabeth's England, Adolf Hitler's Germany, and Ronald Reagan's America. It’s a fancifully...

‘The Imperative to Reconcile’: A Conversation with Ari Roth by John...

In the week following Ari Roth’s firing as Artistic Director of Theater J, I talked with him about his vision of theater. It was...

The Playwright’s Playground: The Playmakers CATF 2014: Director Kristin Horton Discusses...

This Special Edition of The Playwright’s Playground continues The Playmaker Series: CATF 2014.  In a series of in depth conversations, I speak with the...

‘Jerusalem’ at The Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum’s Johnson IMAX Theater by...

If Secretary of State John F. Kerry is willing to think way outside the box in his attempts to break the seemingly eternally intransigent...

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