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‘Murder for Two’ at Philadelphia Theatre Company

Whodunit? Who killed the famous author? Was it his wife, his mistress, or his psychiatrist? Maybe it was the author’s friends Murray and Barb, the ones who introduce themselves as “the feisty old couple.” Maybe it was Henri, the dancing French fireman. (Yes, a dancing French fireman.) Or maybe it was the boys’ choir that […]

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 (l to r) Philippe (Carl Schurr) Gustave (Wil Love), and Henri (John Dow). Photo by  Stan Barouh.

‘Heroes’ at Everyman Theatre by Amanda Gunther

There are some bonds that even time is not strong enough to dissolve. When three men who have all previously served in the Great World War, find themselves at a Veteran’s old age home, they take to passing the time by sitting out on the back terrace that overlooks the French countryside. The stunning view […]

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