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Review # 2: ‘The Comedy of Errors . . . at...

If you’re a lover of impossible opposites, or have ever wondered what it would be like to wander into a mirthful merge—or, in the...

‘Antigone’ at The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia

The Wilma is a theater known  for being original and taking risks, and Antigone is no exception. As part of the larger Unburied Bodies project,...

Meet the Director and Cast of ‘All My Sons’ at Peace...

In Part 9 of a series of interviews with the Director and cast of Peace Mountain Theatre Company‘s production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, meet...

Meet the Cast of 1st Stage’s ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’: Part...

This is the first in a series of interviews with the cast of 1st Stage's One Man, Two Guvnors.' Meet Doug Wilder. Alex: How did...

‘Oedipus the King’ at Catholic University

Oedipus the King has long been considered the archetypical tragedy. Jam packed with irony, Sophocles lays bare the heartbreak of the human condition. People and...

‘Antigone’ at Glass Mind Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Piety shown the dead is pity in vain. Though your loyal reverence will not be wasted if you come out to see the Glass...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ