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Review: ‘Muddled’ at The Drexel URBN Annex in Philadelphia

Following his 2013 hit No Reservations, best-selling author, humorist, and playwright Josh Piven brings a new work to the Philadelphia stage with the world...

Review: ‘An Octoroon’ at Wilma Theater in Philadelphia

Great plays ask great questions. Sometimes, if we are lucky enough, a production finds the inherent questions in a play and interrogates them in...

‘It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play’ at Annapolis Shakespeare...

Annapolis Shakespeare Company (ASC) presents It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landay that will delight audiences of all ages. A play-within-a-play, Annapolis...

‘The Submission’ at Olney Theatre Center by Amanda Gunther

Find better words. As writers it is something that we are constantly challenging ourselves to do; find another way to say something, finding a...

Playwright Jeff Talbott on Olney Theatre Center’s Production of His Play...

Jeff Talbott's Award-winning The Submission opens at Olney Theatre Center on May 9th. Jeff enlightens us on the history of his play and the new Olney...

Part 3: ‘Raising Cain: Meet the Cast of ‘How to Write...

This is Part Three of a series of interviews with the talented cast of Round House Theatre’s How to Write a New Book for the...

‘Smudge’ at Pinky Swear Productions by Flora Scott

There are shows that are good and there are shows that are bad. There are countless shows that land somewhere in the middle. We...

Part 2: ‘Raising Cain: Meet the Cast of ‘How to Write...

This is Part Two of a series of interviews with the talented cast of Round House Theatre's How to Write a New Book for the...

Part 1: ‘Raising Cain: Meet the Cast of How to Write...

This is Part One of a series of interviews with the talented cast of Round House Theatre's How to Write a New Book for...

‘How to Write a New Book for the Bible’ at Round...

As someone who considers himself more spiritual than religiously affiliated, I was weary about Bill Cain’s How to Write a New Book for the...

‘In the Heat of the Night’ at The Bowie Community Theatre...

Argo, Alabama 1962. A white man’s death leads to the arrest of a black out of town off-duty police detective. The Emmy-Winning TV show...

‘A Clockwork Orange’ at Scena Theatre by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Good. Is being good truly good if it is not by choice? Evil has to exist along with good, in order that moral choice may operate. Evil. Which...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ