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Rockwell, Warhol, and Warhola: A Conversation with James Warhola about Three...

Though a generation apart in age, Norman Rockwell (1894 New York City-1978 Stockbridge) and Andy Warhol (1928 Pittsburgh-1987 New York City) captured the tenor...

Interview: Jennifer Childs and Monica Stephenson Bring Holiday Cheer to Philadelphia...

1812 Productions’ Producing Artistic Director and Co-Founder Jennifer Childs teamed up again with musician Monica Stephenson, a long-time friend and former colleague at the...

‘Hexwork – A Spellbinding Burlesk Revue’ Interviews with Eyrie Twilight and...

There is a spiritual element and aspect of ritual to burlesque and sideshow, two artforms linked to Carnival (literally translated - a farewell to...

Ray Didinger and Joe Canuso Kick Off ‘Tommy and Me’ at...

When award-winning sportswriter and radio-show host Ray Didinger was a kid, he never could have imagined that he’d end up helping his boyhood hero,...

Playwright Bruce Graham Discusses His Artistic Process and Thought Process for...

Following its premiere at Chicago’s Northlight Theatre in 2015, White Guy on the Bus, a new work by Philadelphia’s prolific award-winning playwright Bruce Graham,...

Review: ‘The Electric Baby’ at Rorschach Theatre

At the center of this beautifully ambiguous and hauntingly honest play is a sick infant. The baby is peculiar, perhaps mythically so, in that...

Review: ‘Looking for Roberto Clemente’ at Imagination Stage

Searching for something fun, informative, and meaningful to do with the family this spring? Imagination Stage’s current production of Looking for Roberto Clemente is a...

Review: ‘Two Trains Running’ at Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia

It’s 1969, and we’re in a diner in Pittsburgh. The sweet sounds of soul are on the jukebox, and the harsh sounds of revolution...

Review: ‘The Piano Lesson’ at McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, NJ

August Wilson's The Piano Lesson is, on its surface, just a story about a brother and sister who argue over whether to sell a...

‘Andréa Burns is On Her Feet!’: A Chat at The Marquis...

Andréa Burns. Note the accent over the e in the lady's name. That puts  the emphasis on its second syllable and indicates something latina...

An Interview with Antony Walker, Artistic Director of Washington Concert Opera

The operas of early 19th century master Gioachino Rossini play a big part in the life of Maestro Antony Walker. The artistic director of Washington...

Meet the Director and Cast of Prince George’s Little Theatre’s ‘Once...

In Part 6 of a series of interviews with the director and cast of Prince George’s Little Theatre’s Once Upon a Mattress, meet Ken Kienas and Shane Conrad. Joel:...

‘Seven Guitars’ at No Rules Theatre Company

Under the affecting direction of Michele Shay, No Rules Theatre Company's production of August Wilson's Seven Guitars raises an intimate, open-eyed  awareness of lives without long-term satisfaction,...

Sally Struthers on ‘The Full Monty’ at Riverside Center Dinner Theater...

Riverside Center Dinner Theater favorite Sally Struthers has returned to play the role of the feisty Jeanette in the musical version of The Full Monty.  Joel:...

The Kennedy Center’s 2013-2014 Theatre Schedule: 6 Musicals & New...

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announced its 2013-2014 THEATER SEASON: -A new Kennedy Center production of Henry Krieger and Bill Russell’s Side Show -Touring...

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