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Review: ‘The Addams Family’ at Washington County Playhouse

The Addams Family, made famous by American cartoonist Charles Addams in 1938 in The New Yorker, became well-loved in the 1960s when adapted for...

Review: ‘Mary Martello: Songs My Mother Taught Me’ at the Arden...

I’ve seen Mary Martello onstage more times than I can count. The 5-time Barrymore Award winner has played everyone from Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney...

Preview: Bach’s St. John Passion with Ted Sperling and MasterVoices at...

From Tevye the Milkman’s Anatevka of 1905 to the St. Nicholas Lutheran Church in Leipzig in 1724, Broadway conductor Ted Sperling is making quite...

Review: ‘An Evening with Garrison Keillor’ at Strathmore

The Music Center at Strathmore was filled with nary an empty seat. The crowd was there to see – and listen to – their favorite...

Review: ‘The Addams Family’ at The Ritz Theatre Company in Haddon...

They’re ba-ack! If you’re a fan of the macabre clan from the 1960s black-and-white TV show, inspired by Charles Addams’ series of single-frame cartoon...

An Interview with Pianist Simone Dinnerstein on Performing at Washington Performing...

American pianist Simone Dinnerstein (pronounced See-MOHN-uh DIN-ner-steen), based in New York, gained an international following the remarkable success of her recording of Bach’s Goldberg...

‘Other Desert Cities’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Other Desert Cities, a two act play by Jon Robin Baitz, is a drama with a premise that sounds like a dysfunctional family sitcom.Now...

‘Other Desert Cities’ at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for...

Unhappy Family Fights It Out at Arena Stage Other Desert Cities, the last play in the 2012-2013 season at Arena Stage, takes place on wall-to-wall...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ