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2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Eugène Ionesco’s The Bald Soprano’ by...

The banality of bourgeois life, the futile desperation to find meaning in mundane existence, the trivial chatter and vapid clichés used to fill the...

Repairing and Healing the World Through Theater: An Interview With the...

Near the end of each year, Philadelphia’s only surreal theater, The Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium (IRC) —with their deeply philosophical mission statement, “We Bring Good...

Review: ‘The Enchanted’ at Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium

A colorful clearing outside a provincial French village is visited by the spirit of a murderer who enthralls Isabel, an innocent young schoolteacher obsessed...

‘Alfred Jarry and Ubu: An Opening Night to Remember’

“Merdre!” This elaboration on the French word “Merde!” caused a sensation in 1896, at the premiere of Ubu Roi (King Ubu) in Paris. Half...

2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Interview: ‘Revisiting Current Remounts of Past Hits...

Three annual Fringe favorites have chosen to remount a past hit for this year’s festival, giving audiences a chance to see the acclaimed works...

Spooky Action Theater Announces Their 2014-2015 Season with 2 World Premieres...

A Season of World Premieres Spooky Action Travels to New York and Paris, Back and Forth in Time Last of the Whyos by Barbara Wiechmann Directed by Rebecca...

‘The Bald Soprano’ at The Nomadic Theatre at Georgetown University by...

The Nomadic Theatre's production of The Bald Soprano by Eugène Ionesca is a very funny play and a wonderful production. Lorrie Damerau's surrealistic set...

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