The Arden’s sometimes wonderful riff on Chekhov is far subtler than it sounds.
With this flawed but powerful new work, Opera Philadelphia is on a significant upward trajectory.
At Lantern Theater, a great actress shines as Shaw’s bewitching anti-heroine.
Nilo Cruz’s high-minded but dramatically inert play proves drier and less romantic than it sounds.
In the opening moments of South Pacific at Walnut Street Theatre, the orchestra plays the intoxicating strains of “Bali H’ai” as we watch a […]
I have to miss most of FringeArts — but you don’t! Here are a few suggestions…
Stephen Frears’ film isn’t a great movie, but it’s a sweet and surprisingly touching one.
As Encores is about to be released, I think about my love-hate relationship with La Streisand.
The married actors, famous as Parks and Recreation’s Ron and Tammy, perform at the Merriam Theater on Saturday, August 20.
Ambiguity surrounds Louis CK’s self-produced Horace and Pete — what is it exactly?