Terrence Nolen’s production packs some surprises, and has a treasurable Rose in Mary Martello.
James Lecesne’s virtuosic, moving one-man show ends PTC’s season on a high note.
Tracey Scott Wilson’s powerful, edgy play shows Theatre Exile at its considerable best.
On her upcoming appearance here with Seth Rudetsky, her performing history in Philadelphia, and (surprise!) … how polite the locals are.
Jacqueline Goldfinger’s spellbinding new play honors centuries of theater in a voice that is distinctly her own.
There’s considerable accomplishment and comic virtuosity here in Marc Camoletti’s farce.
A fine cast, expert conducting, and beautiful designs are hallmarks of Opera Philadelphia’s production.
One of the three plot strands in Stef Smith’s sincere play is for the ages.
This amped-up version has its own rewards—especially in the marvelous Euan Morton.
What should be shocking and hilarious emerges here as kind of naughty and sort of funny.