John Logan’s play is executed skillfully at the Walnut Studio, but the intimate space robs it of its grandeur.
Kim Davies’ play about sexual bondage feels like a cynical exercise in edginess for its own sake.
Director Diane Paulus’s circus-style production is a visual dazzler – but two Broadway veterans walk off with the show.
Clara Brennan’s intriguing one-character play — a love-letter to libraries — gets a fine production at Inis Nua, with an extraordinary performance by Emily R. Johnson.
I was introduced to Sam Shepard’s writing when I was in college, and it was love at first read. At that point […]
It was inevitable and important that Encores would do Cabin in the Sky, the 1940 musical by Vernon Duke, John Latouche and Lynn […]
With Cold Mountain — a major new work, superbly performed — Opera Philadelphia makes another leap forward.
What’s a suitable next season for Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story, following Murder House, Asylum, etc.? How about American Horror Story: High School? […]
InterAct launches the Drake Theatre in high style – there are peaks and valleys in Kristoffer Diaz’s script, but the production is a triumph.
This dazzlingly smart, heartbreaking, genre-defying theater piece about the great Clara Bow (and much more) should be seen by every lover of theater and film.