InterAct’s elegant but bare-bones production rarely achieves lift-off.
Irish Heritage Theatre does honor to Brian Friel’s lyrical play.
Opera Philadelphia’s scores points with its highly entertaining, visually spectacular production
Azuka’s Theatre’s cynicism-free production is a breath of fresh air.
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 […]
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