Is Emma Goidel’s play theater or therapy? You’ll need to judge for yourselves.
Having deconstructed Lorca’s play, this production can’t make it whole again.
There’s a play here, somewhere. Good luck finding it.
This limp, by-the-numbers musical at the Arden lacks not only an erotic charge, but even general interest
The ideas fly fast, furious, and ominous in Aaron Loeb’s entertaining satire.
The actor and playwright, a mainstay of the Philly theater scene, is now making waves nationally.
Lizzie Nunnery’s earnest but inert play lacks a sense of forward momentum.
A chat with the cast and crew of 1812’s Buyer & Cellar.
This production is small-scale, but often imaginative and satisfying.
The emphasis on louche sexual openness, meant to shock the audience, instead makes this production feel less dangerous.