Some of the most beloved choruses and orchestras in the Philadelphia area became creative in entertaining audiences in safe and often unexpected ways via virtual holiday performances.?View More Holiday Concerts in Review: 6 shows that went on despite the pandemic
Driving by in cars like a slow-moving funeral procession, we get new perspectives from an all-female cast?View More A Period of Drastic Change and Reordering: Interview with THE WAY OUT artists and performers.
A never-performed before multi-arts show on wheels for Fringe audiencesView More The Way Out: New life at Laurel Hill Cemetery with an all-female ensemble of theater artists and aerialists
Matt Pfeiffer talks love of Shakespeare and SHAKESPEARE IN LOVEView More Bringing Shakespeare to Life: Interview with director Matt Pfeiffer about SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (People’s Light)
“What I like most about POPCORN FALLS is that there is a real heart to it.”View More Excess of imagination and amazing muscle memory in POPCORN FALLS: Interview with multiple-role actors Luke Bradt and Dan Olmstead
Films from around the world are broadcast free of charge in Philadelphia by MHz Worldview on WPPTView More Snacking on Free International Films 24/7—but hurry!
Bernard Havard shares his experiences with his creative team for A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE by Oscar Wilde:?View More What’s going on behind the scenes?: Interview with Bernard Havard on working with his creative team at the Walnut Street Theatre
Part 2 of Henrik Eger’s interview with Walnut Theatre head Bernard HavardView More As if Oscar Wilde himself had arrived on the Walnut stage: Interview with Bernard Havard on casting and working with his actors
Bernard Havard discusses the risks of running a theater as few producers and directors would be willing toView More Risks can lead to financial loss: Interview with Bernard Havard on A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE at the Walnut Street Theatre
Henrik Eger spoke to the actors about their roles and the real-life characters behind them.View More Talking to the Roosevelts: Interview with Eleanor, Franklin, and Sara from the cast of ELEANOR at Media Theatre
Media Theatre hosts a memorial service for Ann Crumb, December 29View More Remembering Philadelphia’s Beloved Broadway Star: Ann Crumb, the down-to-earth diva from Media
Memories of a childhood Christmas in war-torn EuropeView More When the singing stops on Christmas Eve in bombed-out Europe: Sitting at my computer in Philadelphia, looking back
An extended consideration of the new Synge production from Mount Airy’s Quintessence Theatre.View More An Irish Masterpiece Still Shocking: Considering Synge’s PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD
The LGBTQ+ shows in this year’s Fringe inspire a look at queer news from around the globeView More The good, the bad, and the ugly—The latest LGBTQ+ news from around the globe
Fringe if you’re glad to be gay, Fringe if you’re happy that way.View More Fringe is Here. Fringe is Queer.
Henrik Eger greets international Fringe artists.View More A Welcome to the International Artists at the 2019 Fringe Festival
Revisiting Philly theater history through the eyes of one of its finest critics.View More Philadelphia theater through the eyes of J. Cooper Robb, Part 2: 2004
Remembering Philadelphia theater history through the eyes of a venerable theater reviewer.View More Philadelphia Theater through the eyes of J. Cooper Robb, Part 1: 2002–2003
The “one-and-done” premiere problem and filling more theaters through “rolling WORLD premieres”View More Presenting stronger new dramas by overcoming “premieritis”
From being bullied to falling in love with Judy Garland. Tyler Houchins takes us down the yellow brick road.View More Up and Over the Rainbow: The Impact of Judy Garland on the work of Tyler Houchins