There’s something to be said about the current state of the world. It seems more bad things are happening, and most of us are lost in the middle. That sense of helpless solitude is at the heart of Bruce Graham’s dark and satirical play, Any Given Monday, now being presented at Plays & Players Theatre.
Ciccarelli asks readers if they “remember their first beer.” Then he tells them why do they do.
Columnist Max McCormack says Eric Conger’s script needs more urgency.
Mauckingbird Theatre Company’s collaboration honors gay writers Baldwin and Capote with university connections.
Columnist Max McCormack says the city’s theaters will surprise and delight audiences this season.
A production put together by Temple faculty and students, Shot! observes the city’s social troubles.
The legendary performing arts venue prepares to make the jump from rundown to rejuvenated.
A global phenomenon, Cirque du Soleil goes beyond the idea of a circus, incorportating elements that stimulate the senses in a mystifying show.
“The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” called to mind a tragic Wyoming murder on its 11th anniversary.
The largely hyped-up interactive experience fails to capture the spookiness and mystery behind Edgar Allen Poe’s fiction.