The over-the-top religious satire of the musically-inclined God’s Pottery is a new kind of funny.
Warm up this winter season with some of the city’s hottest upcoming productions.
A family-run magic theater has just opened up in Philadelphia, and it’s not meant to be kept close to the vest.
'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' comes back to Philly for one sexually confusing night.
'The Government Inspector', a play from 1836, avoids falling flat because of its physical, quirky sense of humor.
The Black Student Union gives a voice to black women in a new production.
At the Philadelphia Improv Festival, even audience members have to prepare to do stand-up comedy.
'Global Warming at the Icebox' promotes public consciousness for the green movement.
In this political satire, Republican Laura Smith contemplates suicide before she decides to become an
The center’s “Theatre of the
Oppressed” examines society’s norms with lighthearted games.