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REVIEW: In Sensitive Guys at InterAct, Satire with a Heavy Hand

The deliberately open-ended title, Sensitive Guys, doesn’t tell you much. But two comments about MJ Kaufman’s play, now at InterAct, reveal more about this well-produced […]

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THEATER REVIEW: In How to Use a Knife, Life in the Kitchen from Simmer to Boil

God is in the details, as they say. Watching InterAct’s marvelous production of Will Snider’s How to Use a Knife, I was struck again and […]

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THEATER REVIEW: In InterAct’s You for Me for You, the Parallel Risks of Leaving and Staying

If you see You for Me for You at InterAct—and I think you should—I have some advice: don’t try too hard to make all the […]

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THEATER REVIEW: In Grounded, the Gulf Between Earth and Stars

The blue sky – its vastness and freedom – first enthralls the Pilot in Grounded.  But as the title suggests, the downward pull of earthly responsibilities […]

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REVIEW: #therevolution

Location, location, location. This realtor’s mantra is not just for house-hunters — it’s at least as significant for theater companies, for whom space is often a […]

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In the Wings: Dan Hodge, Star of The Three Christs of Manhattan

A world-premiere production at Interact Theatre Company has an atheist Jewish psychiatrist seeing Christ all around her, but not in the way you might think. She’s […]

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A Black, Lesbian Robot is Coming to Philly This Weekend

Philly Tech Week is officially upon us, which means we’re in store for a week’s worth of forward-thinking, innovation-driven events that give us a peek […]

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In the Wings: Chatting with The Dangerous House of Pretty Mbane‘s Aimé Donna Kelly

Philly teaching artist, actor and playwright Aimé Donna Kelly, who you can currently see in InterACT Theatre Company‘s powerful The Dangerous House of Pretty Mbane, talks […]

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InterAct Debuts New Gay-Themed Play, Ritu Comes Home

Last night, InterAct Theatre Company world-premiered its latest show, Ritu Comes Home, at the Adrienne Theater. The story follows Brendan and David, an affluent gay couple who […]

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THEATER REVIEWS: City Paper On Arden, InterAct and Walnut Street Theatre’s Latest

In its latest issue, City Paper reviews three shows playing in Philly right now. David Anthony Fox on Arden Theatre Company’s Water by the Spoonful: Water is […]