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Creators of Abortion Comedy Gear Up for Protesters as Show’s Run Ends

Alice Yorke thinks people have a Google alert for the word “abortion.” The 31-year-old South Philly resident was well aware that her musical comedy about […]

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REVIEW: Is Respect the Sleeper Hit of the Philly Spring Theater Season?

Appearances can be deceiving. Everything about Respect: A Musical Journey of Women, currently playing at the Penn’s Landing Playhouse, seems, at first, to be modest […]

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Tickets on Sale Tomorrow For Return Engagement of The Lion King

The Lion King, now in its incredible 18th year on Broadway, will be returning to Philadelphia this May for a four-week engagement at the Academy […]

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For Broadway’s Kecia Lewis, There’s No Business Like Show (Even When Her Knees Are Killing Her)

It’s the first day of the cold spell that rocked Philly, and I’m on the phone with Broadway’s Kecia Lewis as she is sitting under an umbrella and […]


There Is A Musical About Urban Planning. No, Really.

According to a recent New Yorker story, a while back someone called the office of then-New York City director of city planning Amanda Burden with […]

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Preview: GayFest 2012

GayFest kicks off for a month of shows in August as Quince Productions’ annual LGBT theatre festival.

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What We Love: Cher – the Musical

Cher says she’s writing a musical for Broadway about her life in which she’ll star.

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What We Love: Big Gay Theatre Bus Party

There may be no place like home – in the Gayborhood – but one event this week may inspire a temporary exodus. On May 10, […]

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The Ultimate Proposal

They met 20 years ago. But recently, Nate and Cliff decide to take their relationship to the next stage – literally. “When you know it’s […]