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REVIEW: Disgraced at Philadelphia Theatre Company

There’s one word that I can use to describe the Philadelphia Theatre Company’s production of the Pulitzer-winning drama Disgraced: polarizing. And if I wanted to add […]

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James Ijames Wins the Terrence McNally New Play Award

Philadelphia writer, actor, professor, and artist James Ijames has been named the fourth annual Philadelphia Theatre Company Terrence McNally New Play Award recipient for his […]

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Come Together Dance Festival Returns for Third Year

Koresh Dance Company presents their third annual Come Together Dance Festival, featuring 33 national dance artists at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre in Philadelphia. Beginning in 2013, […]

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Here’s the Brochure for Up-for-Sale Suzanne Roberts Theatre

In an email sent out this morning, CBRE advertised 480 South Broad Street—better known as the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. The bank foreclosed on the home […]

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In the Wings: A Conversation with Detroit Star Geneviève Perrier

My name is … Geneviève Perrier. But if someone says Guinevere, Jean Vive, or Jonbenet, I usually look up. I am …  an actor in Philadelphia […]

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Robertses May Save Philadelphia Theatre Company

The Inquirer reports on a $2.5 million plan to save the Philadelphia Theatre Company from financial collapse: The rescue plan, which ties new financial support to […]

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Bank Forecloses on Suzanne Roberts Theatre

A bit of shocking news from South Broad Street. Just a couple of blocks and a couple of weeks away from the street’s biggest development […]

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6 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend: Discover Lost Paintings, Have Your Junk Appraised, and More

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PHILADELPHIA THEATER GUIDE:
5 Shows You Should See in March

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The Philadelphia Stagehands Strike Is (Almost) Over [UPDATED]

Last night at 9 p.m., IATSE Local 8 business manager Mike Barnes told me that negotiations between his stagehands union and Philadelphia Theatre Company — […]

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Union Rep: Philly Businesses “Will Be Targeted” [UPDATED]

Scroll down for an update. Last week, I broke the news that the stagehands of Philadelphia Theatre Company had gone on strike, setting up the […]

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Giant Union Rat Makes Debut at Suzanne Roberts Theatre [UPDATED]

The inflatable union rat has reared its ugly head again. This time, the rat is standing (well wobbling, really) at the corner of Broad and […]

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The End of the Barrymore Awards?

Today, the otherwise defunct Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia announced the winners of what will probably be the last-ever Barrymore Awards, which are (were?) basically […]

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HughE Dillon: Philadelphia Theatre Company Gala

Last night, Brian Stokes Mitchell headlined Philadelphia Theatre Company’s annual gala at the Hyatt at the Bellevue. Singing “Some Enchanted Evening,” Stokes wasn’t far off, […]

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“The Scottsboro Boys” Is a Theatrical Triumph

On a spring day in 1931, the lives of nine, young African American teenagers were destroyed. All were pulled from a train destined to Memphis, […]