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How Much is Theater Worth?

When Azuka Theatre kicks off its fall season with Idris Goodwin’s How We Got On, the seats will be filled with patrons who haven’t paid […]

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Mentally Prepare for the DNC with Political Theater

The Trump Card @ FringeArts | Thursday, July 21 Mike Daisey, called “the master storyteller” by the New York Times, performs his monologue about the […]

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Jim Kenney Made a Cameo in a High School Musical

Seated in the dark back row of a theater during the climactic scene of Curtains, a comedy musical murder mystery put on by St. Joe’s Prep, […]

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Arts Shortlist: See a Play About WikiLeaks

See What I Wanna See @ Christ Church Neighborhood House | April 28 to May 15 For 11th Hour Theatre Company’s 11th season, the founders […]

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2015 Barrymore Nominees Announced, Suburban Companies Lead the Pack

It’s a story of outsiders … outside of Philly, that is. The 2015 Barrymore Award nominees for Philadelphia Theatre Excellence were announced this afternoon. Norristown-based Theatre Horizon‘s […]

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PHOTOS: GayFest 2015 Preview

The play about killer lesbian secretaries is right up my alley! This year’s GayFest, Philadelphia’s LGBTQ theater festival, is presenting a wide assortment of theatrical […]

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Things to Do in Philly in December: Aretha Franklin, Justin Timberlake, Bill Nye, Frozen and More

The Sincerity Project December 4-13 FringeArts Of all of the fledgling theater companies in Philadelphia right now, the ensemble-based and movement-oriented Team Sunshine Performance Corporation […]

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In the Wings: QED Star Peter DeLaurier

Storied presence on the Philadelphia theater scene Peter DeLaurier is currently playing American theoretical physicist and Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman in Lantern Theater Company‘s production of QED. […]

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6 Things To Do In Philly This Week: Four Seasons Food Truck, Lunch at Dilworth Park, Fall Theater Season Kicks In, and More

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Shakespeare in Clark Park Is Going to Be Epic This Year

Shakespeare in Clark Park is always a good time—provided it doesn’t get rained out, which happens more often than you’d think. And this year, well: […]

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February Theater Guide: What’s Opening On Stages This Month in Philadelphia

BrainSpunk Theater presents a classic by iconic playwright Arthur Miller (Death of a Salesman, The Crucible). All My Sons opened on Broadway in 1947, and won […]