Pig Iron Theatre


I Love My Job: Actor-Composer Turned Realtor James Sugg

Not many actors get rave reviews from the New York Times, and we’re pretty sure there’s only one such actor who now has a career […]


Martha Graham Cracker Headlines Pig Iron Benefit on Friday

The annual benefit bash for the always-inventive Pig Iron Theatre Company is happening this Friday, January 27th, at the Trocadero. This year the theme is […]


Drag Queens Take Center Stage at the Arden in The Legend of Georgia McBride

Unless you’re immersed in the Philly theater scene, you probably know Dito van Reigersberg only as Martha Graham Cracker, a hirsute drag queen with an […]


New Play Asks: What’s It Actually Like to Be an Immigrant

The current presidential saga has brought the subject of immigration to an unfortunate and incendiary head, but what’s it like to actually be an immigrant? […]


Review: Pig Iron Theatre Restages Gentlemen Volunteers, and It’s Fantastic

Who says you can’t go home again? Pig Iron Theatre is now 20 years old. In that time, the locally based company has moved from […]


10 Must-See Curated Shows at the 2015 Fringe Festival

As usual, there’s way too much to see at this year’s 19th iteration of the Fringe Festival, with 143 different events split between the “curated” […]

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SEE THIS: Pig Iron’s I Promised Myself to Live Faster

Pig Iron Theatre Company has been at the avant-garde theater game for 20 years. For the first three-quarters of that run, the troupe could barely […]


Pig Iron and UArts Team Up to Offer an MFA in Devised Performance

If you’re a theater student or professional theater practitioner, this is pretty big news: Pig Iron Theatre Company, known throughout the region for their unique […]


17 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend: WWE Royal Rumble, Billy Idol and So Many Beer Festivals


Ladies and Gentlemen … Martha Graham Cracker!

Hard to say what Martha Graham Cracker noticed a few seconds ago as she left the band and the stage and slinked through the crowd. […]


FringeArts Announces Festival Bar Entertainment

One of the best parts about the FringeArts festival is arguably the Festival Bar. I mean come on, with 120-plus shows, you need a place where […]

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Martha Graham Cracker Heads to Poland

Martha Graham Cracker’s world domination tour continues. It all started last year in New York, where she got rave reviews (and multiple invite-backs) performing at […]


Low Pay Forcing Local Actors to Exit the Stage

In 2012, this magazine named Charlotte Ford the best theater talent in Philadelphia. One year later, she picked up the top prize at the theater […]


FringeArts Announces 2014 Lineup

The Philadelphia Fringe Festival announced the lineup of the “Presented” shows being staged at this fall’s festival, taking place September 5-21. Out of the 11 theater, […]


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

Our guide to what’s happening on Philly stages in May. Looking for something else? We’ve compiled a good list of local events happening now through […]