Theater

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Watch Brad Pitt in Prop 8 Play

The last thing you may think you want to do is to sit in front of the computer on Saturday night, right? What would you […]

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Who Wants to See an Actor Fall Apart on Stage?

At 8 p.m. on Friday, a member of BRAT Productions named Megan Slater will usher in a performance of The Bald Soprano with the line, […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Feb. 10 Find out the latest on HIV medications at Cafe Twelve during Coffee Chat (2:30 p.m.), hosted by University of Pennsylvania’s HIV Prevention […]

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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 […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Feb. 3 Butch Cordora invites everyone to his Mid-Career, Mid-Life Crisis Art Show (6 p.m.) at Ven and Vaida. “I recently had my second […]

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Are These Actors Overexposed?

Three people are at a crossroads. One must come out as straight. Another faces the biggest challenge of her life: buying a house. And the […]

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Gay Choice Debate Heats Up

Cynthia Nixon caused a fire storm recently when she said that for her – being gay is a choice. Since then, many advocates have criticized the […]

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Wilma Theater Co-Founder Jiri Zizka Dies

Czechoslovakian director Jiri Zizka passed away this week. Zizka was a co-founder and was a co-artistic director for the Wilma Theater from 1981 to 2010. […]

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Gladiator Scribe to Write Screenplay for Jersey Boys Film Adaptation

“Are you not entertained?” If not, maybe you’re just waiting for Gladiator scribe John Logan to take a stab at bringing the sights and sounds […]

The Scene

HughE Dillon: Sandra Bernhard at the Painted Bride

Last night, quirky, brilliant comedian Sandra Bernhard opened “I Love Being Me, Don’t You?” at the Painted Bride. The show runs through this Saturday (1/14). […]

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Must-See Theater: “Hair” Revival at the Academy of Music

For years, the musical Hair has seemed liked a dated, time-bottle musical—filled with drugs, hippies, Vietnam, and a Godspell-ian, tribal cast. Opening the same year […]

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Bucks County Playhouse Lives!

A group of investors has purchased the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope. After more than 70 years of business, the venue closed last year […]