The headliners are legit at this year's Budweiser Made in America Festival on Saturday and Sunday, which will take over the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for the fifth year running. But of course, there are...
New This Week Blood Wedding (Wilma Theater). A fiery 20th-century masterpiece by Spanish poet Federico García Lorca. Wednesday through Nov. 19.
New This Week Ideation (Theatre Exile). Stressed-out consultants meet to plan their presentation of a mysterious and shady project. Through Nov. 5.
New This Week Faustus (Ethos Physical Theatre Company). Two-man acrobatic retelling of Marlowe's tragedy of humanity and the limits of the possible. With masks, puppetry, and circus aerials. Ends Sunday.
New This Week Blithe Spirit (Hedgerow Theatre, Rose Valley). Noel Coward's droll play of a threesome among a husband and two wives, one in this life, one in the next. Thursday through Oct. 29.
New This Week Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice (Philadelphia Theatre Company). The movie star makes her cabaret debut in two shows at 7 and 9 p.m. Monday.
Fringe Festival (Through next Sunday at various locations. Information: 215-413- 1318 or fringearts.com.).
Three weeks of almost anything people can devise in a space, on a stage, in your head. Just a few of the intriguing shows: Hello, Blackout! (ends Sunday); Eugene Ionesco's The Bald Soprano (Sunday...
Fringe Festival (Through Sept. 24 at various locations. Information: 215-413-1318 or fringearts.com.). See preview
New This Week Carousel (Media Theatre). See preview on H14.
Fringe Festival (Through Sept. 24 at various locations. Information: 215-413-1318 or fringearts.com.).
Three weeks of almost anything people can devise in a space, on a stage, in your head. Just a few of the intriguing shows: Hello, Blackout! (Tuesday through Sept. 17); Eugene Ionesco's The Bald Soprano...
New This Week As You Like It (Ignoble Shakespeare Company, southwest end of Knight Park, Collingswood). Locals put on a free rendition of the likable Shakespeare comedy. Friday and Saturday at 6:30.
New This Week Other Desert Cities (Bucks County Playhouse). Brooke comes home for Christmas, thinking she has big news - but her parents have some of their own. Celebrity cast in a much-praised play. Saturday through Sept. 2.
New This Week Broadway Then & Now (Bristol Riverside Theatre). A midsummer big band show-tune review. Thursday through next Sunday and Aug. 16-19.
New This Week My Fair Lady (Bucks County Center for Performing Arts, Doylestown). Eliza Doolittle drives her teacher nuts. Wednesday through Aug. 13.
Ever since "Video Games," her 2011 breakout single, there's been a strain of sinister melancholy in Lana Del Rey's music. But the most disturbing thing about her fourth album is seen rather than heard: on the album cover, the Southern California sour puss is actually smiling!