0 CommentsLebanese Canadian playwright, performer, and director Wajdi Mouawad opens his vividly imagined, semiautobiographical, one-man show Seuls at... Read more
0 CommentsSome things stay the same. All Ralphie wants for Christmas is a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-shot Range Model air rifle. But in other ways... Read more
0 CommentsI don’t know what impresses more about the annual panto tradition at People’s Light: that the company invests what’s ostensibly... Read more
0 CommentsBack in the day, Will Rogers was more popular than Shirley Temple. Having attained fame in vaudeville, he starred on radio and in movies and... Read more
0 CommentsWorking has become a favorite of school and community musical theater since its 1978 Broadway debut, yet I doubt that many productions match... Read more
0 CommentsIn Endymion, John Keats contended that "a thing of beauty is a joy forever." Yet, what if a thing of beauty becomes a source of unreasoning... Read more
Theater criticism from The Philadelphia Inquirer.