PhillyStage Archive: October, 2011

Review: All My Sons

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By Wendy Rosenfield For the Inquirer As they say in show biz, timing is everything. But Delaware Theatre Company’s timing, opening... Read more

Review: Suddenly, Last Summer

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By Wendy Rosenfield For the Inquirer In honor of Tennessee Williams’ centennial birthday, South Camden Theatre Company’s season... Read more

Review: THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer EgoPo Classic Theater, under Lane Savadove’s direction, launches its Festival of Jewish Theater with... Read more

NY Review: RELATIVELY SPEAKING

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer Three new one-act comedies written by three famous comic names (Ethan Coen, Elaine May, and Woody Allen)... Read more

Review: "Our Class"

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By Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER One thought comes first about the overpowering Our Class: The cast and creative team at the Wilma... Read more

Review: "Rock of Ages"

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By Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Electric, cocky, boistrous, kinetic, sometimes smart, sometimes dumb, and accelerating with hugely... Read more

"A Play, a Pie and a Pint"

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By Amy S. Rosenberg Inquirer Staff Writer Over at the Society Hill Playhouse the other night, Tom Tansey had his lines memorized. They were... Read more

"Our Class": A Massacre Through Children's Eyes

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By Merilyn Jackson For The Inquirer As she traveled with playwright Tadeusz Slobadzianek through the Czech Republic and Poland last summer... Read more