PhillyStage Archive: March, 2012

Review: FOOL FOR LOVE

Comment icon 0 Comments
By Wendy Rosenfield FOR THE INQUIRER Despite its backdrop of paved-over western mythology, Sam Shepard's Fool for Love is a rather intimate... Read more

Review: ANTIGONE

Comment icon 0 Comments
By Wendy Rosenfield FOR THE INQUIRER Quintessence Theatre Group's mission is to tangle with the classics, and this time, they tackle Jean... Read more

Leah Stein: A creative presence in the city's dance world

Comment icon 0 Comments
By Merilyn Jackson FOR THE INQUIRER Have you ever found yourself suddenly surrounded by dance, and in the least expected place? Maybe... Read more

A powerhouse merger of Philly dance companies

Comment icon 0 Comments
By Jim Rutter FOR THE INQUIRER Imagine that José Garces and Stephen Starr joined forces. Now imagine that instead of building a new... Read more

Review: "Let's Pretend We're Famous"

Comment icon 0 Comments
]By Wendy Rosenfield FOR THE INQUIRER This isn’t easy to write, but it must be written: Philadelphia’s comedy sweethearts, Jennifer... Read more

Review: ROMEO AND JULIET

Comment icon 0 Comments
By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer Lantern Theatre Company’s Romeo and Juliet begins before it begins: fights on the street, stealthy... Read more

Review: TERRORISM

Comment icon 0 Comments
By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer New City Stage’s production of Terrorism, a contemporary play by the Russian Presnyakov Brothers,... Read more

Review:THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES

Comment icon 0 Comments
By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer Still peculiar after all these years. John Guare’s The House of Blue Leaves premiered in 1971, was... Read more