PhillyStage Archive: September, 2011

Review: Tonight?

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By Jim Rutter In No Exit, Jean-Paul Sartre encapsulated the torment of existence in his line “hell is other people." Unlike the central... Read more

Review: Fair Son

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By Wendy Rosenfield The Philly Urban Theatre Festival’s second year brings Fair Son, a second production written, directed by, and featuring... Read more
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Review: The Return of Don Quixote

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By Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER If there’s one thing we all know about Don Quixote, it’s this: He dreamed the impossible... Read more

Review: The Repast

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By Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Mama Turner has died, and she hasn’t been tucked away for more than a couple hours before the... Read more
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Review: The Big Bang

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By Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER In the beginning there was the Big Bang, and then free food and frontal nudity, also called the Garden... Read more
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Review: Big Boys

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By Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER You’ve never had a boss as excruciating as Victor. And my guess is that even if you are a boss... Read more

Review: One City Under a Groove

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By Jim Rutter Don’t expect a dance documentary in Pink Hair Affair’s 1970s-styled One City Under a Groove. The decade defined... Read more

Review: Extremely Public Displays of Privacy, Act 3

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By Wendy Rosenfield At long last, we reach Act 3 of New Paradise Laboratories’ Extremely Public Displays of Privacy. We followed the... Read more