PhillyStage Archive: September, 2012

Review: Sequence 8

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The names of the company and the show tell you nothing, but 7 Fingers' Sequence 8 is fantastic, one of the most memorable Live Arts/Fringe... Read more

Gambling on Live Arts/Fringe Picks

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By Wendy Rosenfield I don't really go to Atlantic City much, and haven't yet visited any of the Philadelphia area's casinos. But I can say... Read more

Live Arts Festival review: THE GATE REOPENED

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[/SUBHED18_2][AGATE_LG]Shows: 8 p.m. Tuesday<NO1>9/18<NO>-Thursday<NO1>9/20<NO>, 10 p.m. Friday<NO1>9/21<NO>... Read more

Live Arts Review: PRIVATE PLACES

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[TEXT]Nudity or near-nudity has been featured in almost every Live Arts/Fringe event I’ve attended — and I’m only halfway... Read more
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Confusing, Dated, Mundane: 3 Wishes

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Gerald van Wilgen wrote his play 3 Wishes in response to E.L. James’ novel Fifty Shades of Gray. But whether Wilgen intended it as satire... Read more

Review: SEVEN GUITARS

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“They say you don’t miss your water until your well run dry.” These words, spoken softly and without sentiment, could describe... Read more

Review: VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer Brush up your Chekhov -- Christopher Durang’s newest comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike... Read more
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Review: 'Gutenberg! The Musical!'

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By Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Johannes Gutenberg built his first printing press in 1450, and if he’d seen the irresistibly... Read more