Toby Zinman's night job since 2006 is theater critic for the Inquirer where she reviews New York and London as well as Philadelphia. Her day job: Prize-winning prof at UArts, author of five books about modern and contemporary drama, and doer of scholarly deeds (winner of five NEH grants, Fulbright lecturer at Tel Aviv University, visiting professor in China). She was recently named by American Theatre magazine "one of the twelve most influential critics in America."
0 CommentsHere’s what you need to know about choreographer Keila Cordova: she approaches all of her dance-theatre works from a multiplicity of... Read more
0 CommentsBy Howard Shapiro INQUIRER STAFF WRITER It seems as though each year, at least one Fringe show becomes a dark-horse hit. Sometimes it's artsy... Read more
0 CommentsThree Polish dancers made their American debuts Friday evening at the modest Mascher Space up on Cecil B. Moore Ave. Though their paths have... Read more
0 CommentsWhen I chose to see this I couldn’t guess what it might be about, but its title and location down by the river recalled to mind the film... Read more