Thursday, January 29, 2015

Howard Shapiro

Howard Shapiro joined The Inquirer in 1970 and has held many writing and editing positions, including cultural arts editor and travel editor. He now writes for The Inquirer’s features section.

His “On Travel” column appears occasionally on Sundays in Travel, and his theater reviews appear in the Daily Magazine and Weekend.

Find his podcasts with theater artists at

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Howard Shapiro: Jez Butterworth's new play Jerusalem, which opened Thursday, is doubly sprawling.
Review: The Bomb-itty of Errors
Review: Awakened Ruins
Dear Lord, what is that joyful noise rising to heaven from the spirited, snazzily habited stage-nuns at the Broadway Theatre? Could it be - the Philadelphia Sound of the '70s? Could it be - the new Broadway musical Sister Act? Is it - re-set, to take place in Philly?
Review: The Bomb-itty of Errors
Review: Awakened Ruins

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