Toby Zinman

Ruhl's 'Cell Phone' drops call

Theme is old hat, and quirkiness is no substitute for humor or substance.

Hip-hop slapstick-itty a la Bard

"The Bomb-itty of Errors" adds rap rhyme to Shakespearean raucousness in a winning way.

A strong 'Buried Child'

Temple presents Sam Shepard's unsettling 1979 Pulitzer winner.

Familiar face up for Tony Award

Forrest McClendon, an actor familiar to Philadelphia audiences, is up for a Tony in the daring but star-crossed "The Scottsboro Boys," coming here in 2012.
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