New and Noteworthy: Theater
New This Week
Bach at Leipzig (People's Light and Theatre Company) Leipzig, 1722. Many are vying for the job of organist at the grand Thomaskirche. Where's Bach? Previews Wednesday-Friday, opens Saturday.
Hamlet (Delaware Shakespeare Theatre) Something is still rotten in the state of Denmark. Opens Friday.
Herringbone(Flashpoint Theater) All singing, all dancing, all acting - and all by one possessed guy. Previews Thursday and Friday, opens Saturday.
Reviewed by Wendy Rosenfield (W.R.), Jim Rutter (J.R.), and Toby Zinman (T.Z.).
Read complete reviews at www.inquirer.com/theater
A Thousand Clowns (Montgomery Theater) Hal Gardner's '60s comedy is a worthwhile journey back in time. Through next Sunday. - W.R.
Deathtrap (Bucks County Playhouse) How do you murder a sure thing? This production of Ira Levin's thriller finds a way. Through next Sunday. - W.R.
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Walnut Street Theatre) J. Pierrepont Finch shows how it's done in a pleasant production of this Tony winner. Through next Sunday. - T.Z.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival) This shimmering production is what fits summer Shakespeare best: a little romance, some comedy, a dash of heartbreak, and pretty tunes. Through next Sunday. - W.R.
Unconstitutional (Philadelphia Theatre Company) Colin Quinn's hilarious, high-energy romp through American history uncovers the source of political bickering. Ends Sunday. - J.R.