Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Life, Life, Love

New and Noteworthy: Theater

Aisha de Haas and Darius de Haas, sister and brother, in “Ain´t Misbeahavin’” at Bucks County Playhouse.
Aisha de Haas and Darius de Haas, sister and brother, in “Ain't Misbeahavin’” at Bucks County Playhouse. MANDEE KUENZLE / Bucks County Playhouse

 

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Reviewed by Jim Rutter (J.R.), and Toby Zinman (T.Z.).

Read complete reviews at www.inquirer.com/theater

A Chorus Line (Broadway Theatre of Pitman) The Tony-winning panoply of dancers and their dreams. Ends Sunday.

Ain't Misbehavin' (Bucks County Playhouse) Some off notes diminish the pleasures of this celebration of '20s and '30s Harlem club culture. Through Sept. 7. - J.R.

The Book of Mormon (Forrest Theatre) Hello! Those chipper Mormon elders finally bring their Tony-winning message to Philadelphia, satirizing both their quirky religion and lots of big-Broadway-show tropes. Through Sept. 14. - T.Z.

Defending the Caveman (Penn's Landing Playhouse) Philly native Vince Valentine stages a one-man couples-therapy session on reconciling the differences between the sexes. Ends Sunday.

The Glass Menagerie (Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company) The summer traveling company settles in at Off-Broad Street Theatre with Tennessee Williams' poignant drama. Ends Sunday.

 

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