American Theatre magazine lists the most-produced plays and playwrights in U.S. professional nonprofit theaters.
Bristol Riverside Theatre has kicked off its 31st season with an exuberant and endearing production of the musical "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee."
Teacher, ball player, civil rights activist, Catto was assassinated for his efforts in 1871. His statue is the first on Philadelphia public property to recognize a specific African American.
The dazzling design electrifies the stage, with swarms of leaves and bats, a fireball-shooting villainess, and a maze of mirrors that distort desires.
Ideas for a renovated hall and new structures could end up in a request for proposals for developers.
The concert blends the sounds of live and recorded musicians.
Two highlights to catch before the Fringe Festival wraps up for the year: A dance to celebrate Coltrane and a huge theatrical extravaganza that contemplates mass extinction.
New This Week Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice (Philadelphia Theatre Company). The movie star makes her cabaret debut in two shows at 7 and 9 p.m. Monday.
Opera Philadelphia's O17 festival isn't simply a success; it's a landmark in Philadelphia's opera history.
David Charles Abell has been officially appointed principal guest conductor of the Philly Pops.
Why here? She's fond of the Philadelphia Theatre Company and its new artistic director, Paige Price.
See the print that became "Big Bling," and catch up with Elizabeth Osborne's recent work.
The new 277-seat performing arts space fills a niche in the city.
Choreographers Salva Sanchis and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker bring their full-length dance, inspired by the album, to the Fringe Festival this weekend.