With a score by Curtis-trained composer David Hertzberg, The Wake World is an aesthete's feast.
This week, African Bicycle Contribution Foundation, has launched its Three-City U.S. Tour making stops in Philadelphia, NYC and Washington, D.C.
Is the end near? Pig Iron Theatre examines the topic of global extinction in "A Period of Animate Existence," part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
The documentary "I Am," premiering Tuesday at the Prince Theater, follows Pennsylvania Ballet teacher Jessica Kilpatrick as she builds a dance - and connections between collaborators from Pennsylvania Ballet II and St. Katherine Day School.
The "Boardwalk Empire" star comes to Princeton with the production by Red Orchid Theatre of Chicago.
The school will do a pilot production for Disney.
Four years ago, St. Joseph's Prep drama teacher Tony Braithwaite (same guy who runs Act II Playhouse in Ambler) took a few students to see Newsies in New York. One said: "There has never been a more St. Joe's Prep play. Ever."
The diva who could not hold a tune is the subject of "Souvenir," playing at the Walnut Street Theatre. The stage experience achieves its own effects no movie, not even one starring Meryl Streep, could match.
Tonight's highlights: Classic Ionesco and Euripides' last tragedy.
Two operas, two Philadelphia Museum of Art locations and one subject - war - is the latest chapter in Opera Philadelphia's O17 festival.
Can a piece of music or theater be both great art and political commentary?
The production, conceived by an English theater group, was brought to the Academy of Music by Opera Philadelphia for its O17 festival.
Today's highlights: a Fringe-worthy play for kids and a play paired with cocktails for grownups.
You couldn't look away from Opera Philadelphia's Thursday premiere of "Elizabeth Cree," no matter how high the corpse count.