Mostafa Heddaya looks at arts spending in the U.S. Despite his plethora of graphs, though, he misses the point.
For the 10th year in a row, People’s Light and Theatre Company celebrates the holiday season with a traditional panto.
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In the past few years, commercially successful productions of the Bard have flourished in the West End, on and off-Broadway and in regional theatres across America and the UK. Credit Shakespeare’s universality, and a handful of ambitious, insightful directors.
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The world’s oldest science fiction convention is hosted by the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society.
Xavier’s "Unofficial Guide" combines break dancing, poetry, autobiography and Xavier’s own original music in an exploration of artistic dedication as a total, almost ethical, commitment across an entire life.
Wright's detached deadpan humor engages through jokes that often roam through philosophical themes and imaginary situations.
Part journey, part installation piece, this 2013 Fringe Festival hit returns for a brief run.
Dan Hodge’s skillful direction and a psychologically potent performance by Jared Reed in the title role breathe new life into Shakespeare’s classic tragedy.