The Arden Theatre Company's revival of Henrik Ibsen's 'A Doll's House' says much by staging the classic without reverence or commentary. Mark Cofta reviews.
Stew and Heidi Rodewald's coming-of-age story 'Passing Strange' has evolved, cut its creators out of the script, and landed at the Wilma Theater. Mark Cofta and Cameron Kelsall discuss.
Paul Osborn's 1938 hit 'Morning's at Seven' receives an instructive revival by People's Light & Theatre Company. Mark Cofta reviews.
Bright Metal Productions premieres at Plays & Players with their devised drama 'The Sabbatical,' a sharp and incisive view into a church congregation's secret lives. Mark Cofta reviews.
The cold doesn’t stop Philly’s exciting theater scene this month, including a mix of old favorites and timely premieres.
What we should see and what we should hear get muddled in Resident Theatre Company's not-so-radio 'A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play.' Mark Cofta reviews.
Act II Playhouse's 'Bad Dates,' by Theresa Rebeck, showcases Karen Peakes, and it's about time someone did. Mark Cofta reviews.
Tiny Dynamite’s A Play, a Pie, and A Pint series returns with Irish playwright Lynda Radley’s lovely 'The Art of Swimming.' Mark Cofta reviews.
The Arden Theatre Company’s gentle, sincere staging of Peter Pan ignores the story’s troubling themes — as all productions do. Mark Cofta reviews.
Delaware Theatre Company's encore production of 'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised]' is just as good as the first time. Mark Cofta reviews.