The Resident Ensemble Players' splendid production of 'You Can't Take It with You' makes the 1936 comedy relevant again. Mark Cofta reviews.
The sparkle of the Arden Theatre Company's 'Cabaret' overwhelms the Kander and Ebb musical's menace. Mark Cofta reviews.
Delaware Theatre Company sets its sights on Broadway, right past its own audiences, with a high-tech adaptation of Ray Bradbury's classic novel 'Something Wicked This Way Comes.' Mark Cofta reviews.
A Red Orchid Theatre's 'Simpatico' at McCarter isn't a fitting farewell for the late, great Sam Shepard. Mark Cofta reviews.
AntiGravity Theatre Project’s 'Dear Diary LOL' celebrates memories of tween angst using real diaries. Mark Cofta reviews.
Juniper Productions premieres with four new one-acts by local writers performed at Philadelphia Distilling. Mark Cofta reviews.
The Lantern's Red Velvet shares the story of black actor Ira Aldridge, played by Forrest McClendon, in a timely production. Mark Cofta reviews.
Dragon's Eye Theatre leads children on a library adventure in 'Follow Me Through the Gates.' Mark Cofta reviews.
The Beserker Residents team with University of the Arts for their Fringe show 'These Terrible Things,' a spoof of actor training. Mark Cofta reviews.
The stars align for twins Artemis and Apollo, who decide a movie star is their mother in the Greenfield Collective’s 'Tilda Swinton Adopt Me Please.' Mark Cofta reviews.