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.
Philly’s theater scene marches on despite the holiday madness. Forget the annual office party: here are plenty of chances to get reacquainted with your favorite work in town.
The 12th annual 'This Is The Week That Is' finds 1812 Productions a year older and wiser, but just as funny. Mark Cofta reviews.
As usual, there are more Ebenezer Scrooges on Philly-area stages this holiday season than you can shake a crutch at — plus our favorite family musicals and some festive burlesque.
Video games, 'Star Wars,' and Shakespeare combine in the holiday zaniness of 'Aladdin: A Musical Panto' at People’s Light & Theatre Company. Mark Cofta reviews.
Arden Theatre Company's production of Duncan Macmillan's 'Every Brilliant Thing' counts the ways that loss, and theater, move us. Mark Cofta reviews.
Quintessence Theatre Group's production of Lerner and Loewe's classic musical 'My Fair Lady' connects it to modern headlines. Mark Cofta reviews.
Chisa Hutchinson's 'From the Author of' provides surprises and laughs in the Resident Ensemble Players' sumptuous premiere production. Mark Cofta reviews.
'It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play' shares holiday cheer in a fresh retelling of a familiar story at the Walnut Street Theatre's Studio 3. Mark Cofta reviews.
Emma Goidel's brilliant world-premiere drama 'The Gap,' produced by Azuka Theatre Company, starts with aliens but hits much closer to home. Mark Cofta reviews.