Azuka's Local Girls takes us back to the agony and ecstasy of high school through an unlikely friendship.
Four experts trace the modern cult of celebrity back to Oscar Wilde — though there are some important differences between that talented writer and some of today’s current “stars.”
Toshiki Okada’s God Bless Baseball is confusing and slow-paced — kind of like baseball itself, for those benighted souls who don’t appreciate the game.
Our time is less than infinite, and our monkey minds are full to bursting with the blather — so much of it repetitive, hucksterish, or simply dull — of everyday life. I say, take your poetry wherever you find it.
A new musical by a hot local talent celebrates Philadelphia's lovable clichés.
Illustrator Mike Jackson gives a look at his artistic process by sharing the sketches he made during a performance of 1812 Productions' This Is the Week That Is.
The Arden’s annual children’s theater mainstage production tells an often serious story without sugarcoating.
People's Light has created an enduring tradition with its holiday pantos, as The Three Musketeers (The Later Years) ably shows.
It's hard to separate Keith Richards, the man, from his depraved persona, but a Netflix documentary may finally do so.