There's no reason for families with young children to miss out on this year's Philly Fringe excitement. You just need a little guidance; allow BSR editor Wendy Rosenfield to assist.
A Colorado production of the opera 'The Ballad of Baby Doe,' and a production of 'Fiddler on the Roof' in a church got Wendy Rosenfield thinking about history, legacies, and access to the arts.
'Broad Street Review' has been delighting your eyes and mind for the last 10 years. Now we've got something exciting for your ears.
InterAct Theatre Company's straight-white-man-helmed production of Young Jean Lee's 'Straight White Men' has 99 problems, and the truth is one.
A look at some of the week's most compelling 'Broad Street Review' posts, with a welcome to some new writers, and a goodbye to one of our dance writers.
Broad Street Review's new Editor-in-Chief, Wendy Rosenfield, introduces herself. Read about her history with the website and longer history with its founder, Dan Rottenberg.
Who insisted the voices of six white, male baby boomers needed to be heard among Broadway’s groundbreaking new musical arrivals, all groundbreaking because they stepped away from Diner’s regressive model?
A Seattle theater critic sold his “plus one” press passes on Craigslist in the hopes of both finding a date and scoring a profit. What, exactly, is the problem with that? Let Wendy Rosenfield count the ways.
The Jewish experience might be a good fit for Christian marketing, but like the real victims of the Holocaust, we may soon find ourselves absented from our own narrative.
After being raped as a teenager, I got on with my life and the decades slid past. Occasionally, some news story or Facebook post would trigger my memories, and I’d be right back in that room, waiting for it to end, but mostly, I shoved them away. Except now, the memories shoved back.