A longtime Philadelphia area resident and believer in Philadelphia theater, Kathryn retired as a university professor in 2012. A former O’Neill National Critics Institute fellow, she was a recipient of an NEA fellowship in Theater and Musical Theater. She writes for online theater sites and participates in the work of the theater by serving as a Barrymore nominator and as a judge for the ATCA Steinberg New Play Award and The Osborn Award for Emerging Playwrights. You can follow her on Twitter at @theatrendorphin.
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'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' by Theatre Exile (1st review)
The ghosts of Taylor and Burton
Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor’s quarreling ghosts must be hovering somewhere over Philadelphia: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and two other Taylor-Burton vehicles are either currently or recently on local stages.
'Doubt: A Parable' at Lantern
A timely look at priestly abuse
Coinciding with the Vatican announcement of the head of a new appeal panel for sanctioned priests, John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt: A Parable opens at the Lantern Theater.