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    O’Neill’s ELECTRA is Intense, Strong at Quintessence Theatre Group

    Quintessence Theatre Group in Mt. Airy celebrated its 4th anniversary on Saturday April 5th with opening night of it’s first American classic piece, Eugene O’Neill’s MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA. Adapted from Aeschylus’ THE ORESTEIA, O’Neill crafted a trilogy of 3 shorter plays that follow a single story line, and are usually […]

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  • Members of the cast of THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL.

    Join THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL’s Cause at Town and Country

    THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL is many things. It is a red flower. It is a family crest. It is a masked vigilante that inspired the modern masked super hero. It is also Town and Country Players current production. Hilarious and fun, it is well worth your time and money to catch […]

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  • Romance in Italy: THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA Closes Out Villanova’s Season

    Villanova Theatre tops off their current season with a production of the musical THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA, with a book by Craig Lucas and music and lyrics by Adam Guettel (who happens to be Richard Rodgers grandson). Based on a 1953 novella by Elizabeth Spencer, the production runs on […]

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  • Be Enchanted by Newtown Arts THE TAFFETAS

    THE TAFFETAS is a simple jukebox musical meant to evoke the flavor and times of the girl bands of the 1950′s and 1960′s. The Newtown Arts Company has channeled strong that feeling with this production and fans of the music of these times will definitely not be disappointed. Timothy Costello […]

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    South Camden Theatre Company Opens TRUE WEST by Sam Shepard

    South Camden Theatre Company, a nonprofit professional theatre company located in Camden, New Jersey concludes its ninth season titled “Everything’s Relative” with TRUE WEST written by Sam Shepard and directed by Christopher “Jumbo” Schimpf. The cast includes, Patrick Alicarlo, Jason Cutts, Breen Rourke and Kris Andrews. TRUE WEST portrays the […]

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  • Brian Weiser, Jim Broyles in a scene from THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at The Stagecrafters. (Photo credit: Sara Stewart)

    Stagecrafters Goes Wilde with a Twist: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

    Theater classics are sometimes staged with changes to shake things up. Now thorough April 13 at The Stagecrafters in Chestnut Hill Oscar Wilde’s THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST is one of those classics. Set in England’s grand Victorian period, this play tells the story of affluence, boredom, carelessness, deception, elegance, […]

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  • She Said: God Bless The Child… Sam Shepard’s BURIED CHILD at Iron Age in Norristown

    Iron Age Theatre Company is celebrating 25 years of presenting live theatre in Montgomery County. Playwright/actor Sam Shepard’s works have made numerous appearances on their stage, and they continue the tradition with BURIED CHILD—running from March 21st to April 13th at the Centre Theatre on DeKalb Street. Winner of the […]

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  • He Said: Must-See Classic at Iron Age Theatre

    “I don’t know what the American Dream is. I do know it doesn’t work.” Sam Shepard I have a confession to make…I’m not a huge fan of dark comedies. They’re usually too dark (so the comedy is lost) or too comedic (so the darkness seems silly.) Thankfully there are exceptions […]

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    No DOUBT’s About Village Players of Hatboro

    DOUBT: A PARABLE is a fantastic drama that leaves DOUBT in the minds of of not just the characters but the audience as well. The show was well acted throughout and did a fantastic job of enthralling the audience early and keeping them strung along through the shows ups and […]

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  • Jammin’ JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR at Barnstormers!

    Kicked gloriously into high gear from the very start by the ensemble band (Robert Diton, Director, keyboard; Caty Butler, bass; Max Dabby, horn; Colin Davis, trumpet; Kevin Hutter, saxophone; Daniel Kitching, guitar/keyboard; Andrew Mauro, lead guitar; Christopher Tolomeo, drum), who amped up the audience opening night, the intensity heightening as […]

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