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  • Amy Sprouse; Jeff Blomquist; Steven Ciapanna; Ethan Rundell star in MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS. (Photo credit: Lauren Patanovich)

    MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS at the Grand Theatre

    It’s 1939 Hollywood: Legendary producer David O. Selznick has just shut down production on the most eagerly anticipated movie in history – his blockbuster version of Margaret Mitchell’s bestselling novel ‘Gone with the Wind’ – scrapping the script and sacking the director in the process. While fending off the film’s […]

  • Ingenious Travel Down Memory Lane: SmokeyScout Productions’ SLIDESHOW

    SLIDESHOW, a multimedia production, written and performed by Josh McIlvain is an especially innovative and creative part of the 2014 Philadelphia Fringe festival. McIlvain is well known to Philadelphia Fringe aficionados as he has been involved in many aspects of previous Fringes (both festivals and productions). Historical and current McIlvain […]

  • Is She or Isn’t She…NUTS? Question Answered at Forge Theatre

    NUTS…is she or isn’t she? That is the basic question, and the basic plot of the latest production at Forge Theatre in Phoenixville. NUTS is the 1979 play by Tom Topor that explores the subjects of sexual abuse, family issues, and the aspects of the criminal court system. The play […]

  • Colonial Playhouse Stages Miller’s A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE

    “Just remember, kid, you can quicker get back a million dollars that was stole than a word that you gave away.” ~ Eddie Carbone In light of the ongoing debate about immigration, Arthur Miller’s 1955 drama, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE has become timely again. Aldan’s Colonial Playhouse has chosen […]

  • Virginia Barrie and Vicky Czarnick in a scene from THE CHARITABLE SISTERHOOD OF THE SECOND TRINITY VICTORY CHURCH.


    As one who loves live theater, it is especially fun to have the occasion to see a new play about which I know nothing. Such was the case on Friday evening when I entered The Heritage Center in Morrisville to see The Actors’NET of Bucks County’s performance of THE CHARITABLE […]

  • Tony Braithwaite and Michael Basile star in Richard Dresser's
comedy  ROUNDING THIRD at Act II Playhouse in Ambler thru Oct. 12. (Photo credit John Flak)

    Ambler’s Act II Explores Sports and Parenting in ROUNDING THIRD

    Act II Playhouse launches their sixteenth season with Richard Dresser’s ode to Little League dads, ROUNDING THIRD. Directed by Matt Silva, the production runs Wednesdays thru Sundays in the company’s Butler Avenue home from September 9—October 12, 2014. ROUNDING THIRD introduces us to two very different dads who are coaching […]

  • Tom Orr and Susan Fowler star in KISS ME KATE at Kelsey Theatre.

    Pinn Worth Productions’ KISS ME, KATE: A High-Spirited, High-Energy Delight

    Pinn Worth Productions has breathed new life into a classic musical comedy with its exuberant production of KISS ME, KATE at The Kelsey Theatre. KISS ME, KATE originally premiered on Broadway in December 1948. A musical-within-a-musical set in Baltimore, it tells the tale of Frederic Graham (Tom Orr) and Lilly […]

  • David Wills stars as Tevye in The Candlelight Theatre's FIDDLER ON THE ROOF.

    FIDDLER Turns 50: The “Tradition” Continues at Candlelight

    No matter what your theatrical experiences are it’s likely you have encountered one of the most known shows to hit the boards, Joseph Stein’s, Jerry Bock’s and Sheldon Harnick’s, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. The audience at the Candlelight Theatre in Wilmington, Delaware is no exception. When House Manager, Jodi McLane, asked […]

  • Rick Fountas is Jesus in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR at Wilmington Drama League. (Photo credit: Jonathan Ripsom Photography)

    Amazing Vocals Power Wilmington Drama League’s JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR

    JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR with lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber is an ancient tale of the sacrifices of Jesus Christ and the betrayals and loss of faith from his people as seen through the eyes of Judas. With resounding rhythms and rock opera flourishes, JESUS CHRIST […]

  • Gary Werner in a scene from AN INSPECTOR CALLS. (Photo credit: Dave Gold)

    HP&P’s AN INSPECTOR CALLS is Worthy of Investigation

    AN INSPECTOR CALLS is a play written by English dramatist J.B.Priestley. It is one of Priestley’s best known works for the stage and considered to be one of the classics of mid-20th-century English theatre. The play is a three-act drama, which takes place on a single night in 1912 England, focusing […]


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