Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre’s TITUS ANDRONICUS is actually a trip to the GRAND GUIGNOL, Paris’ smallest professional theater. From 1897 until 1962, this 280 seat venue produced unimaginably gory melodramas that not only advanced the art of stage makeup/special effects, but had an cultural impact that is still being appreciated around […]Read more ›
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Avid theatergoers and culture-hungry tourists got their fill of great productions in July and August, in what used to be Philadelphia summer theater hiatus, before the hectic pace of the Fringe Festival begins in September. New City Stage Company concluded its themed season on female suicide in July with ‘NIGHT MOTHER. […]Read more ›