Director Will Pomerantz, Choreographer Marcos Santana, and Scenic Designer Anna Louizos transport you to a steamy, sweaty tango bar in 1962, ten years after Eva Peron’s death, in a spicy, flashy production of Evita. Evita, the legendary musical which took Broadway and the world by storm, is now enjoying a new production at Bucks County Playhouse only until October 30.
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By now, unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ve seen commercials on YouTube, read interviews on a variety of media, and maybe even seen the film Bros, a gay romantic comedy starring Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane. Universal Pictures has used its considerable clout to get Bros booked into multiplexes everywhere starting September 30. On an LGBT+ meter, it is a 10 out of 10, and a must-see.
Opera Philadelphia’s Festival O22 now showcases Rossini’s Otello at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia until October 2. It’s a winner, and if you are an opera lover, absolutely not to be missed.
Travesties, an early masterwork by the legendary playwright Tom Stoppard is now at the Lantern Theater Company until October 9. It is a fine production of a rarely seen play which is full of wit and bizzarie.
Opera Philadelphia is presenting The Raven, a new opera now at the Miller Theater until October 1.
The Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Pennsylvania, is now presenting the fabulous musical Dames at Sea until September 11.
Bristol Riverside Theatre presents Classic Broadway, one in a series of their Summer Music Fest productions onstage now until August 28.
For the fans of The Who, don’t miss The Who’s rock musical Tommy at the Algonquin Arts Theatre in Manasquan, New Jersey. You have only until August 21.
The touring company of the celebrated international smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen is now at Philadelphia’s Forrest Theatre until August 28.
Pierce Wheeler took time out to talk to us about his role in the Dear Evan Hansen tour, and about his favorite things.
An iceberg floats onstage. Within it we see magic scenes of family strife flashing before us. Why isn’t Crystal like other kids? Why is she so different? You get the picture.
A Chorus Line was first produced in 1975. It ran for years on Broadway. There was a motion picture. Now, you have the chance to see this classic musical in a fine production at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, but you only have until July 10 to see it. Don’t miss it.