Momix brought grandeur, brilliance, and spectacle to the McCarter’s Matthews Theatre on Saturday evening, April 6.
Shakespeare’s late comedy, Measure for Measure, is now being presented by Philadelphiaâ€™s Lantern Theater until April 21.
The Tony-Award winning Best Play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, is now onstage at Philadelphia’s historic Walnut Street Theatre until April 28.
The McCarter Theatre Center is now presenting (in association with The Old Globe) the world premiere of Ken Ludwigâ€™s The Gods of Comedy through March 31.
One of the most successful musicals of all time, Miss Saigon, the tour, is now playing at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music until March 31.
Famed playwright August Wilson’s one-person memoir written and performed in 2003 How I Learned What I Learned is being presented by Arden Theatre Company at The Bob and Selma Horan Studio Theatre in Philadelphia now through April 14.
Curtis Opera Theatre in partnership with Opera Philadelphia and the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts presented its students in a staged production of Mozart’s masterpiece Don Giovanni at the Perelman Theater.
Kate: the Unexamined Life by Playwright Rick Foster is now being gloriously realized by Janice Stevens at the Walnut Street Theatreâ€™s Independence Studio on 3 now until April 7.
Arden Theatre Company is now presenting August Wilsonâ€™s Gem of the Ocean on their F. Otto Haas Stage, now until March 31.
Famed illustrator and gay icon Edward Gorey once said in an interview about his own work, ‘Ideally, if anything were any good, it would be indescribable.’