An Act of God, which recently appeared on Broadway to critical acclaim, now enjoys a spanking-new production with a cracker-jack cast at New Hope’s legendary Bucks County Playhouse.
Out gay playwright Christopher Durang’s new drama Turning off the Morning News is now playing at the intimate Berlind Theatre at the McCarter Theatre Center.
Pennsylvania Ballet has announced the promotion of ten dancers for the 2018-2019 season
An Ohio native, James Ihde came to Philadelphia in 1993, when he began his association with Pennsylvania Ballet as an Apprentice. James Ihde will now retire after a twenty-five year career with Pennsylvania Ballet. This weekend, James will dance his last performances, culminating in his final performance Sunday afternoon in George Balanchineâ€™s Jewels.
The McCarter Theatre Center presented pianist Jeremy Denk in recital. Mr. Denk’s program included Mozart’s Rondo in A Minor, Prokofiev’s Visions Fugitives, Beethoven’s Sonata, and Schubert’s Sonata in B-flat major.
At first glance, you may think, ‘Do we need an old chestnut like Carmen?’ If it’s Opera Philadelphia’s new Carmen, then the answer is yes, yes, and yes!
The three ballets presented under the title Grace and Grandeur were Marius Petipa’s Paquita, Christopher Wheeldon’s For Four, and George Balanchine’s Theme and Variations.
Since it was first performed in 1982, Noises Off has proven to be a success with audiences from London to Broadway. The Walnut’s production of the play is first-rate, with a starry cast, so don’t miss it.
I recently had someone reach out and tell me, ‘You’re too skinny. I just don’t find you a great Mr Philly Leather.’ I’m not letting it get me down. I’ve learned how to process comments about my body like this and I certainly don’t believe that someone has to be a certain size to be a titleholder.
The three films under discussion are Daddy, Still Waiting in the Wings, and All Male, All Nude.