For their version of “Phantom of the Opera,” Vox Lumiere combined steampunk and silent film, and no white mask.
Three hard-drinking Arizona retirees do not go gently into that silent night in Denny Guge’s popular perennial.
Death on a stick: The Old Trout Puppet Workshop brings its irreverent but strangely moving “Famous Puppet Death Scenes” to Woolly Mammoth.
Paul Mesner Puppets cooks up one show each for Jewish, Christian and secular holiday observances.
The new issue touches on several artists and works dear to our theatregoing heart.
Our “theatre nation” has come a long way since TCG began in 1961, and innovation and intentionality have been two watchwords as it’s grown.
From Dame Maggie Smith’s birth to Samuel Beckett’s death, December was a month of entrances and exits.
The authors’ presence was elusive yet unmistakable, in two wildly different ways, in two pieces seen at the recent Philadelphia FringeArts fest.
The Writer’s Army creates low-cost, distraction-free writing spaces, coffee included (but snacks extra). Could this model catch on?
What began as a kicky Renaissance Faire attraction is now a global sensation encompassing everything from Shakespeare to, well, pretty much everything.