The new program will pair artists with Philadelphia-area families to help those families tell their stories through art.
How 2 theatre training programs for adults and young people with intellectual disabilities have adapted their work during the pandemic lockdown.
The season includes three Philadelphia premieres, all directed by women.
Arden Theatre Company’s production of ‘Gem of the Ocean’ by August Wilson won the most awards, with 9.
The Philadelphia director and theatremaker succeeds Erin Reilly, the company’s co-founder.
The lineup includes a Sondheim classic, a bilingual drama, a Sherlock Holmes play, and more.
The Pennsylvania theatre will present 6 works, including a remount of ‘The Laramie Project.’
The season will include plays with women as heroes, and offer a superhero training camp for kids.
The annual awards ceremony for Philadelphia professional theatre was held on Monday.
Theatres in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware will offer a total of 10-12 sensory-friendly performances in the next 2 years.