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Mothers and Sons Joins Philadelphia Theatre Company 40th Anniversary Season
By Hayley Levitt · Jun 19, 2014 · Philadelphia

Playwright Terrence McNally reunites with the theater that launched the world premieres of his most successful plays.

Christopher Durang Will Play Vanya in His Tony-Winning Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at Bucks County Playhouse
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 31, 2014 · New Hope

Durang will star opposite Marilu Henner in his play this summer at the New Hope Theater.

Christopher Durang Will Play Vanya in His Tony-Winning Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at Bucks County Playhouse
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 31, 2014 · New Hope

Durang will star opposite Marilu Henner in his play this summer at the New Hope Theater.

A First Look at Walnut Street Theatre's World Premiere of Beautiful Boy by Eric Conger
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 18, 2014 · Philadelphia

The production stars Jeffrey Coon, Alicia Roper, Carla Belver, and more.

Incorruptible
By Hayley Levitt · May 31, 2014 · Philadelphia

Michael Hollinger puts the absurdity of blind faith and crooked clerics back under the microscope at Philadelphia's Arden Theatre Company.

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
By Hayley Levitt · May 28, 2014 · Philadelphia

The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical closes out the 205th season of Philadelphia's historic Walnut Street Theatre.

August: Osage County
By Christopher Byrne · Sep 13, 2012 · Pittsburgh
Mary Rawson and Kathleen Turco-Lyon in August: Osage County(© Drew Yenchak) Where would the theater be without dysfunctional families—particularly the American theater of ...
Barefoot in the Park
By David Finkle · Aug 13, 2012 · New York City, Philadelphia
Lee Aaron Rosen and Virginia Veale in Barefoot in the Park (© Mandee Kuenzle) Aside from a minor spat between newlyweds, nothing much of dramatic pu
Leaving
By Gwen Orel · May 28, 2010 · Philadelphia
Kathryn Meisle and David Strathairn in Leaving (Photo courtesy Wilma Theater) Saying that an author "inserts himself into the play" is