This short but powerful monologue, superbly delivered by Kirsten Quinn, exemplifies the strengths of Irish Heritage Theatre.
This now largely forgotten oddity from the great Nicholas Ray offers Gloria Grahame in two enticing modes.
Two singers at the top of their game in music as punishing as it is pretty.
Zachary James delivers a thoughtfully crafted, blessedly restrained Quixote/Cervantes.
“Mean…Moody…Magnificent!: Jane Russell and the Marketing of a Hollywood Legend” chronicles the Golden Age starlet’s troubled life and idiosyncratic career.
This film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s beloved musical has come around at exactly the right moment.
The fourth and final chapter of MYTHS AND HYMNS feel deeply connected to our current moment.
These streamed recitals, warts and all, have allowed us to see performers let their hair down.
Watching the actors—masked and in street clothes, struggling with umbrellas—was almost unbearably emotional.
Ghena’s Russian Opera workshops were a source of joy to Philadelphia, and a contribution to music far beyond our city.