An important but rarely produced American play gets a reboot from a South African company.
This over-devised adaptation of The Brothers Karamazov sinks under its own weight.
Forget the 1939 movie — this deconstructed, provocative production will have you thinking about the play as never before.
Dramatist or melodramatist? The jury is still out on Lillian Hellman, whose play, The Children’s Hour, is onstage now at EgoPo, directed […]
Among my favorite writers (in any language, in any genre), there’s a special place for Tennessee Williams. Of course, like theater goers […]
This will seem an odd admission for a theatre critic, but here goes: I’ve never been entirely convinced by Death of a […]
EgoPo Classic Theater may be Philadelphia’s most intellectually bracing company. Artistic Director Lane Savadove builds seasons around specific playwrights and ideas, consistently […]