Philadelphia Theatre Company receives project grant from the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage for The Tattooed Lady

-Courtesy of Aversa PR & Events Philadelphia Theatre Company is developing its first commission under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director Paige Price. This brand-new musical, The Tattooed Lady, was awarded a Project grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. The new musical from Max Vernon and Erin Courtney with director Ellie Heyman, is a fictional tale based on true stories from the … Continue reading Philadelphia Theatre Company receives project grant from the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage for The Tattooed Lady

Everything is Wonderful, a Kilroys’ List honorable mention, is playing now through March 8th from the Philadelphia Theatre Company.

-Brenda Hillegas Photo of Blair Sams as Esther by Anthony Werhun Philadelphia Theatre Company continues its 45th Anniversary season with Everything is Wonderful. This drama, set in Pennsylvania’s Amish Country, is about forgiveness and what happens when an Amish couple’s world is turned upside down after the deaths of their two sons. Family secrets are exposed and faith is tested. This not-to-be-missed play was an … Continue reading Everything is Wonderful, a Kilroys’ List honorable mention, is playing now through March 8th from the Philadelphia Theatre Company.

See and Be Scene: Previewing the 46th season of Philadelphia Theatre Company

-Amaris Pollock, with descriptions of the plays obtained from the Philadelphia Theatre Company On Monday night, Philadelphia Theatre Company invited Philadelphia’s theatre lovers to come out to a unique event at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. See and Be Scene, now in its third year, is a one night only preview of potential work for the company’s 2020-2021 season. For this upcoming season, Producing Artistic Director … Continue reading See and Be Scene: Previewing the 46th season of Philadelphia Theatre Company

How to Catch Creation is a Unique Story About Finding What Makes You Shine and How We’re All Connected

Feature Image: Jonathan Bangs and Lindsay Smiling. All photos by Paola Nogueras A bare bones set of a few couches, desks, glasses of wine, books. This is all that’s needed to tell the stories of Stokes and Riley, Griffin and Tami, Natalie and G.K.; and their various interactions. How to Catch Creation, written by Christina Anderson and directed by Nataki Garrett is simply fascinating. The play follows … Continue reading How to Catch Creation is a Unique Story About Finding What Makes You Shine and How We’re All Connected

The Bridges of Madison County is a Must-See Musical from the Philadelphia Theatre Company

A simple (on the surface) story of an Italian war bride and a stranger she meets while her family is out of town doesn’t seem too exhilarating. It certainly doesn’t seem like something worth turning into a musical. But The Bridges of Madison County is far from mundane. It’s breathtaking. It’s thought-provoking. It’s at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre until March 3rd and you should go … Continue reading The Bridges of Madison County is a Must-See Musical from the Philadelphia Theatre Company