Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Elul 22, 5774
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David Ives, a thinking man's playwright, approaches theater philosophically.
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Our Class, by Polish writer Tadeusz Slobodzianek,
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Just how do you profile "The Great Profile"? Not a problem for director Jon Marans, who is doing just that in William Luce's play Barrymore , opening Oct. 13 at the Bristol Riverside Theatre in Bristol, Pa. After all, says Marans, John Barrymore -- scion of an iconic Philadelphia theatrical family whose matinee-idol looks earned him the appellation of "The...
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Julian Schlossberg's not one to do it by the numbers, proven again by his new Broadway trilogy
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In many ways, Julian Schlossberg is a 20th-century fox, smart and savvy, who sees that century as a golden age with intermittent tarnishes but altogether worthy of the multihour documentary he is working on now, accumulating interviews with leading lights even as the century has faded to black. "Fade to black" is a phrase that opens a window to Schlossberg's...
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What would Madonna say? "She'd say -- 'Bring it on!' " roars Rabbi Rayzel Raphael. The rabbi is doing just that -- bringing on "Kabbalah, the Musical," to the Philly Fringe Festival for a number of performances at the Elkins Estate in Elkins Park, beginning Sept. 2. It is no mystery why Madonna -- a very vocal advocate of Kabbalah,...
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