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Theatre Review: College Sports Under a Microscope at Delaware Theater Company

Sanctions by Philadelphia’s own Bruce Graham examines the hypocrisy of College Athletics, but this a play that is bigger than sports. Graham offers us insights into cheating, sexism, racism and sexual assault all under the examination of America’s addiction to big time college football.  The story is told through the eyes of a veteran female… Continue reading Theatre Review: College Sports Under a Microscope at Delaware Theater Company

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EVERY BRILLIANT THING Announces Return Engagement to Arden Theatre After Triumphant Sold-Out Run!

Hailed by audiences and critics alike, the one-man show stars Philadelphia favorite Scott Greer in a gripping, moving, and hilarious tale of what makes life worth living. When EVERY BRILLIANT THING debuted at the Arden Theatre Company in 2017, it was loved by both audiences and critics alike.  WHYY called the production “a gem,” and… Continue reading EVERY BRILLIANT THING Announces Return Engagement to Arden Theatre After Triumphant Sold-Out Run!

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Fringe Review: Close Your Legs, Honey opens your heart

Philly Improv Theater’s entry in this year’s Fringe Festival is both a comedy and a tragedy, often at the same time. Close Your Legs, Honey follows 11-year-old Honey Louise Nanette Baker (Hannah Parke) as she participates in the nine-to-11-year-old division of the 19th Annual Little Miss Cutie Pie Pageant in Tennessee, under the thumb of… Continue reading Fringe Review: Close Your Legs, Honey opens your heart

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Theatre Review: It’s theatre, it’s film, it’s theme park fun!

Theme Park Theater?  What does that mean?  This question has been running through my head since my invitation to attend The Eagle Theatre’s World-Premiere Production of NOIR: The 3D/4D Semi-Cinematic Satirical Thriller. I am no stranger to The Eagle Theatre’s productions.  I continue to be riveted by their technical elements one production after another and… Continue reading Theatre Review: It’s theatre, it’s film, it’s theme park fun!

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Fringe Review: Ground Works at the Woodmere Art Museum–making sculptures dance and sing for Fringe 2018

Leah Stein, a dancer and teacher, has created a site-specific dance performance for Fringe 2018 outdoors on the grounds of the Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hill. The show uses three different sites and the seating was on moist bales of hay and a few stone benches, so creature comfort was not a salient feature.… Continue reading Fringe Review: Ground Works at the Woodmere Art Museum–making sculptures dance and sing for Fringe 2018

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Product Review: Undercover Quinoa are deceptively delicious!

Creator, Diana Levy is a health-conscious New Jersey mom that was determined to create a snack line with the satisfaction of just enough, absolutely delicious, fair trade chocolate, over something healthy, light and naturally good for you. Since she also has two daughters with Celiac Disease, it was extremely important that only gluten-free, non-GMO, simple ingredients be used in… Continue reading Product Review: Undercover Quinoa are deceptively delicious!

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Book Review: “FROZEN BUTTERFLIES” crawls before it flies

"FROZEN BUTTERFLIES", a book by Italian native and renaissance woman Simona Grossi, delves into the subdued hues and shadows that encompass the life and mind of a woman with a traumatic past and routine present. Psychology professor and author Susan Blanc has insomnia. Seemingly bored with life, one late night she finds herself in a… Continue reading Book Review: “FROZEN BUTTERFLIES” crawls before it flies