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Theatre Reviews

Theatre Review: 'The Beauty Queen of Leenane'
Theatre Review: 'An Ideal Husband' Still Funny 100+ Years Later"An Ideal Husband" is Oscar Wilde's dramatic masterpiece which originated in 1895 and has been playing, more or less, ever since.
Theatre Review: 'Next To Normal,' at The ArdenPhiladelphia's Arden Theatre has opened its 25th season with an elaborate production of the 2010 Pulitzer prize-winning musical drama, "Next To Normal."
Theatre Review: "Angels in America: Perestroika"If you admire heavyweight theatre, you'll certainly enjoy the latest attraction at The Wilma Theater.
Theatre Review: 'Reasons To Be Pretty,' at the Suzanne RobertsA popular play with lots of emotions is currently locked in an engagement of the Philadelphia Theatre Company.
Theatre Review: ''The Outgoing Tide,'' Drama by Bruce GrahamThe play has won honors as Chicago's "best new play," and there's no question it will now attract attention at Philadelphia's Suzanne Roberts Theatre.
Theatre Review: Arden's Remade 'Cyrano' Hits It Right On The NoseBrace yourself! You are about to be treated to the Arden Theatre's production of "Cyrano."
Local Theatre Review: ''Let's Pretend We're Famous'' Deserves Its SpotlightNo question, Tony Braithwaite and Jennifer Childs are two of the most creative personalities in Philadelphia.
Theatre Review: 'Clybourne Park,' at the Arden, Pays Homage to 'A Raisin in the Sun'It's a weird history of a house, a neighborhood, and the people who've come and gone over five decades.
Theatre Review: ''Body Awareness,'' at The Wilma"Body Awareness" centers on two female professors, close friends, one of whom has a young and not-too-brilliant son.
Theatre Review: Another Year of 'The Week That Is'1812 Productions, Philadelphia's hard-working, "all comedy" theatre company, has raised the curtain on its sixth annual offering of political satire.
Theatre Review: 'August: Osage County' at The ArdenIt's a panorama of occasionally nasty but certainly unforgettable players, recommended for mature audiences in mid-teens and up.
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