Andy Cabic greeted a sweaty crowd in the basement of the First Unitarian Church in Center City last night, dapper in a derby cap and vest that belied the humid September evening.
Thirty years ago, the Capitol Steps began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them.
The Chalfont Musical Players theater group was shut down in the spring, but the curtain wasn’t closed for long. Many former members are now back onstage with the Ghostlight Players.
I’ve always wondered if utopia really exits. Well, apparently it’s the place where boring golf movies are made.
When Lionel Richie left the Commodores in 1983, many fans wondered where that would leave the group. Fortunately, they didn’t have to wonder for long.
In some respects, Harrisburg native Jessica Bedford’s career could be compared to a Cinderella tale.
When I saw the previews for Our Idiot Brother, I immediately wondered if Paul Rudd was envious that his co-star Steve Carell got to be the “schumck” in Dinner for Schmucks while Rudd played it straight. I guess Rudd got the opportunity he was waiting for as Ned in Our Idiot Brother.
Visitors to the Stoogeum in Montgomery County get to enjoy the Three Stooges experience as soon as they open the door.
For his stage entry in Philly Fringe, Michael Tait has crafted a religious musical that isn’t quite G(od)-rated.
Growing up in Ocean City, Md., with parents who owned and operated their own theater company, Jennifer Hope Wills had a dream: To one day appear in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit, The Phantom of the Opera.