Northeast Times

 Articles by Rita Charleston

A family affair

‘Under the Skin’ tells the story of a man dying of kidney failure, and his estranged daughter, who must decide if she can put her anger aside long enough to save his life.  


Mother knows best

Tony-nominated ‘Mothers and Sons’ comes to stage in Philadelphia.   


Love conquers

Premiering on Broadway in 1931, Noel Coward’s comedy ‘Private Lives’ is now on stage at the Walnut Street Theatre.   


Mothers and Sons at Roberts Theatre Feb. 6 to March 8

Tony-nominated for Best Play in 2014, Terrance McNally’s Mothers and Sons, presented by the Philadelphia Theatre Company, comes to the Suzanne Roberts Theatre Feb. 6 through March 8.


‘Under the Skin’ runs at Arden Theatre through March 15

Lou, a man dying of kidney failure, asks his estranged daughter Reina to give him one of hers, and she must decide if she can put her anger aside long enough to save his life.


Connoisseur of comedy

Damon Wayans has come a long way since his big break on ‘In Living Color.’ Nowadays, he’s busy touring the country, creating smartphone apps and writing a book.   


‘Private Lives’ at Walnut Street Theatre through March 1

Noel Coward’s timeless comedy Private Lives is the next offering by the Walnut Street Theatre, running through March 1.


‘Private Lives’ runs through March 1 at Walnut Street Theatre

Noel Coward’s timeless comedy Private Lives is the next offering by the Walnut Street Theatre, beginning with previews on Jan. 13 and running through March 1.


The magic of motown

When he was just 5 years old, Jesse Nager knew he wanted to be a performer, and asked his mom for dance lessons.


Relive ‘Beatlemania’ at Sellersville Theater

They came; they saw; they conquered.