Lately, though, the string of twinkling lights fringing the makeshift performance space is illuminating another form of flourishing artistry, as Raw Street Productions, a South Philly-based theater company, has fittingly made [Connie’s Ric Rac] its own, extracting theatrics from traditional places and plopping them amid bar stools.
This is a wonderful piece that far exceeded my expectations, especially from a fledgling playwright who has a beautiful ear for dialogue. It has the potential to be an annual treat during the holiday season. The sold-out run shows the burgeoning success of this small powerhouse of a theater company. I anticipate that they will […]
There’s something universal about Eighth Fish. Everyone in the audience can identify with having a family that’s awkward in its own way, especially with a new person joining the fold.
Schulz might utter Charlie Brown’s most famous phrase, “Good grief,” another big laugh for CB, if he could see Dog Sees God. He might also say, “Good play!”