First Look: Titanic At Wagner College

Wagner College Theatre’s Titanic set sail last week kicking off the nationally recognized college theatre department’s 2017 spring season. Directed by Drew Scott Harris with musical staging by Carissa Bellando, Titanic soars to a new life in this vibrant, breathtaking production scaled back through a revolutionary vision and concept that allows you to solely focus on the storytelling and chaos unfolding

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Paper Mill Playhouse Announces 2017-18 Season

New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse has just announced it’s most daring and boldest season to date! The 2017-18 season is set to feature two world-premieres, two East Coast premieres and a musical theatre classic. Paper Mill Playhouse is one of the nation’s best known regional theaters. However, since it’s near death almost a decade ago, the theater has not only emerged with better

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The Last Emperor of Mexico — Comical with a Modern Take on Spanish History

Earlier this week, we gave you a preview and inside look into Chris Davis’ The Last Emperor of Mexico. And after connecting via Twitter and seeing other publicity from sources such as WHYY’s NewsWorks… Luner on Theatre had to see if the hype lived up to the tale. Needless to say it did! Nestled into the Italian Market in South

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Upper Darby Summer Stage Announces 2017 Season

With 41 seasons of magic behind them, Upper Darby Summer Stage is gearing up for its 42nd come Summer 2017! The nationally recognized and award-winning theatre program, located in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, has officially announced it’s 2017 Summer season! Upper Darby Summer Stage is one of the nation’s oldest and most successful youth theatre programs. A staple of the Philadelphia region since 1976,

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Sunday In The Park With George Opens On Broadway

The New York City Center production of Sunday In The Park With George, which transferred to Broadway this spring following critical acclaim, officially opens tonight. Sunday In The Park With George officially opens tonight following a preview period which began at February 11th at Broadway’s newest and oldest house, The Hudson Theatre (Pictured Right). The production which began as a benefit

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Philadelphia Theatre Company Names Paige Price new Artistic Director

Acclaimed actress, producer and arts executive succeeds Sara Garonzik as PTC’s creative leader The Philadelphia Theatre Company (PTC) announced that Paige Price will join the organization as Producing Artistic Director. Price brings more than thirty years of experience in the performing arts to the Theatre, most recently serving as Executive and Artistic Director at the nationally-renowned Theatre Aspen in Aspen,

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Tony Award-Nominated Hand To God Comes To Philly

Philadelphia Theatre Company continues its 2016-2017 season with the Tony Award-nominated comedy “Hand to God“ by Robert Askins running March 31 through April 30, 2017. Previews begin March 31st before the production officially opens April 6th. An all-Philadelphia cast takes the stage for the Philly premiere of the stage which features Grace Gonglewski as Margery, Alex Keiper as Jessica, Aubie Merrylees (Pictured

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Hemlock Theatre Company Kicks Off Season With Dog Sees God

Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang are back in action on Staten Island as Hemlock Theatre Company kicks off their 2017 season with Dog Sees God at the Little Victory Theatre February 24th through February 26th, 2017. Dog Sees God is an unauthorized parody that imagines that infamous Peanuts comic strip characters as degenerate teenagers. Every day issues teenagers today face

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