FRIDAY The Doors Oliver Stone does Jim Morrison.
Guiding Light Natalia returns, but will she still want to be with Olivia after her religious retreat? She left in love with Olivia, but pregnant with Frank’s baby.
Theater City of Nutterly Love: Funny as Bell! Philadelphia Theatre Company collaborates with legendary The Second City comedy theater to create this world-premiere revue, through July 26 at Suzanne Roberts Theater, 480 S.
If you’ve ever been served a drink by Ashley Clarke, you may have noticed a certain gentility about her.
Who says there aren’t any good new shows on TV during the summer?
Lifetime’s new comedic drama, “Drop Dead Diva,” follows the story of a vapid model-in-training, Deb, who dies in a freak accident.
Just like the song in “A Chorus Line,” Matthew Neenan used to watch his sisters dance and exclaimed, “I can do that!” And boy, can he.
THEATER End Days People’s Light and Theatre Company presents an outrageous comedy about acceptance and the importance of family ties, with “guest appearances” by Jesus and Stephen Hawking, through Aug.