Citizen of the Week: Christine Rouse

Sixteen percent of Philadelphians have a disability. The founder and leader of Acting Without Boundaries puts those who love to act on stage

By Lisa Bryant

Winter in Philadelphia

Everything you need to know about celebrating the winter holidays in Philadelphia.

By Lauren McCutcheon

Art for Change: The Collaborator

Nia Benjamin makes experimental theater that’s not just experimenting on stage — it’s also experimenting with the process itself, allowing for collaboration and room to breathe

By Logan Cryer

The (Vote) Play’s The (Vote) Thing

PA Youth Vote and activist theater company Just Act are using drama to activate the newest generation of voters. What can we learn from them on Voter Registration Day?

By Sarah Jordan

Art for Change: The Teaching Artist

The next in a series with Forman Arts Initiative, actor, writer and educator Camille Young uses her voice to celebrate others — especially Black femme artists — and her classroom to help young people celebrate themselves.

By Morgan Nitz

The Citizen Recommends: War Words

This Veterans Day, Philly’s InterAct Theatre is among seven U.S. venues to stage a play culled from real vets’ stories about life in, and after, service to our country

By Jessica Blatt Press

Pearl Bailey | Philadelphia Women’s History Month All-Star

All-Star #10: Pearl Bailey

Guest Commentary: The Politics of Witch Hunting

A local theater director on how Trump’s post-election Republican enablers have thrust us into a real-life version of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible

By David Bradley