Bill's a small town, public school boy that grew up in the Hudson Valley of New York and attended Hamilton College and the University of Oregon. In New York, he interned for Next magazine, Out magazine, and Flavorpill.com. As soon as he got to Philly he sent about a dozen emails to then-music edi...
The Broadway Philadelphia season at the Kimmel kicks off with an ecstatic version of An American in Paris. The show ended its Broadway run at the Palace Theater, in October and netted four Tony Awards. This touring production is an achievement in sound, sight, movement, and magic.
Kudos go to the Arden’s Terry Nolen for green-lighting an absurdly delightful drag play like The Legend of Georgia McBride. This play is stomp-your-feet, snap-your-fingers, clap-your-hands, singalong joy. Running in the midst of the United States’ ugliest presidential election imaginable, Georgia McBride, as director Emmanuelle Delpech puts it in her program notes, is a warmhearted celebration of the American dream and the power of transformation.