Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor The Fulton Theatre’s production of John Logan’s “Red” is an intelligent character study on the famed artist, Mark Rothko. This one act play follows Rothko over two years as . . .
Josh Rittberg Staff Writer Disney’s Newsies is making its Pennsylvania premiere at The Fulton Theatre, and delivering audiences a thrilling night at the theatre. This crowd-pleasing musical, inspired by the 1992 Disney film of the . . .
Heather Madara Staff Writer Before “Supernanny,” before “Nanny 911,” and long before “The Nanny,” there was Mary Poppins. Fast-talking, no-nonsense, and practically perfect Mary Poppins began as the titular character in a series of children’s . . .
Molly Carl Staff Writer On June 25, 1975, the history of musical theatre was changed when “A Chorus Line,” directed and choreographed by Michael Bennett, opened on Broadway. From its debut, the musical went on . . .