Jane M. Von Bergen, For The Inquirer

Jane M. Von Bergen, For The Inquirer

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You can watch a famous Beckett play through a house window in a Philly neighborhood

EgoPo Classic Theater is presenting "Rockaby" from inside houses across three different Philly neighborhoods for audiences to watch through the window. Take your pick, or be a window-play completist.

Wilma Theater created the season’s hottest show in a quarantine bubble in the woods

For 'Heroes of the Fourth Turning,' cast and crew decamped to a collection of cabins in the woods. With 'comfy pants' nights and comfort food, it was the theatrical commune of Blanka Zizka's dreams.

These are Philly theater insiders’ top picks for the digital fall season

Wilma Theater is creating an NBA-style quarantine bubble to record a production in the woods. Theatre Horizon is working with households in Norristown to create a series for a new online platform.

A Philly actor’s play for exactly one audience member is a coronavirus quarantine hit

Actor Yannick Trapman-O’Brien has written "The Telelibrary," a work he also performs. The audience comes to him by telephone, one person per show.

In Philly theater, union contracts and digital content are feeling out a way to coexist

Productions at Wilma Theater, PlayPenn, and People's Light have negotiated their way into your living room. But tricky questions remain about the future of theatrical productions distributed digitally.

The Wilma to stream ‘Kill Move Paradise,' about black men slain by police, to benefit Black Lives Matter Philly

Black Lives Matter Philly will receive all the proceeds from the stream of Kill Move Paradise by the Wilma Theater.

This busy Philly theater pro is using his sudden downtime to do one kind deed a day

As Philadelphia's stages have gone dark during the coronavirus pandemic, arts world dynamo Bryan Buttler has shifted gears to become a lean, mean, people-helping machine.

Azuka Theatre’s ‘Ship’ nails what special really means

Also in Philly theater news this week: A protest at 'West Side Story,' and the alienation of black women in the fight for voting rights at Theatre Horizon.