Bob: A Life In Five Acts
Richard Lord, Philadelphia Free Press & University City Review
Theatre Review: Azuka’s BOB: A LIFE IN FIVE ACTS showcases new talents and classic themes
Chad Gorn, Philly Life & Culture
BOB: A LIFE IN FIVE ACTS (Azuka Theatre): Great things are done by a series of small things brought together
Kathryn Osenlund, Phindie
Review: BOB: A LIFE IN FIVE ACTS at Azuka Theatre
Alyssa Biederman, Broadway World
Run, don't walk to see Azuka Theatre's Bob: A Life in Five Acts
Molly Given, Metro Philadelphia
Bob a Life in Five Acts - Azuka Theatre
Amanda VanNostrand, The Theatre Guide
Azuka make's Bob's Life a Wonderful Journey
Margaret Darby, Delaware County’s Culture Vultures
Newbold resident directs play about an American man's quest for greatness
Grace Maiorano, South Philly Review
Fort Green's 651 ARTS Appoints Org's First Creative Director
Andrea Leonhardt, BK Reader
Azuka Theatre Announces Writers’ Program
Editors, American Theatre
Plight at the museums: How Philadelphia cultural institutions are fighting back
Kenneth Hilario, Philadelphia Business Journal
Philadelphia’s best plays and musicals of 2018 (including one you can still catch)
John Timpane, The Inquirer & Daily News
The Kilroys Announce New Members
News Desk, Broadway World
Two ancients explore the nature of their love in ‘Warplay’ from Azuka Theatre
Howard Shapiro, WHYY
Barrymore Awards: Dulé Hill, People’s Light, and Arden big winners
John Timpane, The Inquirer
LGBTQ&A: Kevin Glaccum
Ernest Owens, Philadelphia Magazine
Mark Cofta, Broad Street Review
Theater Review: warplay at Azuka Theatre
Dennis Bloh, Philly Life & Culture
VIDEO: 'Warplay' Takes to the Stage
Vai Sikahema, NBC 10
WARPLAY (Azuka): A playground at the gates of Troy
Christopher Munden, Phindie
‘Warplay’ at the Azuka Theatre: Retelling a classic war story as it should have been
Toby Zinman, The Inquirer
Love reimagined: JC Lee brings his show warplay to Philly
AUDIO: Azuka's "Warplay"
Darnelle Radford, Rep Radio
R. Eric Thomas wins prestigious Lanford Wilson Award
Mrs. Harrison - Azuka Theatre
R. Eric Thomas talks Trump, his new play and Queen Maxine
David Fox, Time Out Philadelphia
One-act play recons with microagressions through storytelling
Suzannah Cavanaugh, Philadelphia Gay News
PODCAST: Eric Writes The Plays
REVIEW: 'Mrs. Harrison' at the Azuka Theatre: Power and promise that deserve to be seen, here, now, everywhere
Jim Rutter, The Inquirer
REVIEW: Telling tales out of school
In his new Philly play, 'Elle' columnist R. Eric Thomas asks 'Who really owns a story?'
A.D. Amorosi, Billy Penn
R. Eric Thomas Returns to Philly to Debut "Mrs. Harrison"
Ready Steady Yeti Go!
Kishia Nixon stars in 'Ready Steady Yeti Go'
Rita Charleston, The Philadelphia Tribune
NNPN Announces Five Rolling World Premieres Opening Within The Month
The kids are alright
Five kids and a crisis in Azuka Theatre's 'Ready Steady Yeti Go'
'Ready Steady Yeti Go' at Azuka Theatre: Endearing but inconclusive look at adolescents facing a social problem
Pay whay you decide at Azuka Theatre this weekend
Jennifer Logue, Metro Philadelphia
Azuka Theatre Presents World Premiere of "Ready Steady yeti Go"
City Suburban News
'Ready Steady Yeti Go' on Stage
Dray Clark, NBC 10
Theatre Review: Azuka Theatre, "Take My Money!"
Marie Glasgens, Philly Review
Headlong into 'The Gap' (Azuka Theatre)
We want to believe
"Wow! Wow!! :) :) Wow!!"
REVIEW: Making Your Family into Art in Azuka's The Gap
David Fox, Philadelphia Magazine
THE GAP (Azuka): Self-discovery onstage
Azuka Theatre's 'The Gap' is a female exploration of chasing answers
"Thank you for doing this play."
"Goidel's play is layered with beautiful humanity + Wright's direction brings all gentleness + struggle to the front...one cannot help but be a part of this event, this search, this shock."
"Never have I seen my personal life reflected in a piece of art in this way. Thank you."
"Lots of gravity to the piece. Deeply meaningful. Thanks."
"A truly haunting one. I'm combing back through memory, wondering what I've embellished and how its formed me."
"Really amazing. The work was raw + truthful, bizarre and earnest. I'll be thinking about this one for a while."