The Arden production of ‘Something Intangible’ directed by Terry Nolan on the adaptable Arcadia stage is another fine drama in what is a plush year for new plays in Philly. A roman a clef of Walt Disney breaking away from mighty mickey to produce Fantasia, is essentially just the hook for a roiling drama about the creative process. Ian Merrill Peakes is the pioneering animator and creative bully Tony Wiston who is saved from himself by his brother Dale played with tempered steel by Scott Greer. Playwright Bruce Graham subtext is the magical realism between these two brothers, delivered with so much truth by these two actors.