Fight hunger, see a play: 'Grand Concourse' at Theatre Horizon

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Is art always political? Depends on what you mean by political. For some folks, all the arts, so often situated in the public eye – drama... Read more

No more waiting for 'Godot': Curio Theatre gets ready for opening

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“Yes, let’s go,” says Estragon to Vladimir. They do not move. So ends Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, perhaps the... Read more

Philly Street Violins serenade the morning rush at Suburban Station

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I like to get off SEPTA one stop early at Suburban Station and walk to work. That takes me underground a little, and this morning the corridors... Read more

Frog and Toad on the home stretch at Arden Theatre

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Frog and Toad are absolutely my favorite amphibians now on the Philadelphia stage. True, we soon shall have a swamp-load of multihued, exotic... Read more

Four actors, two huge plays: 'Hamlet' and 'St. Joan' at McCarter Theatre

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Most theater is experimental. Traditions there may be — but when you put on a play, you put it on your way, in your house, with your... Read more

Celebrate the Lunar New Year with Lion Dance and 15 other things to do this weekend in Philadelphia, January 27-29

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LUNAR NEW YEAR Philadelphia Suns Lion Dance Parade Head to Chinatown to watch the Philadelphia Suns welcome in the Lunar New Year with a parade... Read more

'Jitney' at the Friedman Theatre: The enriching intensity of August Wilson

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Of all the intense, shocking father/son confrontations that roil American drama — Willie and Biff in Death of a Salesman, Big Daddy and... Read more

Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia renews contract with music director

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The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia has renewed a contract with music director Dirk Brossé that keeps him in the post through the... Read more