Free concerts by Philadelphia Orchestra players Tuesday

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In the wake of the musicians' strike (and settlement) over the weekend, members of the Philadelphia Orchestra are playing a series of free... Read more

Philadelphia Orchestra on strike; gala concert canceled

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The Fabulous Philadelphians are on strike. Friday night, a crowd of about 1,000 sat in Verizon Hall waiting for the orchestra to appear for... Read more

Opera on the Mall postponed

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There's nothing worse than a soggy Turandot. So Opera Philadelphia has moved its free HD broadcast of the Puccini opera on Independence Mall... Read more

Star of 'Grounded' visits Air and Space Museum to take flight

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George Brant’s Grounded starts its run - or flight - at the InterAct Theatre Company at the Drake soon: Previews begin Friday, Sept.... Read more

RUBBERBANDance troupe stretches out for NextMove

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If ever there were a dance troupe for the millennial taste, the RUBBERBANDance Group of Montréal may be it. An exquisitely trained bunch... Read more

Portrait of MLK - made of shoes - heralds 'Mountaintop' at People's Light

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Katori Hall’s award-winning drama The Mountaintop plays at People’s Light in Malvern Sept. 28-Oct. 30. In the play, the Rev. Dr... Read more

Emilio Gravagno, longtime Philadelphia Orchestra double bassist

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Emilio Anthony Gravagno, 82, a member of the Philadelphia Orchestra’s double-bass section for more than four decades, died Saturday at... Read more

Toni Gallagher: Local writer makes good -- in writing and reality TV

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Bucks County-raised author Toni Gallagher has a dual career (at least) as a reality TV producer - as in Dr. 90210 (2004), The Real Housewives... Read more