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David Patrick Stearns

David Patrick Stearns is a classical music critic and columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

  Email David Patrick at dstearns@phillynews.com
11/01/2013
Though this city hosts substantial festivals of John Cage and Morton Feldman, more mainstream audiences didn't break down the Kimmel Center doors Thursday for the Philadelphia Orchestra's three new concertos featured in this week's concerts.
 
S. Broad strategy must attract millennial residents
 
7Days: Regional arts and entertainment
10/31/2013
Drawing-room comedies are supposed to be classics from a post-Victorian era, in which amusing situations play themselves out in ways that don't leave lasting scars. Then comes Stick Fly, which opened Wednesday at Arden Theatre Company with all the genre's outlines, but whose characters rip into each other with the 21st-century precision of Gods of Carnage, plus African American directness.
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