Last Friday morning, huge crowds of people descended on the BB&T Pavilion in Camden to bid goodbye to a beloved summer tradition - the Vans Warped Tour. On its last leg, the Warped Tour drew fans of all...
"We've had the privilege of witnessing the kindest, most committed, and compassionate parts of humanity," Emily enthused.
"Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind," premiering Monday on HBO, touches on Williams' 2014 suicide, but his life, not his death, was the film's focus, says director Marina Zenovich.
Summer is outdoor theater season, facing audiences and players alike with special conditions and challenges. John speaks to performers and directors about playing in the heat, humidity, and bugs.
People's Light in Malvern and a Temple University program have won a $50,000 Knight award to develop "smart"-glasses augmented reality tech that helps people with disabilities enjoy the performance arts.
Berks County's own pop superstar came home for the first of two shows in South Philadelphia.
Plans are being developed for even more ambitious renovations to the 161-year-old Academy of Music.
The "Ramblin' Man" guitarist is back on the road and playing the Allmans-themed fest at Montage Mountain.
Trump's comments ahead of his one-on-one summit with Vladimir Putin faced widespread criticism.
Taylor Swift is surprised by a fan's romantic gesture at her own concert.
Movies like "Heriditary." "The Killing of a Sacred Deer" and "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri," revive elements of Greek tragedy, often to the shock of modern audiences.
It's been 20 year's since Lauryn Hill's solo debut album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, shifted the zeitgeist of the music industry and on Friday, Hill brought her commemorative "Miseducation" tour to Philly's Festival Pier.
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