"After Auschwitz" director Jon Kean says his interest in the Holocaust started at Main Line Reform Temple, where he met a survivor and developed a lifelong passion for telling survivors' stories.
Philly's spring entertainment season has it all: Blow-out concerts, blockbuster movies, hot plays, Tall Ships, museum exhibits, and more. Our critics pick the best.
The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival, the South Street Spring Festival, Camila Cabello, and more.
A "Nothing Compares 2 U" comparison, along with a trio of shows and a Love reissue.
From a two-time beard festival winner to a celebrity stylist to PA State Senator Simms, men from around the city share their tips for cultivating a great facial hair look.
They Might Be Giants come to the TLA and celebrate 30 years of their seminal album, Lincoln
Wonder where he'll hang it?
Philly fans will be seeing a lot more of Barkann and his blue-rimmed glasses before and after games.
Philly native Jon Kean's documentary 'After Auschwitz' follows six camp survivors to California, forming a complex and moving collective portrait of memory, perspective, and perseverance.
Sly took in some art in Queen Village.
"Sing the Body Electric" at Theatre Exile is an intricately fashioned one-act that studies the scars left by our encounters with others and the natural world. It interweaves comedy and pathos, and an able cast manages the emotional twists and leavening of humor.
Mill spoke with Lester Holt on NBC's Nightly News, discussing his controversial prison sentence and what he hopes to do now.
Christopher Chen's "Passage" (through May 13 at the Wilma Theater) is filled with deceived characters and challenges the audience to reexamine our attitudes toward political oppression. Based on E.M. Forster's "Passage to India," the play lacks the subtlety and ambiguity of its model.