The concert blends the sounds of live and recorded musicians.
Opera Philadelphia's O17 festival isn't simply a success; it's a landmark in Philadelphia's opera history.
Philly's performing arts center invites the public in for three brainstorming town-hall meetings Sunday and Monday to talk about possibilities for the newly acquired Merriam Theater.
David Charles Abell has been officially appointed principal guest conductor of the Philly Pops.
Why here? She's fond of the Philadelphia Theatre Company and its new artistic director, Paige Price.
See the print that became "Big Bling," and catch up with Elizabeth Osborne's recent work.
The new 277-seat performing arts space fills a niche in the city.
Choreographers Salva Sanchis and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker bring their full-length dance, inspired by the album, to the Fringe Festival this weekend.
Tonight's highlights include a one-woman show about growing up on Bowie, and an opera that grapples with the MOVE bombing.
Tonight's highlights: a moving work (literally) of choral music, and some classic Ionesco.
A hurricane, roughly in the same waters as Maria, is responsible for bringing Hamilton to America's shores.
With "pink people" and a score by Curtis-trained composer David Hertzberg, "The Wake World" is an aesthete's feast.
This week, African Bicycle Contribution Foundation, has launched its Three-City U.S. Tour making stops in Philadelphia, NYC and Washington, D.C.
Is the end near? Pig Iron Theatre examines the topic of global extinction in "A Period of Animate Existence," part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival.