"Finding Neverland," through Nov. 26 at the Academy of Music, is the prequel to "Peter Pan," the story of how Barrie created the tale.
If you’ve travelled a lot in places where you can’t speak the language, you’ll understand immediately how this Egyptian Band wound...
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Coffee-table books don't have to be big. Among our gift suggestions this year are modest-sized books and grand books. They include a slender volume on the poetry of bridges, a sweeping look at the African American experience in America, a reminder of Grace Kelly's classic beauty, a survey of the fine...
What to give the classical music fan who already has everything? The new Maria Callas: Live Remastered Edition and some well-chosen Philadelphia Orchestra tickets, for starters. Read on for nine more great gifts.
Books are a popular gift for the holidays. Here are fiction, nonfiction, and classic suggestions that will make any reader love you a lot.
"Collage as Painting" at Fleisher/Ollman, "Narrative Horizons" at Moore, and a group show at Mount Airy Contemporary are three Philly gallery exhibitions worth seeing now.
From "wooder ice" to whatever goes into scrapple, Philadelphia artist Kate Otte looks at her adult coloring book as a "tongue-in-cheek celebration of all the quirks" surrounding the City of Brotherly Love.
Soprano Barbara Hannigan sings a PCMS recital Tuesday at the Kimmel Center with modern-music pianist Reinbert de Leeuw.
"When you walk around and hear the music and see the dancers, you are reminded of why you do what you do and work so hard."
The Philadelphia Orchestra and Symphonic Choir didn't quite have their arms around Haydn's "The Seasons," a major oratorio that was given its first full performance by the orchestra. But the vocal soloists were wonderful.
"Annie," through Jan. 7 at the Walnut Theatre, has been a perennial favorite since its debut on Broadway in 1977 - but the Walnut production is slow and awkward.
The exhibition will include works from public institutions and private collections around the world.