Arcadia University rediscovers Philly artist John Hathaway. Fleisher/Ollman pairs three kindred souls. Displaced Vox Populi collectives find a free home nearby.
"Radio Silence," premiering Aug. 6, will feature human-interest stories about Americans from the area who fought in the Iraq War and Iraqi refugees who have settled in the region.
The Mann Center's big artistic statement of the summer set the Philadelphia Orchestra into outer space, with narration by Franklin Institute astronomer Derrick Pitts.
A crew of 70 "theater bugs" sees every theater production of the season to parse out the best of the best. We asked, what's in it for them?
Bagpipes, Shakespeare and a mud run are on tap.
Lots. Of. News. I'll never get to it all, so let me get to some.
Dulé is coming! Dulé Hill, that is, he of The West Wing, Psych, and much else. The world premiere of Lights Out: Nat "King" Cole, by Colman Domingo and Patricia McGregor, will open People's Light's 2017-2018 season...
The Swann Fountain Insect Survey is an urban entomology project that uses the insects gathered from the water in Philadelphia's famous fountain to study the city's environment.
At People's Light, outrageous situations meant to provoke laughter instead induce embarrassment.
New This Week Ah, Wilderness! (East Lynne Theatre Company, Cape May). Eugene O'Neill in a comic vein. Wednesday through Sept. 2.
Amanda Jane Cooper steps into the role of Glinda the Good Witch, originated by Kristin Chenoweth. Cooper has been playing the role in the national touring production of the show.
Artist Mohamed Bourouissa moved from Paris to spend time with Strawberry Mansion's African American equestrians. An exhibition at the Barnes Foundation shows the results.
Yijia Wang made a poetic debut - and is not to be confused with the more famous Yuja Wang.
When Mary DeWitt began painting portraits of lifers in the Pennsylvania correctional system - people even prison administrators believed deserved clemency - she was filled with optimism.
Theater with a View's "Rabbit Hole" is a spare, disciplined production. Five excellent actors explore grief and loss without ever getting ponderous or even depressing. It's one of the gems of the season.
The shed in the park has branched out beyond summer concerts by the Philadelphia Orchestra. It's now commissioning a new strategic plan that could move it in a "really dynamic direction," says Mann president and CEO Catherine M. Cahill.