Saturday, August 30, 2014
Inquirer Daily News
But for the efforts of several art historians who sought her out in the last decades of her life, Theresa Bernstein would have been just another forgotten female artist. Fortunately, one of those historians was Gail Levin.
When leaders of the Pennsylvania Ballet grew weary of a seemingly endless loop of financial strain, they turned to Michael M. Kaiser. With unpaid vendors knocking on the Philadelphia Theatre Company's door and its chances of surviving increasingly in doubt, it was Kaiser who was tapped to gauge how bad the crisis was, why it existed, and what could be done.
Barrymore Awards competition for excellence in local theater is back on the boards.
Theater Professional/semi-professional 1812 Productions: Intimate Exchanges "Comedy of chance" where the course of the play is influenced by the audience. Closes 9/21. Arden Theatre, 40 N. 2nd St.; 215-592-9560. $26-$40
Art Museums & Institutions African American Heritage Museum 661 Jackson Rd., Newtonville, NJ; 609-704-5495. Tue.-Fri. 10 am-3 pm.
With a single swing of the ax, the new leadership of Pennsylvania Ballet has cleared out the longtime artistic pillars of the company.
Bob Dylan coming to Academy of Music in November
In a show of strength, Philadelphia's smaller theater companies this year rival the city's usual prize magnets in nominations for the newly revived Barrymore Awards, announced on Thursday.
New Dilworth Plaza space combines park, architecture