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Kimmel Center
300 S. Broad St.. Philadelphia, PA 19102
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    Upcoming events
      Building & Theater Tour
    • Wednesday, July 26, 2017
    • Enjoy a themed tour focusing on the history of the Kimmel Center and architectural and construction highlights. You'll see the Commonwealth Plaza, Perelman Theater, Verizon Hall, Merck Arts Education Center and the Dorrance H. Hamilton Garden. First Saturday tours will also include an organ demonstration.
      Art & Architecture Tour
    • Saturday, July 29, 2017
    • This themed tour features an in-depth look at the Kimmel Center's architecture, a walk down the Avenue of the Arts and a tour of the Center's displayed artwork.
      Antique & Vintage Market
    • Saturday, July 29, 2017
    • Vendors will be offering an array of antique furniture, collectibles, vintage jewelry and clothing, glassware, art, primitives and more. Saturdays, July 29th and August 26th, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Free admission. Organization: Phila Flea Markets.
      Broadway Dreams Foundation Summer Intensive Concert Performance
    • Saturday, August 12, 2017
    • Students who participate in the week-long Broadway Dreams Summer Intensive receive personal instruction from Broadway performers and industry professionals on acting, vocal technique, song selection, dance, business, and more. They'll get the chance to audition for top Broadway casting directors and agents. The week concludes with a professional showcase starring students alongside their Broadway idols.
      O17: Elizabeth Cree
    • Thursday, September 14, 2017
    • Opera Philadelphia presents O17, a groundbreaking operatic experience featuring seven operatic happenings staged over the course of twelve days in six venues across the city. This unprecedented civic experiment transforms Philadelphia into an urban stage, where diverse audiences gather to share an experience and amplify human connectedness. "Elizabeth Cree" is a new chamber opera based on a novel by Peter Ackroyd. et in London in the 1880s, this highly suspenseful and theatrical opera interweaves several narratives: the trial of the titular heroine for the poisoning of her husband; a series of brutal murders committed by a Jack the Ripper-style killer; the spirited world of an English music hall; and, finally, some "guest appearances" by luminaries from the Victorian Age. Elizabeth Cree is a work that combines the factual with the fictive and the historical with the imaginary.