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INTERVIEW: Emma Goidel on Her Heavy Metal Play Local Girls

It’s been a busy season for Emma Goidel. The Philly playwright has had two new works staged within a span of four months: Her A Knee […]

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Orbiter 3 Welcomes Two New Playwrights

Lauren Feldman and Sam Henderson are now orbiting. It was announced this morning that the two acclaimed theater artists have joined the exciting Philadelphia playwriting […]

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From Broadway to the Gilmore Girls reboot

“My number one piece of advice is to not be an asshole and be kind and respect people around you. You can actually achieve your dreams […]

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Opera Philadelphia is All About the Ladies Next Season

The big news from today’s 2016-17 season announcement from Opera Philadelphia is pretty simple: It’s all about the ladies. In fact, when browsing the full […]

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REVIEW: Manon Lescaut is a Triumph

Sometimes there is an opera staging that is so artistically sound that lovers of the art form can take a deep breath and think, “We’re okay!” […]

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5 Questions with Gabrielle McClinton

The award-winning revival of Stephen Schwartz’s Pippin is heading to Philly’s Academy of Music later in February, featuring high-flying acrobatics created by Les 7 Doigts de la main throughout […]

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Q&A: HGTV Star John Gidding

Jon Gidding started his media career as a runway model and was featured in campaigns for Armani and Gucci. But don’t let that fool you: […]

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Employee of the Year Hires Kid Actors for a Very Adult Piece of Art.

There’s a bunch of pre-teen female actors putting on a performance at FringeArts later this month, and, no, it isn’t Annie. “They are regular kids,” said Employee […]

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REVIEW: Cold Mountain at Opera Philadelphia

Most of the characters in Jennifer Higdon‘s first opera want to return to the literal Cold Mountain. However, at the end of the nearly three-hour […]

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INTERVIEW: Six Questions with RAIN Creator Mark Lewis

It isn’t the first time that the wildly popular touring Beatles tribute show RAIN is playing in Philly, and it won’t be the last. The concert, […]

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Project Turns Military Uniforms Into Paper and Vets’ Experiences Into Triumph

David Keefe holds a MFA with a speciality in printmaking and painting, and is a practicing artist in New Jersey. He’s also a Marine vet, […]

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INTERVIEW: Our Chat with Beef, the Chief Feline Officer of Kawaii Kitty Cafe

Sure, Philly has been all abuzz with the word that Kawaii Kitty Cafe — the city’s first cat-friendly coffee shop were you’ll be able to get […]

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INTERVIEW: Curtis Alumni Gabriel Cabezas

Chicago-born Gabriel Cabezas isn’t afraid to call Philly a second home. “I graduated from Curtis in 2013, so I haven’t worn out my welcome just […]

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Choral Arts Philadelphia Offering Hump Day Bach Concert Series

Sometimes you’re looking for a little culture, but just a little. Let’s face it, a three-hour concert can seem like a daunting commitment compared to a lazy Netflix binge. […]

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Factory Girls Offers a Fresh Take on the Industrial Revolution

It doesn’t seem like subject matter for a rock musical: The drudges of the Industrial Revolution are about as far as lyrical as one can […]