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Here Are the 2014 Barrymore Award Winners for Philadelphia Theater

On Monday night at the Merriam on Broad Street, the Philadelphia theater community gathered for the Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre. The individual Barrymore […]

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Friends’ Central Kids Tackle Angels in America, Millennium Approaches

While many high school drama programs stick to “safe” material like Our Town and Brigadoon, Philadelphia Quaker school Friends’ Central has decided to stage Angels […]

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In the Wings: A Conversation With Rapture, Blister, Burn Star Krista Apple-Hodge

My name is … Krista Apple-Hodge, hyphenated (from Apple) since I married fellow actor Dan Hodge in 2012. We’ve decided that an “Apple-Hodge” sounds like […]

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8 Things To Do This Week In Philly: Battle of the Burger, David Lynch Film Screenings, What to See at FringeArts, and More

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Tickets On Sale Now to See Bradley Cooper on Broadway in The Elephant Man

Bradley Cooper is a busy man these days. Between filming Adam Jones in London and recording a recent string of Philadelphia Eagles commercials the Abington Township-bred actor […]

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Gay Guide to the 2014 FringeArts Festival

THEATER Two Street by Tribe of Fools: The newest brainchild of the Philadelphia-based Tribe of Fools, the physical theater company has won critics over with its previous Fringe festival hits Heavy […]

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DO THIS: Mauckingbird to Stage The Children’s Hour and The Boys in the Band

Mauckingbird Theatre Company, which has made a name for itself producing works with gay twists, is going both ways next month with staged readings of lesbian and […]

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HEADS UP: Pre-Sale Begins for Newsies at the Kimmel Center

The Kimmel Center is now pre-selling tickets for its next show, Broadway’s Newsies, which opens October 28th and runs through November 2nd.

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Weekend Roundup: What to See the Last Weekend of GayFest!, Party at the Nude Beach, and More

Quince Productions‘ LGBT theater festival GayFest! may be entering its last few days, but, lucky for you, there are still several opportunities to catch a […]

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Bring Rocky the Musical to Philly

This Sunday, August 17th, the curtain will close for the final time on Rocky the Musical on Broadway.  It opened with such promise, a star-studded […]

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The Boys of The Book of Mormon

They tap-dance in missionary outfits. They sing. They change into really strange costumes and perform a full-on show-stopping routine during a number called the “Spooky Mormon […]

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Best Student Discounts at Philadelphia Arts Venues

We’ve done some research to put together this nifty, one-stop-shop of the best ways you can get the most out of that student i.d. card […]

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This Week at GayFest!: America’s First Gay Play Gets the Philly Treatment

Philly’s only LGBT theater festival, GayFest!, kicks off tomorrow (August 5th.) Now in its fourth year, Quince Productions founder and GayFest! producer Rich Rubin says […]

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Over 120 Shows Announced for Neighborhood Fringe 2014

FringeArts has announced the lineup for the 2014 Neighborhood Fringe: over 120 independently produced productions by both new and established artists to take place in an array of […]

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Theatre Horizon Announces Its 2014-2015 Season Lineup

Norristown’s Theatre Horizon has unveiled the lineup for its 10th anniversary season, which Artistic Director Erin Reilly says is all about “giving voice to the voiceless.” Known for producing […]