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The Pirates of Penzance @ Randall Theater at Temple University | Through September 4 In Mauckingbird Theatre Company’s queer adaptation of the Gilbert and Sullivan […]

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GayFest! Kicks Off This Week

Starting Friday, Quince Productions will be putting on the sixth-annual GayFest!, a festival of LGBTQ theater, at Studio X and the Louis Bluver Theatre at […]

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Arts List: 7 Things to Do This Week

Garden Sips @ Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens | Wednesday, August 10 If you’re going to subject yourself to the Sips Wednesday happy hour, at least do […]

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Fringe Festival 2016 Guides Are Out, So Start Narrowing Down

Philly’s 20th Fringe Festival includes more than 1,000 performances over two weeks, so even the most ardent theatre fan is only going to see a […]

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THEATER REVIEW: Football, Friendship and Fame in Theatre Exile’s Tommy and Me

I know virtually nothing about sports. Normally, I would not lead with this.  But here, it matters.  You see, the “me” of Tommy and Me […]

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5 Questions With Eagles Great Tommy McDonald

Long before Ray Didinger was an award-winning sportswriter, Comcast SportsNet commentator and WIP host, he was an eager kid trotting after Tommy McDonald, No. 25, […]

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15 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

FRIDAY, JULY 29 Philadanco Founder’s Day Concert @ Dell Music Center All three Philadanco companies are taking part in this dance show: the professional company […]

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Free Shakespeare in Clark Park Starts Tonight, Now with Peanut the Dog

Kathryn MacMillan is directing Shakespeare in Clark Park for the first time, and of course it’s the year when the show has a dog and […]

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How Much is Theater Worth?

When Azuka Theatre kicks off its fall season with Idris Goodwin’s How We Got On, the seats will be filled with patrons who haven’t paid […]

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Mentally Prepare for the DNC with Political Theater

The Trump Card @ FringeArts | Thursday, July 21 Mike Daisey, called “the master storyteller” by the New York Times, performs his monologue about the […]

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BalletX Leaps into the Surreal

BalletX Summer Series @ The Wilma Theater | July 6-17 Choreographers Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and BalletX co-founder Matthew Neenan team up with “experiential art shop” […]

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8 Performances to Catch This Week

JUNK’s Urban Scuba: Retro Dive @ Shiloh Baptist Church Acclaimed as “audacious” by the New York Times, the Philly-based contemporary dance company that gathers inspiration from garbage plunges into a deep […]

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LGBTQ&A: Anthony Mustafa Adair

Anthony Mustafa Adair, a 24-year-old rising star in Philadelphia’s theater scene, chats with us about his experiences as an openly gay Afghan performer and his […]

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Jim Kenney Made a Cameo in a High School Musical

Seated in the dark back row of a theater during the climactic scene of Curtains, a comedy musical murder mystery put on by St. Joe’s Prep, […]

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Local Production of The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning Provokes Trans Controversy

Some members of Philadelphia’s live arts community have co-signed an open letter raising concerns about a local production of the 2012 play The Radicalisation of Bradley […]