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Pop-Up Dinner Theater at Neuf

On Monday, May 9th, Sam Jacobson (Stargazy) and dinner theater are coming to Joncarl Lachman’s Neuf. Billed as a “strange and sumptuous evening,” this night of […]

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TOP PICKS: 5 Unique LGBTQ Events This Weekend

FRIDAY EVENTS The 17th Annual Philly Black Pride Celebration April 28th through May 2nd Philly Black Pride is finally here and bigger than ever with […]

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Arts Shortlist: See a Play About WikiLeaks

See What I Wanna See @ Christ Church Neighborhood House | April 28 to May 15 For 11th Hour Theatre Company’s 11th season, the founders […]

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Philadelphia Women’s Theatre Festival Issues Call for Applications

The Philadelphia Women’s Theatre Festival, a collective intended towards the creation of female opportunity in the performing arts, is currently accepting submissions for its second annual showcase, set for August 1st through […]

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Review: Theatre Exile’s Smoke is 50 Shades of Meh

“Will I seem terminally un-hip,” worried the 59-year-old critic, “if I admit I’m not into bondage?” Don’t get me wrong: I’m not offended, but I just […]

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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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REVIEW: Mauckingbird Theatre’s The Sisterhood Reimagines Gender Norms

Who could have ever thought a 17th-century French play could be so gay and gender-bending — and work so damn well as a result? Philly-based […]

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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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Society Hill Playhouse to Close

Society Hill Playhouse, a fixture on the Philadelphia theater scene since 1959, will close on April 1. The theater company made the announcement on its […]

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SNEAK PEEK: Our Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the New Drake

“God knows there are a lot of theaters in this town. Our purpose is for this to be a hub.” That’s what InterAct Theatre Company‘s […]

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Temple Hosting Nationally-Recognized New Musical Fest

Philadelphia has made its name as a unique incubator for new theatrical works. It is a tradition that goes back to pre-Broadway try-outs, where shows […]

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REVIEW: Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates

Luckily for audiences at the Arden, Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates, the world-premier production playing at the Old City theater, does something that many children’s theater […]

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Field Guide: The 28 Concerts, Shows, and Events to Put On Your Calendar Now

Living legends, world premieres, international talent and Justin Bieber: You’ll find all of these (and more) here in the City of Brotherly Love this winter […]

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Best Things to Do in Philly in January

January 6 The Hard Problem at the Wilma Theater For years, Philadelphia actress Sarah Gliko longed to perform at the renowned Wilma Theater under the […]

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REVIEW: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat has origins as early as 1968, when Andrew Lloyd Webber was asked to write a “pop cantata” for St. Paul’s […]