32 Things to Do in Philadelphia This Weekend

32 Things to Do in Philadelphia This Weekend

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REVIEW: In Detroit ‘67, Home is Where the Heart and Heartbreak Are

Dominique Morisseau’s meaty, thought-provoking play gets a terrific production at McCarter.


The Know-It-All Guide to Late-Night Philly

34 things to eat, drink and do in the wee hours of the morn.

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Festival for the People Might Be Philly’s Hippest Yet

Comics, tattoos, internet culture ... could the Cherry Street Pier event get any cooler?


REVIEW: In Broken Biscuits at 1812, Too Much Charm Equals Too Little Payoff

This tale of terminally unpopular British teenagers feels like a 22-minute sitcom stretched to two hours.


REVIEW: In Monster in the Hall, Things Go Bump in the Light

Inis Nua’s Scottish import teeters between grim uncertainty and twinkly charm.


REVIEW: In Love Never Dies at the Academy of Music, He’s Baa-aack

There’s little here about love, but the show suggests that obsession lasts forever.

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The 21 Best Events in Philly in October

From Ira Glass to Liz Phair to Grey Gardens, here are the month’s hot tickets.


PREVIEW: At EgoPo Classic Theater, Two Worlds Meet in Desire Under the Elms

An important but rarely produced American play gets a reboot from a South African company.


REVIEW: An Abundance of Riches in Arden Theatre’s Once

In this enchanting show, the second act is the charm.

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Ticket Alert: Two Last-Minute Neil Young Tower Shows

Plus: Elton John, Bob Dylan and New Year’s Eve with John Oliver.

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The Jaunt: Weekending in the Wharf

What to do, eat, and more in D.C.’s hottest neighborhood.


REVIEW:  4SOLO at Simpatico—Original Works, Brimming with Originality

A winning evening with local artists telling powerful and eclectic stories.


REVIEW: McCarter’s The Age of Innocence Suffers from an Abundance of Good Taste.

Seen here, Edith Wharton’s bitingly brilliant novel looks elegant, lovely, and largely inert.


REVIEW: Espionage Meets Physics in Lantern Theater’s Hapgood, But No Sparks Fly

Tom Stoppard hurls his cleverness like a javelin. But wouldn’t a truly smart play be about things that matter?


REVIEW: In Kill Move Paradise, We Shall Be Moved

James Ijames’ powerful play and Blanka Zizka’s fabulously theatrical staging must be seen.

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