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How to spend December 14 through 16, including a Philly artist gallery showing, "A Christmas Carol," and an Ingrid Michaelson concert.
7 Philly Magic Shows You Should See this Summer
From David Blaine to former Eagles player Jon Dorenbos.
The Famous Philadelphia Boys Choir Turns 50
A special June 24th performance celebrates the big birthday.
REVIEW: Disney’s Aladdin at the Academy of Music – A Magic Carpet Ride with an Unscheduled Stop
This hugely energetic show favors spectacle over characters, but the audience doesn’t seem to mind.
REVIEW: In Maria Marten, Legitimate Performance Meets Variety Entertainment
Philadelphia Artists’ Collective’s delightful show captures the delights—and some of the poignant heart—of early melodrama.
REVIEW: 11th Hour’s Big Red Sun Leaves Big Lingering Questions
This serious, ambitious show feels like its still a work in progress.
REVIEW: At Lantern’s Don’t Dress for Dinner, There’s a Heavy Hand in the Kitchen
Less here would be so much more.
The 20 Biggest, Baddest and Best Concerts to See This Summer
Your guide to a truly epic season of live music.
REVIEW: Fun Home at the Arden Theatre Is Family Drama Seen Up Close
This accomplished, moving production puts the audience’s imagination to work.
REVIEW: Inis Nua’s Charolais is a Bovine Comedy
The wonderful Corinna Burns shines especially brightly in this droll, delightful show.
REVIEW: Orbiter 3’s A People: Show Far, Show Good
Whether this earnest, winning piece is a successful play is an open question.
REVIEW: In Turning Off the Morning News, Christopher Durang Returns with a Bang
This brilliantly acerbic, absurdist comedy gleefully thumbs its nose at trigger warnings.
REVIEW: Reliving the ‘60s with Catch-22 at Curio Theatre
Is this once-iconic satire still viable, or a historical curiosity? That is the question.
Four Local Bands You Need to See This Month
The amount of musical talent coming out of Philly lately is unprecedented.
REVIEW: In Our Few and Evil Days at Inis Nua, Family History Goes Awry
What’s most unsettling here happens quietly in the shadows.
People Are Literally Selling Their Bon Jovi Tickets for $6
You can see Bon Jovi in Philly for less than the cost of a cheesesteak.