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Tiny Room for Elephants, The Impressionist’s Eye, Weeding Out the Stoned, Philadelphia Oddities Market and more.
The Ultimate Guide to Fourth of July in Philly
Whether you’re looking to watch fireworks or find something for the whole family, we’ve got you covered.
The Cheapskate Parent’s Guide to Summer in Philly
Summer fun doesn’t need to break the bank.
Three Itineraries for Having a Fun Day with Your Family This Summer
From the city to the ’burbs to the Shore, all for under $45.
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.