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You want to burst out laughing, but you don't because you also feel a little bit scared. more
"The Winter's Tale" is so wild it is unsurprising that few theaters are nervy enough to take it on. more
To say that the show was a disaster I feel is a gross understatement. more
During her many travels (France, Italy, Greece, Scotland, and Canada), she studied at Rhodes University in South Africa for one year, which she devoted entirely to classes in drama. more
AVA’s president and artistic director, K. James McDowell, of East Falls, conceived “Jubilate!” to fill the contemporary absence of great music heard in churches and the loss of that repertoire not only for music-lovers, but for professional singers as well. more
This eclectic, week-long performance festival will feature seven shows from risk-taking, independent artists that run the gamut from contemporary circus, erotic, burlesque and clown performances. more
For the past three years in the pages of the Chestnut Hill Local, I have been so fortunate to be able to write about what I love most: food. more
“These are great roles, and I'm lucky to have them,” said Zak, who admits to being 50-ish and growing up as the class clown in Collegeville. more
Whereas PCCH’s Steinway grand is a masterwork that beautifully evokes the sound of turn-of the-20th-century Steinways – mellow, but clear – the instrument at St. Paul’s sounds as though it were wearing a woolen mute. more
The spritely, energetic woman with the empathetic, crystal-blue eyes is a rock star of sorts in Warsaw, well-known for her kids’ cooking school Little Chef – and for the nonprofit Recipe for Independence, an organization that has helped feed some of the more than two million refugees who’ve crossed the border into Poland since war broke out Feb. 24 in the Ukraine. more
Floyd will be performing “From Gospel to Jazz,” a concert about the impact of the Black experience on American music, at 5 p.m. Sunday, March 27, in the Epiphany Chapel at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (SCH). more
Everyone involved in the service, which drew an encouragingly large congregation, wore masks, even the choristers while singing. more
Since the Mt. Airy institution opened in July 1936 down on Germantown Ave., not even World War II was able to dampen decades of spirited St. Patty’s celebrations at the neighborhood tavern like the arrival of COVID. more
Anyone interested in planting new trees in Chestnut Hill, supporting the maintenance of green spaces, or becoming a tree tender with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, which supervises the program, is welcome at the March 17 event.  more
“Buyer and Cellar,” the latest offering at Ambler's Act II Playhouse, is a comedy about the price of fame, the cost of things and the oddest of odd jobs. more
According to the playwright, the play is about “falling in love while grieving, gentrification and karaoke” and what it means to start over again. more
Peter Murphy has written numerous books and articles, often about masculinity and femininity, as well as poetry books. more
Northwest Philadelphia's Irish communities are celebrating their heritage this year with a rousing performance of traditional music at the Commodore Barry Arts & Cultural Center. more
Gwyn Roberts and Richard Stone's Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra has been performing portions of the Baroque repertoire that are beyond the confines of the era’s “Big Three” – Vivaldi, Handel and Bach for 20 years. more
When a stranger runs his car into a ditch in dense fog in South Wales and makes his way to an isolated mansion, he discovers a woman standing over the dead body of her wheelchair-bound husband. more
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