An iceberg floats onstage. Within it we see magic scenes of family strife flashing before us. Why isn’t Crystal like other kids? Why is she so different? You get the picture.
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Bucks County Playhouse is now presenting Harvey Fierstein’s and Cyndi Lauper’s Broadway smash hit Kinky Boots until July 30.
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The iconic Broadway hit Hairspray is now at the Miller Theater until May 22. The Miller Theater is the new name of the former Merriam
Philadelphia Ballet presented Hans van Manen Humankind May 12-15, 2022, at the Academy of Music.
Verdi’s Rigoletto is now being presented by Opera Philadelphia at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music until May 8. In short, the opera is a rousing affair, beautifully sung by young talents, a phenomenal men’s chorus, and thrillingly conducted by Corrado Rovaris. Its weakest link is its muddled, anachronistic direction.
The Dover String Quartet appeared at Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall, at Princeton University on Thursday, April 7, 2022. Their program featured Haydn’s String Quartet in
The Ebene String Quartet appeared onstage at Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall, Princeton University on Thursday, March 31, 2022.
A new film All the Old Knives will be featured on Amazon Prime April 8. Having seen it earlier this week at a Philadelphia screening here is my review.
The Mahler Chamber Orchestra appeared Thursday evening March 24 at Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall.
The Lantern Theater Company of Philadelphia is now presenting Robert Bolt’s celebrated drama A Man for All Seasons at Plays and Players Theatre until April 11.