Film buffs, amateur critics and wannabe actors: October’s your month! The 23rd annual Philadelphia Film Festival is here.
Miles Cohen, the artistic director for the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, spoke about the group’s Tuesday, October 21st show at Benjamin Franklin Hall with Dawn Upshaw.
You can find spooktacular shows, tours, family-friendly events and pub crawls to enhance every aspect of your Halloween spirit in Philadelphia.
This October, check out Philly’s vibrant design scene at the 10th annual DesignPhiladelphia.
CEO and President of the Philly POPS, Frank Giordano, says he is looking forward to the upcoming season and its diverse and fun line-up.
If the falling leaves, blue skies and sweater weather of fall have you craving some festivities in honor of the season, South Jersey has you covered.
If you have never been to the ballet, artistic director Angel Corella explains what you can expect from a performance.
The revelation is how adroit “Saturday Night Live” alumni Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader are in their respective roles in this dark drama-comedy.
Attention, Philadelphians: This weekend might be a good one to check out the city’s museum scene.
You stayed up all night finishing Gone Girl and immediately devoured Sharp Objects and Dark Places—yet your appetite for Gillian Flynn’s brand of whip smart, deeply troubling fiction remains unsatisfied. Well, fear not because our sister company Simon & Schuster has the twists, turns, and unreliable narrators to keep you wrapped up in knots.
The 2014-15 season of Jazz at the Kimmel is just underway.
It’s rapid-fire Rossini. That’s what Opera Philadelphia is saying about the Barber of Seville – it’s opener for the 40th season.
A Walk Among the Tombstones is about as nauseatingly off-putting as otherwise competently produced movies get.
The beauty of improv comedy is that you can go again and again and it’s never the same show twice.
Lest No Good Deed go unpunished, let’s cut to the chase: No Good Deed is one bad movie.
The historic USS Olympia is struggling to stay afloat, both literally and financially.