The Kimmel Center unveils a newly-renovated performance space Thursday, a studio theater where playwrights and musicians will create and present new works, including an unusual art exhibit.
Officials at the Kimmel Center unveiled their brand new digital installation in the Perelman Theater on Tuesday which they hope will be the venue chosen by corporations and filmmakers alike to screen their productions.
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts is teaming up with the Greater Philadelphia Film Office to begin showing movies at their venue.
Kimmel Center president and chief executive Anne Ewers says the theme this year is, “If you had a time machine, where would you go?”
“One of my all-time favorites is ‘Tuba Christmas,’ says Anne Ewers, president and CEO of the Kimmel Center.
The union representing about a thousand theatre stagehands and other workers have reached a tentative contract deal with the Kimmel Center and its managed venues in center city Philadelphia.
The Wanamaker pipe organ, nestled in the Grand Court of what is now Macy’s center city Philadelphia department store, is celebrating 100 years of high notes.