Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
Since 1997, the non-profit MANNA has held its “Pie in the Sky” fundraiser to bring in dollars for their efforts of feeding critically ill people in the region.
Here is an eclectic list of offerings this spring, designed to entice novice theatergoers as well as seasoned ticket holders.
Philadelphia’s Arden Theatre has opened its 25th season with an elaborate production of the 2010 Pulitzer prize-winning musical drama, “Next To Normal.”
Philadelphia may be a train ride away from Broadway and across the country from Hollywood, but the city still has more than its share of rising stars.
Brace yourself! You are about to be treated to the Arden Theatre’s production of “Cyrano.”
It’s a weird history of a house, a neighborhood, and the people who’ve come and gone over five decades.
Since 1976, the United States has set aside February as Black History Month. Here’s where to take part in the celebration of African American history, culture and heritage in the Philadelphia area.
It’s a panorama of occasionally nasty but certainly unforgettable players, recommended for mature audiences in mid-teens and up.
The Arden Theatre has raised the curtain on “A Moon For The Misbegotten,” a powerful autobiographical work and accepted classic by Eugene O’Neill.
“The Borrowers” has much to say to an audience of all ages. It’s set to run at the Arden Theatre through January 30th.