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January 15, 2014

Tonight Picks: Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Fireside Dining Around Town, Alsace Dinner At Bistrot La Minette And More

Wednesday evenings bring discounted admission to the Philadelphia Museum of Art with its pay-what-you-wish Wednesday event. Explore the galleries within the main building, take part in crafts, yoga, art films, themed tours and more, all included in the pay-what-you-wish price. Plus, with an evening low in the upper-30s, it’s a great evening to enjoy a [...]

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November 12, 2013

The Philadelphia Improv Festival Returns For Its Ninth Year With More Than A Dozen Comedy Shows At Center City Venues, November 12-16

If you never miss an episode of Saturday Night Live and are still lamenting the loss of Upright Citizens Brigade’s television series, we have a festival for you. Launching its ninth year today, Tuesday, November 12, the Philadelphia Improv Festival brings lovers of comedy a five-day event dedicated to both commissioned and submitted improvisational comedy [...]

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April 18, 2013

Tonight Picks: Opening Night For The Beer Garden At The Porch At 30th Street Station, The Kick-Off Party For The Philadelphia Science Festival, BalletX At The Wilma Theater And More

Plenty of great events are on tap tonight in Philadelphia, including the Beer Garden at The Porch at 30th Street station, the first day of the Philadelphia Science Festival and the first performance of Ballet X’s Spring Series 2013. The weather may not be bright and sunny like last week, but temperatures are sure pleasant, [...]

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April 11, 2013

PIFA For Fringe Lovers: Fun, Funky And Progressive Performances This Week And Beyond

Have you participated in PIFA yet? As the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts approaches its halfway point, there are still tons of excellent performances and events yet to come at the Kimmel Center and beyond, including the daylong Street Fair on April 27. If shows thus far haven’t inspired theater-going, take a look towards [...]

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January 7, 2013

Luna Theater Takes A Risk With Lungs, Performed Without Props, Costume Changes Or Standard Set, Opening January 25

With just two actors and a bare stage, playwright Duncan Macmillan’s Lungs explores a big topic that has perplexed couples throughout the ages: Is now a good time to have a baby? The intimate drama, presented by Luna Theater Luna Theater, starting January 25, proves the weighty question can sure shake up a romantic relationship. [...]

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July 16, 2012

Roundup: Our Guide To The Best Live Comedy In Philadelphia

Philadelphia’s thriving music scene is widely recognized, with rising local artists like Dr. Dog and Chiddy Bang, plus icons like Questlove, gaining national recognition. But for those who love to laugh (that’s everybody, in case you forgot), the city’s burgeoning comedy scene is also worth some attention. The comedy community in the 2-1-5 has been [...]

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December 21, 2011

ComedySportz Philadelphia Presents “A Very Special Ladies And Gentlemen Christmas Special,” On Stage December 21-23

Put the ho ho ho in your holiday with ComedySportz Philadelphia’s “A Very Special Ladies and Gentlemen Christmas Special,” on stage starting tonight, December 21, through December 23. It’s a fully-improvised musical comedy for the holidays, the perfect complement to a festive dinner or drinks in the city. Every night, the players combine your suggestions [...]

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October 28, 2011

InterAct Theatre Company Presents The How And The Why By HBO’s “In Treatment” Writer Sarah Treem, On Stage Through November 13

InterAct Theatre Company opens its 2011/2012 season with an astounding play by HBO screenwriter Sarah Treem. The How And The Why, inspired by the best-seller Woman: An Intimate Geography by New York Times writer Natalie Angier, is a tale of evolution, of feminism, of adoption, of mother-daughter relationships, generational clashes and modern America. As the [...]

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September 13, 2011

11th Hour Theatre Company Opens Its 2011-12 Season With Bomb-itty Of Errors, A Hilarious Rap Parody Of Shakespeare’s Comedy Of Errors

If you’re looking to check out something on the (way) funnier side of things this fall theater season, pick up a ticket for 11th Hour Theatre Company’s Bomb-itty of Errors. This Off-Broadway comedy, back by hugely popular demand for the second time in Philadelphia, is a theatrical mash-up of Shakespearean verse, hip-hop style, absurdity, comedy, [...]

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August 31, 2011

Fringe Pick: The Speed Of Surprise!, A Vintage Sci-Fi Comedy On Stage At The Adrienne Theater September 2-10

After last year’s sold-out performances, The Groundswell Players are returning to the Fringe with their newest creation, The Speed of Surprise!, taking audiences back to “the silver screen days of Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers.” The show tells the tale of four intergalactic assassins zooming through the void. Watch as the team negotiates the cosmos [...]

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