November 5, 2014
With cloudy skies and mild temperatures, it’s a great evening for museum visits, theater-going and bar-hopping. The Philadelphia Museum of Art celebrates Wednesday with its recurring evening of pay-what-you-wish admission in addition to a number of after-hours art events like yoga, themed tours, crafts and more. Tonight, the Philadelphia Improv Festival brings major laughs to […]Read more»
November 4, 2014
A plot with many transformations is anything but elementary in Azuka Theatre’s new production, The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence, running November 5 through 23. This sci-fi time-traveling play, a 2014 Pulitzer Prize-finalist by Madeleine George, offers up many intriguing twists and turns, not to mention a love triangle that repeats through time. The […]Read more»
August 7, 2013
We have our fingers crossed the rain will stay away this evening. But, just in case, we’ve rounded up a number of both indoor and outdoor events going on in Philadelphia tonight. Lots of live music, performances and film screenings take the stage in neighborhoods all over the city this evening, and the recurring events […]Read more»
July 29, 2013
It’s time to get wild — Oscar Wilde, that is. Polish your drawing room manners and dry clean your Victorian vintage in time for the Mauckingbird Theatre Company performance of The Importance of Being Earnest. From August 7 to 25, the Off-Broad Street Theater stage will be tossing some of Wilde’s most memorable lines into […]Read more»
August 13, 2012
For the modern generation, the recipe for love is always a bit easier to swallow when mixed with generous helpings of cynicism. Yet any Shakespeare fan can tell you that even as early as the 16th century, there were always those who were willing to turn up a raised eyebrow at the notion of romance. […]Read more»
Check out the video below to meet Harry Smith, starring in Inis Nua Theatre Company’s next show, and learn about what he wishes more people knew about in Philadelphia.
Translated from the Irish language, Inis Nua means “New Island.” The company’s mission is to produce contemporary, provocative plays from Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales which reflect those cultures’ new identities in today’s world. See Harry, and other Inis Nua actors, in The Walworth Farce, on stage starting May 8.
Check out the video below to meet Harry Smith, starring in Inis Nua Theatre Company’s next show, and learn about what he wishes more people knew about in Philadelphia. Translated from the Irish language, Inis Nua means “New Island.” The company’s mission is to produce contemporary, provocative plays from Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales which […]Read more»