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The year 2023 shapes up as an exciting year for theatergoers in the Chestnut Hill area. more
Due to popular demand, Quintessence Theatre Group is extending the run for its well-reviewed seasonal musical, Mary Poppins, through Jan. 8.  more
There was a time when Russell Thompkins, Jr., who grew up in North Philadelphia but has lived in Mt. Airy for 50 years, could hardly walk around the Chestnut Hill area without one of his fans waving or asking for an autograph. more
It has been quite a year for theater in the Chestnut Hill area, with feature shows from two equity theaters as well as professional-grade productions from neighborhood troupes. more
The year 2022 has been a challenging one for classical music lovers – locally, nationally and even internationally. more
The burly, bearded men belting out holiday classics have made the night before Christmas more than just a time this year to watch the Philadelphia Eagles. more
Chestnut Hill author Alfred O'Neill Jr.'s second novel in a trilogy, “Even Climate Change Can’t Stop Love and Murder,” is based on a true story. more
“Boundaries,” a short story by Chestnut Hill writer Ilene Raymond Rush published in “Frankly Feminist,” takes place in Chestnut Hill. more
For centuries, mosaic art has adorned the floors and walls of the rich and famous. Now Chestnut Hill has its own eye-catching installation. more
Two of Chestnut Hill’s most musically active churches hosted two popular concerts on Dec. 10. more
A musical revue of Cole Porter? Where do you start? The number of Cole Porter songs that are now jazz standards is staggering. more
There aren’t many stories as beloved as Charles Dickens’ seasonal classic, “A Christmas Carol.”  Countless versions and adaptations have emerged. more
The Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Chestnut Hill, marked the second week of Advent with an abbreviated and updated “Lessons and Carols” presented Dec. 4. more
Milk and cookies may be fine for Santa, but the rest of us deserve something stronger to take the edge off all that shopping, gift wrapping and wondering what the cat did with the tinsel. more
Mitchell Leisen directs, and Friedrich Hollaender scores the love story between shoplifter Barbara Stanwyck and prosecutor Fred MacMurray in screenwriter Preston Sturges’ Christmastime fable. more
On Wednesdays during the Advent season, the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in Chestnut Hill is offering a time for rest, reflection and fellowship. more
Here she comes again, sailing through the air under that parrot-handle umbrella. It is 1910 in Edwardian England as Mary Poppins returns to Quintessence Theatre for the holiday season. more
Fink's newest effort is “Descent into Darkness, A Fight Against Terror,” in which an angry father sets out to get revenge against the person responsible for duping his daughter into making a pornographic film. more
One of the many joys of Christmas in Chestnut Hill is the return of award-winning artist Eddie Flotte. more
The Academy of Vocal Arts opened its 88th season of fully staged operas with a production of Giuseppe Verdi’s “La Traviata.” more
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