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Music director Michael Ludwig will conduct the Roxborough Orchestra on April 12 at the Venice Island Performing Arts and Recreation Center. more
Quintessence Theatre's production of Macbeth has received such an electrifying response that the company is extending its run through April 28. more
Morris Arboretum & Gardens will host a series of springtime events in April that will guide visitors on tours of the gardens and lead them in webinars. more
“An Unmarried Woman,” featuring Jill Clayburgh, stands among a select group of 1970s films crafted by male filmmakers that deftly address women's concerns. more
Woodmere Art Museum will host a field trip to Church of the Advocate in North Philadelphia April 21 as part of its display of “Sold Into Bondage.” more
Friends of the Wissahickon will host a family-friendly hike with wellness consultant Brandi Aulston on April 13, starting at Houston Playground in Roxborough. more
Germantown artist Linda Gail Sanders on April 15 will discuss the “Deep Rivers” mural she painted on the walls of the Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion. more
For a store known for its comic books, games and collectible items, Multiverse now welcomes book signings with special guests. more
No matter the staging, Shakespeare's "Macbeth" is elusive. Always, you struggle with the absurd, nagging sympathy you feel for a blood-drenched tyrant. more
The opportunity to see a Hayao Miyazaki treasure on the big screen is happening right here in Chestnut Hill. more
The original work of self-taught art studio mates Dwayne Boone and Alonzo Troy Humphrey will be presented in “Philly Through Our Eyes.” more
Philly Theatre Week returns April 4 to 14 with several presentations scheduled. more
Susan Schaefer, whose own life story makes a compelling must-read, will guide aspiring storytellers in six consecutive workshops starting April 4. more
The final recital in the “Five Fridays” series of fundraising concerts held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill, is set for April 19. more
Among the 30-odd plays and librettos of Terrence McNally, the madcap humor of "It's Only A Play" stands out. more
Perhaps no other movie genre, save for the classic western, relies more on time and place than the detective movie.  more
The works of artists including Sarah Miriam Peale, Susette Inloes Schultz Keast and Selma Hortense Burke are on display at Woodmere. more
Young Musicians Musicales will celebrate its 90th anniversary season with a special concert at Woodmere Art Museum. more
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