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For 94 years, The Stagecrafters has been producing plays at its historic venue, serving Philadelphia and the surrounding area at 8130 Germantown Ave. more
Choral Arts Philadelphia will welcome the new year with a rare local performance of one of the most seminal sacred works in their repertoire.  more
Jay Susanin’s Palladio is exhibiting the paintings of vacation coastline scenes by Chestnut Hill artist Cathy Hozack. more
Philadelphia Ballet’s production of “The Nutcracker” continues to soar in the historic Academy of Music through Dec. 30. more
In a new exhibit at the Free Library’s Parkway Central branch, four Germantown artists examine Black culture. more
As a chronicler of toy history, Rob Goldberg welcomed Barbiemania but ultimately, for him, the movie was a disappointment. more
"The Little Prince, The Musical" is the second show in the holiday season offering of Quintessence Theatre. more
Donald Nally will conduct The Crossing choir in the world premiere of a major new work. more
Geri Greinke-Mack is 81 years old, but just like a modern-day Georgia O'Keeffe, she keeps getting better with age. more
Geri-Lynn Utter, who is signing copies of her recently completed book on Dec. 20, has quite a story to tell.  more
Quintessence Theatre begins the holiday season with a sparkling production of "The Fantasticks." more
Quintessence Theatre Group in Mt. Airy presents the musical “The Little Prince” through Dec. 30 in a production aimed at theatergoers of all ages. more
Eighteen local artists are each currently exhibiting four of their works in the annual Northwest Philadelphia Artists Holiday Show & Sale. more
The themes of the holiday season are on full display in cultural arts performances throughout the region.  more
In Chestnut Hill, the holiday season’s hottest ticket is dinner at From Bali to Us. more
After hanging up the headphones in February, former WIP host and current Chestnut Hill resident Angelo Cataldi is back with a new book. more
One of Chestnut Hill’s most popular traditions is back again this year, after a three-year hiatus due to Covid.  more
Chestnut Hill conductor Donald Meineke will lead in a performance of Benjamin Britten’s “A Ceremony of Carols.” more
An award-winning documentary about Holocaust survivor, cantor and military veteran David “Saba” Wisnia is coming to the Center on the Hill. more
Now running at Stagecrafters, Silent Sky honors the life of pioneer astronomer Henrietta Leavitt. more
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