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Mt. Airy's Quintessence Theatre Group production features real-life husband and wife Rachel Bay Jones as Mrs. Maggie Antrobus and Benim Foster as Mr. George Antrobus. "The Skin of Our Teeth" streams through August 1. more
The question to Jeanne Sorg is: What's a nice Mayor like you doing on a stage like this? And the answer is: Participating in “He-e-e-er's Tony!” the final presentation of Ambler's Act II Playhouse's 2020-2021 season. more
The Philadelphia Orchestra’s two most recent “virtual” concerts were short in duration but interesting in repertoire. Philadelphia’s Academy of Vocal Arts offered a virtual “Farewell Recital” for graduating students. more
Rev. Becca Ehrlich will discuss her book, “Christian Minimalism: Simple Steps for Abundant Living” , accompanied by her friend, Rev. Callie Swanlund. more
One of the most interesting aspects of the Philadelphia Orchestra’s current season of “virtual” concerts recorded in the Kimmel Center is the need to limit the number of musicians assembled on the stage of Verizon Hall. more
For years, every time I saw the byline Natalie Pompilio in the Philadelphia Inquirer, I would make it a point to read the story. I knew it was bound to be a compelling human-interest story. more
Gianna Yanelli, is (virtually) appearing in “Comedy Tonight” at Act II Playhouse in Ambler. more
With a new public art installation and a related exhibit at the Woodmere Art Museum, artist Tom Judd has attention focused on his process right now. So he decided to focus on the process of other artists. more
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill, marked the season of Lent with a Choral Evensong. The Academy of Vocal Arts continued its “virtual” season with “Jubilate!” more
Emmy-winning film producer and Mt. Airy resident for 26 years, Amy Cohen, will give an illustrated Zoom talk, hosted by Germantown's Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, on Saturday, April 10, 1 p.m., about Octavius Catto, Philadelphia's foremost civil rights leader in the 19th century. more
The other night, I made a dish for dinner that everyone loved. A recipe had popped up in my news feed that day for baked feta cheese and tomato pasta. The following day, a friend texted me the same recipe. That same night, my older daughter sent me a proud photo from her college kitchen of the same pasta, in a casserole dish as well. more
As we Americans struggle with the COVID-19 coronavirus, we shouldn’t give ourselves a pass on the “other” pandemic afflicting American society, one that has been a virtual curse on … more
The proverb “necessity is the mother of invention” has proved true again and again during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Molly Sweeney leads a full and productive life as a woman who is blind. But her husband, Frank, can never leave well enough alone. more
Is there a price to pay for fame coupled with the curse of color and gender? Were she alive today, Florence Price (1887-1953), said to be the first African-American woman to be recognized as a symphonic composer, might hold the answer. more
Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, continued its “virtual” season in a most unusual way over the final days of January and the first few of February. more
For decades, Katie D’Angelo and Mt. Airy native Valerie Harrison, who both work at Temple University and both have doctorate degrees (Harrison is also a lawyer), engaged in conversations about race and racism. more
Tempesta di Mare provided local music lovers with a remedy to the COVID-19 lockdown that has eliminated in-person concerts since mid-March, 2020. Piffaro will present their “virtual” concert, “Music for Twelfth Night,” January 5-11. more
Ira Levin's “Deathtrap,” produced by Allens Lane Theater and directed by Ryan Walter, will stream online Dec. 4, 5 and 6. more
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