Conrad Benner wants to start a revolution — or at least a pop-up of one. This summer, works curated by this connoisseur of all things Philly street art take over Old City and the waterfront.
When Paige Price took the helm of a floundering Philadelphia Theatre Company, she steered toward safer financial waters. But will that keep the company afloat? A.D. Amorosi considers.
Choreographic storyteller Tania Isaac’s 'crazy beautiful' weaves a multimedia tapestry of motion and music. A.D. Amorosi reviews.
Bright bold jazz singer-musician-composer Nellie McKay tackles issues of gender identity and the secret life of performer Billy Tipton. A.D. Amorosi reviews.
The four purposely pretentious movement artists of Philly’s Almanac Dance Circus Theatre join forces with Good Good Comedy. A.D. Amorosi reviews.
A premier festival for the making of new American musicals has made its home in Philadelphia for the last three years, proving yet again that developing a musical is anything but dry for artists and audience.
Ben Dibble, one of Philadelphia's best-known actor/singers, takes center stage at the Arden Cabaret Series and puts his family in the spotlight. A.D. Amorosi reviews.
This year’s Philadelphia Flower Show is a pleasant trip to tulip time in Holland. But how does all this play out with global warming and a climate-denying new EPA chief? A.D. Amorosi puts on the wooden shoes and reports.
Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer's 'The Little Gate Crasher' recalls the author's great-uncle, a celebrity photographer and star in his own Lehigh Valley community. A.D. Amorosi reviews.
Philly playwrights brave enough to turn over the first page of an unpublished or languishing play can get a creative jolt from improvisers and their audience.