What happens when your faith compels you to dedicate your career to reproductive rights? Dr. Willie Parker wrote the book. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
Does Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre's 90-minute 'Hamlet' help or hurt Will's legacy? Alaina Mabaso considers.
Profiling, gentrification, the magically hypnotic logic of masculinity, and much more infuse a week of storytelling events that get ‘Commonspace’ out of the studio.
To launch the latest season of happenings at sites all along the Germantown Avenue corridor in Northwest Philadelphia, Historic Germantown hosts a festival and a gallery opening full of urgent hometown voices.
With government funding for the arts under attack, what are the best alternatives? BSR convenes five experts for a range of answers. We’ve also got the latest on how you can join the community supporting the BSR mission.
Art book lovers and collectors of every stripe will converge on Olde Kensington in the first weekend of May for this annual extravaganza of the arts in print.
Philly arts leaders and the politicians who support them aren’t waiting around for a bill to defund the country's leading arts organizations to actually hit Congress. They spoke up at PAFA this month. Alaina Mabaso was there.
During a year of special programming and events marking the Ben Franklin Parkway's 100th anniversary, there’s also a major art installation planned. But how does it fit in? Alaina Mabaso considers.
PHIT has been expanding its cross-city collaborations in recent years, and April brings a whole month of shows from New York’s Annoyance Theatre to Philly while the famous comedy group looks for new digs.
Since 2011, this unique all-female performance troupe has been devising its own stories on the ground and in the air. The latest premiere comes to Old City in April.