With a scale and sound producers say is ready to rival ‘Les Miserables,’ this Victor Hugo epic gets new life onstage with this adaptation, borrowing the stirring music of the Disney animated film for a grown-up story.
The Mann Center promises an “out of this world” concert event, honoring an extraordinary Air Force and NASA veteran with the tunes of Strauss, Haydn, John Williams, and more.
Courageous writer/performer Tenara Calem tackles hard and hilarious truths as she explores life with a brother who has autism. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
For its outdoor summer Shakespeare this year, REV unleashes Hamlet to wander among the residents and guests of historic Laurel Hill Cemetery.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art opens a unique exhibition sure to have wide appeal: A stunning selection of wildlife photographs from a veteran of ‘National Geographic’ get their due as fine art.
In this small multimedia exhibition, optimism about a more accepting future for interracial couples and mixed-race people is balanced with anger at the many issues that still exist. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
Trying to contact Senator Toomey is increasingly fruitless. What are Philly’s most creative citizens doing instead? Alaina Mabaso checks out the scene.
A community festival on Germantown Avenue marks an important milestone in American history that reminds us that past and present paths to equality are often more complicated than they seem.
A unique collaboration between some of the city’s top arts organizations and performers celebrates the talent inside a Montgomery County correctional facility, and brings it to Philly.
PWTF 2017 isn’t until August, but donors can help now with the costs of staging its world-premiere headliner musical about a march a lot of us would probably like to take.