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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.
This cherry blossom festival is about more than strolling under the blossoms (not that we don’t deserve a flowery walk after our March snowstorm). The citywide annual event highlights a rich array of Japanese arts and culture.
Back in the early 1990s, Jay Schwartz wanted no part of VHS — and now, when almost everyone else has moved onto digital, he’s still committed to the 16-millimeter films he’s been screening for the last 25 years.
This film series from Haverford and Bryn Mawr offers four intimate, complex, and challenging portraits from the late 1960s and our current decade, including an iconic New York interview and a year in the life of an HIV patient.