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Philly blossoms in May, and it really shows this week. Classical music and movie screenings are abundant this month, and CSz Philly’s Off the Record is a musical mockumentary that will be unique each time it performs. ConsentFest from YES! sets up in Clark Park, and of course, there’s this week’s roundup featuring Theatre Horizon’s sandblasted, Masquerade from Koresh Dance Company, and Intercultural Journeys’ 20th anniversary celebration.
Have you signed up for our upcoming May event The Power of Food Media: A Conversation with Kae Lani Palmisano and BSR yet? I hope to see you there! (Friends of BSR get a discount, by the way.)
Take care of yourself!
Kyle V. HillerBSR associate editor
CSz Philly’s Off the Record is a mockumentary musical improv featuring a unique performance with each showing. Daralyse Lyons previews.
May offerings from Curtis Opera Theatre, Jeremy Winston Chorale, and Pyxis Piano Trio; and Tempesta di Mare celebrates its Fasch Prize win. Gail Obenreder previews.
May sees familiar screenings like Goodfellas and Rocky Horror, but this month also has some rare, unique offerings. Stephen Silver rounds up.
Olivia J. B. Baxter
YES! brings its ConsentFest to Clark Park this weekend for an afternoon of activities, storytelling, play, and performance centered on anti-oppressive, consent-based, pleasure-focused sex ed. Olivia J. B. Baxter previews.
Kyle V. Hiller
May opens with the regional premiere of sandblasted, while Koresh dances at Suzanne Roberts, South Street Fest returns, and new exhibitions open at the Perkins Center. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
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