The BSR Weekly Arts and Culture Roundup, May 25-31, 2023
NoLibs Night Market, Black Birders Week, Angel Dose, and more
Be Holding and Angel Dose hit the stage and screen, Memorial Day at the MoAR, and the return of the Northern Liberties Night Market. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
The BSR Weekly Arts and Culture Roundup, May 18-24, 2023
HBCU Festival, Illuminating Birds, The Big Reveal, and Vinyl Tap 215
Kyle V. Hiller rounds up the week, with selections from the African American Museum in Philadelphia, the Mann, drag queen Sasha Velour, and a special edition of Vinyl Tap 215.
BSR Classical Music Interludes, May 2023, part 2
A national competition, honoring George Crumb, Relâche recreates, and more
Gail Obenreder previews the rest of May’s classical music offerings, with events from Astral Artists, Artcinia, Orchestra 2001, Lyric Fest, and Relâche.
The return of the Jewish New Media Festival
A triumphant comeback story
The festival is back after a four-year hiatus, with Kosha Dillz and Karen Cinnamon leading the way. Stephen Silver previews.
Join us for The Power of Food Media: A Conversation with Kae Lani Palmisano & BSR
It’s BSR’s first foodie event!
It’s a great time whenever the BSR community gets together, and we’re branching out to welcome some of the city’s top food journalists for an exciting discussion panel (and delicious local food). Here's everything you need to know.
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The BSR Weekly Arts and Culture Roundup, May 11-17, 2023
Symphonie fantasique, School of Rock, The Puzzle, and more
Philadelphia Orchestra concludes its 2022-23 season, School of Rock and The Puzzle come to the theater stage, and a fashion show for the culture. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
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Philadelphia Ballet and Angel Corella present Coppélia
Love and laughter prevail
Philadelphia Ballet concludes its season with Coppélia, a new full-length work full of humor and fantasy, featuring choreography by artistic director Angel Corella. Melissa Strong previews.
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The BSR Weekly Arts and Culture Roundup, May 4-10, 2023
sandblasted, Masquerade, South Street Fest, and more
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.
BSR Classical Music Interludes, May 2023
Tempesta di Mare celebrates a unique first win, Black Founders Musical Experience, and more
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.
The BSR May 2023 repertory movie roundup
Grease turns 45, Sports Movie Night, screening Barry Jenkins, and more
May sees familiar screenings like Goodfellas and Rocky Horror, but this month also has some rare, unique offerings. Stephen Silver rounds up.
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