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Members of the Crossing stand in the street by trolley tracks for a group photo on a sunny day

BSR Classical Music Interludes: November 2022

Lyric Fest, Singing City Choir, Master Players, and many more

Gail Obenreder looks at a few of the musical offerings to brighten up any gray days.
Gail Obenreder

Gail Obenreder

Previews 4 minute read
In a cemetery, Hiller wears a long black raincoat with silver accents and cotton candy, with buttons for eyes.

The BSR Arts and Culture Weekly Roundup, October 26-November 1, 2022

Spooktacular festivals and more

Celebrate the season with festivals inspired by Halloween, Día de los Muertos, and Japanese yokai; dive into fall with the Midtown Village Fall Festival; and check out Wolf Play from Theatre Exile. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
Kyle V. Hiller

Kyle V. Hiller

Previews 3 minute read
A band dressed in mostly blacks and reds play various wind instruments outside in a park

The Weekly BSR Arts and Culture Roundup, October 19-25, 2022

The PHonk! hits the town, BATH HOUSE welcomes its stay, and more

The Stand with Ukraine Listening Loom Project, PHonk! Festival, and BATH HOUSE highlight the week, and free admission at AAMP this weekend. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
Kyle V. Hiller

Kyle V. Hiller

Previews 2 minute read
A person dressed in a see-through, flowing robe wears a smiling black, red, and white mask

The Weekly BSR Arts and Culture Roundup, October 12-18, 2022

Peoplehood Parade, Theatre Al Fresco, Portales-Muchos, Mundos, and more this week

A parade for collective liberation, a harvest festival in Germantown, celebrating Latine arts and culture in North Philly, and more, highlight the upcoming week. Kyle V. Hiller profiles.
Kyle V. Hiller

Kyle V. Hiller

Previews 3 minute read
Portrait shot of Esmail, an Indian American woman. She wears a black coat and red scarf against an outdoor city backdrop.

BSR Classical Music Interludes: October 15-30, 2022

Even more October tunes

Continuing our two-part look at October’s packed slate, Gail Obenreder looks at some of the many musical offerings in the second half of Arts and Culture Month.
Gail Obenreder

Gail Obenreder

Previews 3 minute read
Film still. Two actors look at each other, straight faced, illustrations in the room.

Celebrating indie films for 25 years with the FirstGlance Film Festival

From a Philly basement to bicoastal screenings

Stephen Silver previews the upcoming FirstGlance Film Festival.
Stephen Silver

Stephen Silver

Previews 2 minute read
Maslova is in a tutu and alone on stage, looking to the right, light cast over them and the set dimly lit behind her

Philadelphia Ballet’s Cinderella returns to the Academy of Music

A magical opening to the company's new season

The family-friendly performance of Cinderella from Philadelphia Ballet is an ambitious project for children and adults alike. Camille Bacon-Smith previews.
Camille Bacon-Smith

Camille Bacon-Smith

Previews 2 minute read
Temple wears a leopard print spaghetti strapped dress, their arms pushing away as they look off camera.

Intercultural Journeys presents Table Sessions: Solomon Temple

Food for the soul

Intercultural Journeys presents a special edition of Solomon Temple's Songs for the Soul cabaret featuring art, music, fellowship, and food. Melissa Strong previews.
Melissa Strong

Melissa Strong

Previews 3 minute read
An Indigenous person dressed in colorful patterns & headdress holds a drum stick in hand, a small instrument in the other

The Weekly BSR Arts and Culture Roundup, October 5-11, 2022

Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations and more

Celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day in Philly, and discover “weird” art exhibits, a multisensory music project, and the latest novel from Philly’s own Stephanie Feldman. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
Kyle V. Hiller

Kyle V. Hiller

Previews 3 minute read
A portrait of Mayson and Wisher, dressed in black with fabric earrings, embrace each other as they look towards the camera

ConsenSIS presents The Score: World Premiere

The art of poetry and sound for Black women and femme poets

Co-creators Yolanda Wisher and Trapeta B. Mayson formed ConsenSIS, and this weekend, are bringing together Black poets for an intimate afternoon of poetry and sound. Daralyse Lyons previews.

Daralyse Lyons

Previews 3 minute read