The Weekly BSR Arts and Culture Roundup, September 21-27, 2022
‘The Brothers Size,’ NoLibs Night Market, Hare Krishna Street Fair, and more
This week features a mystical play about freedom and brotherhood, a night market for foodies, the Latin American Book Fair, Philly Film Showcase, and more. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
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Opera Philadelphia presents Festival O22: Opera on Film
Every frame a song
Gail Obenreder previews Opera Philadelphia’s Festival O22, which features 30 films screened at the Philadelphia Film Center.
Cooking up Koshersoul with chef Michael Twitty
Food for diasporas
Chef Michael Twitty, a James Beard Award-winning chef, food historian, and author of Koshersoul, serves up conversation at the Weitzman this week. Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer previews.
Philly Fringe 2022: Shavon Norris’s Me and Jesus and Prince and Captain Jean-Luc Picard in a One Bedroom Apartment in the Bronx
A love letter, a challenge, and an invitation
Shavon Norris welcomes us in as she dances, speaks, and chants a lively testament to the artifacts of her life. Eileen B. Fisher previews.
The BSR Weekly Arts and Culture Roundup, September 14-20, 2022
Exhibitions and festivals for the soul
A chance to explore home, history, healing, and our place in our nature throughout the week. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
The Print Center presents Ukrainian Photography Today
Everyday life in not-so-everyday scenes
The Print Center teams up with Dr. Ksenia Nouril and Irina Glik for an exhibit photographing the people of Ukraine during their everyday lives, before and during the war. Gary L. Day previews.
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Philly Fringe 2022: The Delaware Valley Opera Company presents Liebovar, or The Little Blind Girl
A fairy-tale opera for the young at heart
The opera explores love in a village where children are disappearing one by one in this heroic tale from Misha Dutka. Camille Bacon-Smith previews.
The BSR Weekly Arts and Cultural Roundup, September 7-13, 2022
Picks for this year's Fringe Festival
Kyle V. Hiller makes his picks for this year's Fringe Festival.
Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series presents Annie Dorsen’s Algorithmic Theater
What happens when the algorithm determines your theater experience? Dara McBride previews Annie Dorsen's retrospective as it comes to Philadelphia for the first time.
BSR Classical Music Interludes: September 2022
The monthly roundup of classical music returns
Gail Obenreder rounds up upcoming classical music events throughout the month of September.
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