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Quintessence Theatre Group presents Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth
Humanity and its discontents
The Skin of Our Teeth, Thornton Wilder’s timeless exploration of society’s follies, receives a digital staging from Quintessence Theatre Group that meets our moment. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
The Delaware Art Museum presents Collecting and Connecting: Recent Acquisitions 2010-2020
How does a museum add to its collection? And why? Delaware Art Museum’s Collecting and Connecting: Recent Acquisitions 2010-2020 has adventurous answers. Gail Obenreder reviews.
The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Lovers, friends, and fairies
Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival moves outdoors this season with an ebullient, endearingly goofing staging of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Artists of Wyeth Country by W. Barksdale Maynard
Art icons of the Brandywine
Artists of Wyeth County explores three icons of the Brandywine Valley: Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth, and Andrew Wyeth, honoring their techniques as well as the reasons for their fame. Pamela Forsythe reviews.
Brian Sanders’ JUNK presents Dragonbutter
The art of the game
Dragonbutter is an inventive hour-long experience from Brian Sanders’ JUNK that inserts participants into a hands-on science-fiction video-game quest. Melissa Strong reviews.
The Philadelphia Orchestra presents Ravel and Bizet
The Philadelphia Orchestra revealed a special flair for French masters Maurice Ravel and Georges Bizet in its latest Digital Stage concert. Linda Holt reviews.
Netflix presents Season 3 of Aziz Ansari’s ‘Master of None’
Finding ‘Moments of Love’
‘Moments of Love,’ the third season of the Netflix series ‘Master of None,’ follows a queer Black couple discovering what brings them together, and what pulls them apart. Christina Anthony reviews.
The Brandywine River Museum of Art presents ‘Ralston Crawford: Air & Space & War’
An artist takes flight
The Brandywine River Museum of Art takes a high-flying look at the work of Ralston Crawford with ‘Air & Space & War.’ Gail Obenreder reviews.
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‘Fifty Words for Rain’ by Asha Lemmie
The bonds of family
In Asha Lemmie's debut novel set in post-World War II Japan, a young girl with a Japanese mother and an African American father struggles to find acceptance in a family that despises her. Helene Cohen Bludman reviews.
Filament presents ‘Music for an Inner World’ at Arthur Ross Gallery
Balm in contemplation
Looking inward by looking back, the early music trio Filament presents 'Music for an Inner World,' a concert of 16th- and 17th-century works, in the Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania. Gail Obenreder reviews.