The Weekly Roundup, January 12-19
Finding the blueprint with MLK speeches
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year, Kyle V. Hiller considers what the blueprint will be for 2022 and beyond via a series of speeches from the civil rights activist.
1812 Productions presents Jennifer Childs and Scott Greer’s Two Outta Three
Staging the empty nest
In Two Outta Three, Jennifer Childs and Scott Greer become empty nesters and explore what's next with their signature humor and charm. Jill Ivey reviews.
The Weekly Roundup, December 8-15
‘LESS IS MORE’, Looking for Light with IJ, ‘Tapcracker’ and other holiday festivities
Unique takes on holiday classics, an online concert from Intercultural Journeys,, art from Makeba Rainey, and more this week. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
The Weekly Roundup, December 1-8
First Friday at the Barnes, healing with Theatre Exile, ¡Parranda!, and more
Yolanda Wisher & the Afroeaters pay a visit to the Barnes, a restorative healing workshop at Theatre Exile, Jingle Jawn, and more. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up the week.
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The BSR Podcast, Season 6, Episode 6: Cameron Kelsall on the theater critic's job
Catching up with one of BSR's core theater critics
BSR podcaster Darnelle Radford gets theater critic Cameron Kelsall in the digital studio for this chat about why it's OK to narrow your focus, what the critic's job really is, and more.
The BSR Podcast, Season 6, Episode 5: Kyle V. Hiller on laying the foundations
Catching up with BSR's associate editor
BSR podcaster Darnelle Radford gets associate editor Kyle V. Hiller in the digital studio for this chat about what we build without even realizing it, the real BSR agenda, and more.
The BSR Podcast, Season 6, Episode 4: Alaina Johns on the art scene future
Catching up with BSR's editor-in-chief
BSR podcaster Darnelle Radford gets editor-in-chief Alaina Johns in the digital studio for this chat about how our team handled the shutdowns, what we need to watch for in the future of arts funding, and, of course, the latest at BSR.
The BSR Podcast, Season 6, Episode 3: Neil Bardhan Returns
Catching up with BSR's executive director
BSR podcaster Darnelle Radford gets executive director Neil Bardhan in the digital studio for this chat about why Philly is delicious, why Darnelle feels awkward lately, and, of course, the latest at BSR.
The BSR Podcast, Season 5, Episode 12: R. Eric Thomas and the world premiere of The Ever Present
Is that a dinosaur loose in South Philly?
Today on the podcast, writer R. Eric Thomas stops by to talk with host Darnelle Radford about his new family-friendly play, The Ever Present, a piece that shines a light on our collective history as the world continues to change.
The Weekly Roundup, September 29-October 5
Mural Arts Month, Philadelphia Orchestra, WHITE, and the Virtual Latino Arts Festival
Celebrating and meditating on mural art, Our City, Your Orchestra returns, and James Ijames's WHITE is presented by Villanova Theatre. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.