Arts & Entertainment

Almanac Dance Circus Theatre features two South Philly residents in an acrobatics show

The art of partnered acrobatics requires coordination, cooperation and trust - ideas that similarly comprise a community. In its latest performance, Almanac Dance Circus Theatre, a local movement-based performing arts ensemble, is reprising its...

South Philly band set to release debut “Marconi” EP

There’s a certain rite of passages South Philadelphian adolescents tend to experience. Pursuits commonly include attempting alcohol buys at corner stores, meeting up with friends at nearby parks and, at one point or another, dreaming...

South Philly resident and PA Ballet principal dancer takes the final bow

Close to 26 years ago, Bella Vista resident Ian Hussey sat in the crimson velvet seats of the Academy of Music as he watched Pennsylvania Ballet’s signature production of “George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.” Over the...

Young female choirs draw vocalists from the Mid-Atlantic region

From the Camden Waterfront to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, budding Philadelphia vocalists are partnering in song and spirit with singers around the Mid-Atlantic. Whether seizing the stage of Carnegie Hall or staircases at the Philadelphia...

New Philadelphia’s Magic Garden Exhibit displays self-portraits of Isaiah Zagar

Years before the word “selfie” was coined, prolific multimedia artist Isaiah Zagar captured his own self-portraits. While the award-winning muralist is recognized by his kaleidoscopic works of public art, much of Zagar’s creative compendium encompasses...

Plazapalooza is coming back this weekend, and it’s better than ever

Plazapalooza is back. The beginning-of-summer event held annually by the South of South Neighborhood Association will officially become a decade old this Saturday, May 11, for its 10th annual festival. This year’s event will...

Passyunk Square resident produces audio-kinetic sculpture performance

When multimedia artist and Drexel University professor Joshua Ben Longo was a young child, he cherished a small blanket named Dobby.   As a visionary particularly responsive to senses, Longo recalls the object’s softness but...

Made-at-Bok Mother’s Day Market set for Saturday, May 11

The Bok Building tenants are hosting a Mother’s Day Market Saturday, May 11 in the BOK Workshop (821 Dudley Street entrance) from noon to 4 p.m. Participating tenants invite the public to shop directly...

South Philly local politicians and “Peace-a-Thon” award-winners to chronicle Philly violence in film documentary

The educational arena and elected officials have lauded the cinematography overflow of NKA Creations founders Nazir and Robert Alston with previous accolades such as a citation by Democratic State Representative Jordan Harris, Activities Grant...

New play inspired by Philadelphia-based playwright’s experience with The Weinstein Company

A few years ago, Philadelphia-based playwright Emily Acker was hired by The Weinstein Company to help write the revival of a 1980s Britsh comedy television show, “Three Up, Two Down.” During the infancy of...
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