Azuka Theatre will conclude its 11th season with the World Premiere of Jacqueline Goldfinger’s 'The terrible girls'. This new work began its journey as a one-act in the company’s Spotlight Series: New Play Readings in 2009. Now a full-length play, this will be Azuka’s ninth world premiere. A wicked dark comedy of (more...)
Qadim is a word found in both Arabic and Hebrew meaning 'ancient' as well as 'that which will come.' Their repertoire includes Jewish music from throughout the region, Arabic, Turkish Sufi, Hebrew-Yemenite, Ladino, Armenian, Greek and Moroccan music, celebrating the common musical and spiritual heritage of the region's cultures, while (more...)
McCoole's Arts and Events in Quakertown PA for McCoole's Beer Festival. It is coming up! You can enjoy unlimited sampling of over 40 unique beers, live music, great food and craft vendors. There are two 4 hour sessions running from 12 to 4 and 5 to 9 P.M. Starting in (more...)
The 2011 Philadelphia International Flower Show “Springtime in Paris” will present a new fun family night event at this years show-the very delightful storyteller and musician Ruthanne E. Ankney as part of family night fun. Ruthanne E. Ankney will present Mademoiselle Papillon's Enchanted Flower Market. Mademoiselle Papillion's Enchanted Flower (more...)
Beginning in March 2011, the world's most famous nanny will arrive at the Academy of Music. Combining the best of the original stories by P. L. Travers and the beloved Walt Disney film, the Tony Award®-winning MARY POPPINS is everything you'd hope for in a Broadway musical (more...)
The East Coast post-grunge/pop-punk outfit Good Charlotte was founded in 1996 by identical brothers Joel and Benji Madden. Inspired by a Beastie Boys performance on their 1995 Ill Communication tour, the Maddens enlisted the help of several high school classmates in assembling a band that combined the (more...)
The artists in Elemental Matters invent different ways to experience the elements and the periodic table. Listen for the sound of phosphorus. Read hydrogen in braille. View 400 tiny red lights fueled by potassium residues in a mountain. See a body’s nitrogen quota contained in a flask. This exhibition was generously (more...)
"Visually stunning, emotionally wrenching, and gorgeously danced…" -Philadelphia Inquirer Behold Pennsylvania Ballet's own stunning version of the world's most loved ballet. Premiered in 2004 to national acclaim, Christopher Wheeldon's stellar production (more...)
The 81st International Motorshow and Accessories in Geneva begins tomorrow March 3rd and runs till March 13th.
The massive show includes every car manufacturer that you
Conventional histories of Pennsylvania declare that all but a few elderly Lenape people left the state by the opening of the 19th century. Yet, many remained in secret. Children of the little known Lenape-European marriages of the 1700s stayed on the Lenape homelands, practicing their traditions (more...)
" Robert Smythe is considered one of the foremost puppet artists in the United States, referred to as "an amazing amalgam of man and puppet." He has won prestigious fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and awards and honors from the Pennsylvania (more...)
Theresienstadt was one of the concentration camps of World War II, in Czechoslovakia. The Nazis used this camp to con the world, near the end of the war. There were concerts, indoor plumbing, and flower gardens: first staged in Theresienstadt appeared to offer civilized living to its Jewish prisoners. Central to (more...)
Italian fashion designer and artist Roberto Capucci (born 1930) is revered by contemporary designers for his innovative silhouettes and masterful use of form, color, and materials. This exhibition--featuring over eighty works, as well as original drawings and sketches--will be the first survey of his work in (more...)
Beautiful Paris spring will come to Philadelphia on the 6th of March! International Flower Show will transport the visitors to the capital of art, fashion, food, and love — Paris, featuring different displays:
- Opulent Paris, a time of Victorian glamour.
- Romantic Paris, tête-à-tête down the Seine.
- Gourmet Paris, amid rooftop and edible