Symphony in White: A Portrait of Peace

Presented by 180 Dance Comp. and Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA) at Moore College of Art & Design April 16, 2011 180 Dance Company and Moore College of Art & Design have united in a ground-breaking production that
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Building on Balanchine

Agon by George Balanchine, music by I. Stravinsky featuring the Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra World Premiere by Benjamin Millepied Who Cares by George Balanchine, music by G. Gershwin featuring the Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra Benjamin Millepied is "one of ballet's most promising young choreographers..." -New York Magazine Pennsylvania Ballet honors its Balanchine heritage and (more...)

Philadelphia Liberty Dance Challenge

Philadelphia Liberty Dance Challenge

Dancing With the Stars? Pshaw—Philly’s got Dancing With the Gays! Well, it’s actually called the Philadelphia Liberty Dance Challenge, the Pennsylvania championships of same-sex dancing that’ll feature everyone from novices to seasoned pros gunning for the North American OutGames in Vancouver, Canada this summer. The sixth annual (more...)

Cirque du Soleil : Alegria

Alegría is a mood, a state of mind. The themes of the show, whose name means "jubilation" in Spanish, are many. Power and the handing down of power over time, the evolution from ancient monarchies to modern democracies, old age, youth—it is against this backdrop that the (more...)

Basil Twist’s Petrushka in Philadelphia

Master puppeteer Basil Twist, known over the world for his astonishingly innovative productions, makes his Philadelphia debut with Petrushka, a dazzling interpretation of this brilliant Stravinsky ballet that premiered in 1911 in Paris. Delight your eyes and ears as puppets fly, dance and float in midair and tell the tale (more...)

Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Trans-Siberian Orchestra:”Beethoven’s Last Night”

“One a late night in the spring of 1827 the city of Vienna is experiencing the largest lightning storm in its long history. Within a large disheveled room, Ludwig Von Beethoven is slumped over his piano and on the piano sits the just completed manuscript for his Tenth Symphony. It (more...)

Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival; Sukura Sunday

Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival Presented by Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia at Various Locations March 4-April 15, 2011 The Subaru Cherry Blossom of Greater Philadelphia, now in its 13th year, is one of the largest of its type in North America. What began as a small ceremony (more...)

‘The Terrible Girls’

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...)

The Qadim Ensemble in Philadelphia

The Qadim Ensemble in Philadelphia

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 Spring Beer Festival

McCoole’s Spring Beer Festival

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 International Flower Show Family Night

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...)

Disney & Cameron Mackintosh present Mary Poppins

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...)

Good Charlotte

Good Charlotte:This Century, Forever the Sickest Kids

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...)

Elemental Matters: Artists Imagine Chemistry

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...)

Swan Lake In Philadelphia

"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...)


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