How to Catch Creation is a Unique Story About Finding What Makes You Shine and How We’re All Connected

Feature Image: Jonathan Bangs and Lindsay Smiling. All photos by Paola Nogueras A bare bones set of a few couches, desks, glasses of wine, books. This is all that’s needed to tell the stories of Stokes and Riley, Griffin and Tami, Natalie and G.K.; and their various interactions. How to Catch Creation, written by Christina Anderson and directed by Nataki Garrett is simply fascinating. The play follows … Continue reading How to Catch Creation is a Unique Story About Finding What Makes You Shine and How We’re All Connected

Tour Publicist Laura Wheeler Talks About PAW Patrol Live at the Kimmel Center and Her Philly Roots

PAW Patrol LIVE! is coming to the Kimmel Center’s Academy of Music from April 5th to the 7th. This puppy-filled adventure takes place on race day! Audiences join the PAW Patrol crew as Adventure Bay’s Mayor Goodway and Foggy Bottom’s Mayor Humdinger are about to compete. But Mayor Goodway is nowhere to be found! Ryder calls on his friends Marshall, Chase, Skye, Rubble, Rocky, Zuma, and … Continue reading Tour Publicist Laura Wheeler Talks About PAW Patrol Live at the Kimmel Center and Her Philly Roots

The AIDS Fund’s 20th Annual Black-Tie GayBINGO Recap

photos by Jeff Fusco for AIDS Fund On March 23rd, the 20th Annual Black-Tie GayBINGO raised funds for HIV/AIDS emergency services and awareness efforts in the region. The AIDS Fund event featured bingo with drag queens, cocktails, dinner, entertainment and three special awards. The Favorite Straight Person of the Year award went to Gershman Y Maintenance Supervisor Keith Jenkins. The Founders’ Award was presented to Stephen P. Carlino and Dennis R. Fee, owners of … Continue reading The AIDS Fund’s 20th Annual Black-Tie GayBINGO Recap

Step Inside the Mind of Christopher Boone in the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Photo: Austin Nedrow in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Walnut Street Theatre. Photo courtesy of Walnut Street Theatre. A dead dog, a small town outside of London, some suspicious neighbors, a mystery, a secret, a journey. These elements make up the story of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, playing at the Walnut Street Theatre until April … Continue reading Step Inside the Mind of Christopher Boone in the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Miss Saigon Comes to Life at the Kimmel Center until March 31st.

PHOTO: Emily Bautista as “Kim” and Anthony Festa as “Chris” in the North American tour of Miss Saigon singing “Last Night of the World”. Photo by Matthew Murphy. Miss Saigon is one of the most successful shows in musical theatre history. The story was first brought to life in London, in 1989. Composer Claude-Michel Schönberg was inspired to write the show after seeing a photo of a Vietnamese … Continue reading Miss Saigon Comes to Life at the Kimmel Center until March 31st.

The Kimmel Center’s 2019-2020 Season Has Been Announced and it’s So Fetch!

(Photo Credit: Joan Marcus) There’s nothing stopping me from going to NYC on any given day and seeing a Broadway show. Well, except maybe the fact that some of these productions are consistently sold out or resold for way too much money. So, I’m here with some great news! The shows you have been dying to see are coming here to Philadelphia in 2019/2020! But … Continue reading The Kimmel Center’s 2019-2020 Season Has Been Announced and it’s So Fetch!

Actor Red Concepcion Talks About Bringing the Role of the Engineer to Life in Miss Saigon

Last week, I called Red Concepcion. He’s the actor currently portraying the Engineer in Miss Saigon’s US tour. After speaking to him, I’m not sure who is more pumped up about the show’s Philadelphia stop- me or Red! With almost two weeks here, March 19th to the 31st, Red is excited that Miss Saigon is making longer than usual visits to each town, giving him … Continue reading Actor Red Concepcion Talks About Bringing the Role of the Engineer to Life in Miss Saigon

The Screaming Orphans’ “Life in a Carnival” Will Pull You Out of the Winter Blues

I’ve been talking up the Screaming Orphans a lot recently. But, it’s hard to describe these four sisters from Ireland without just bringing someone to the nearest Irish festival to see them live. This Friday’s release, Life in a Carnival, is album number 14 for the band. It was recorded in London with producer John Reynolds (Sinead O’Connor, Damien Dempsey, Brian Eno, Robert Plant, David … Continue reading The Screaming Orphans’ “Life in a Carnival” Will Pull You Out of the Winter Blues

Get to Know Katharine Hepburn at Walnut Street Theatre

Katharine Hepburn is a household name. She was a queen of film and stage (despite being labeled as “box office poison” at one point). She also received four Academy Awards for Best Actress- a record that will be hard to beat- for Morning Glory, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, The Lion in Winter, and On Golden Pond. We’ve all seen at least one of her … Continue reading Get to Know Katharine Hepburn at Walnut Street Theatre

This Year’s ‘RENT’- Broadway’s Bittersweet Rock Musical is SOLD OUT in Philadelphia

Feature photo: The Company of the RENT 20th Anniversary Tour, photo by Carol Rosegg A Pulitzer Prize winner. A 20th anniversary tour. A SOLD OUT run in Philadelphia. This is RENT. It’s no surprise that Jonathan Larson’s RENT once won the Tony award for best musical. It’s also no surprise that this show, about a group of young friends living with HIV/AIDS, received so many other … Continue reading This Year’s ‘RENT’- Broadway’s Bittersweet Rock Musical is SOLD OUT in Philadelphia