-Brenda Hillegas Feature photo: Damon Bonetti in The Hound of the Baskervilles. Photo by Alex Medvick. A Sherlock Holmes classic with a twist! The Hound of the Baskervilles is a comedic spoof of the classic Sherlock Holmes novel by Arthur Conan Doyle. You can see this unique, fun retelling at Norristown’s Theatre Horizon for a limited engagement between November 10th and December 8, 2019. Tickets and more info … Continue reading Actor Damon Bonetti gives us some details on the hilarious twist of a Sherlock Holmes classic at Theatre Horizon
-Brenda Hillegas The Arden Theatre Company presents The Snow Queen, coming to Philadelphia between November 27th, 2019 and January 26th, 2020. Just in time for the holiday season! The all-ages play, based on Hans Christian Anderson’s classic fairy tale, was also the inspiration for Disney’s Frozen. You and your family can journey through all four seasons in this beautiful show about friendship, adventure, and magic! … Continue reading Actor Alex Bechtel can’t wait for audiences of all ages to experience “The Snow Queen” at Arden Theatre Company.
-Brenda Hillegas Cover photo: Katherine Fried as The Snow Queen; photo by Wide Eyed Studios The Arden Theatre Company presents The Snow Queen, coming to Philadelphia between November 27th, 2019 and January 26th, 2020. Just in time for the holiday season! The all-ages play, based on Hans Christian Anderson’s classic fairy tale, was also the inspiration for Disney’s Frozen. You and your family can journey … Continue reading A perfect family-friendly adventure! Actress Katherine Fried talks about her role as the Snow Queen, coming soon to the Arden Theatre Company.
-Mark Casasanto Already a city lush with festivals and fairs, the Bella Vista neighborhood of Philly will soon serve as a launching pad for a new and unique opportunity to get out and explore, embrace and enjoy… this time, awash in the principles of Leonardo Da Vinci. Born of the creative minds at the Da Vinci Art Alliance (DVAA), the first time festival is set … Continue reading Bella Vista to host Da Vinci Fest in October 2020
-Brenda Hillegas Cover photo: Nick Duckart, Kevin Carolan, Andrew Samonsky and Company in the First North American Tour of Come From Away. Photo by Matthew Murphy. I saw Come From Away in NYC this past May. At that point, I knew the musical would be coming to Philadelphia, but I heard such amazing things about show and couldn’t wait a minute longer. This true story … Continue reading Theatre actor Nick Duckart talks about Come From Away- here in Philadelphia 10/22 to 11/3.
-Brenda Hillegas Whether you’re looking for a festive family outing, a date night, something different to do with your friends, or new inspirations for your instagram- Jack’s Pumpkin Glow is the place to be. This event is only in four cities throughout the US (Chicago, DC, and Nashville are also on the list) and features thousands of hand-carved pumpkins. Jack’s Pumpkin Glow is literally a … Continue reading Go to The Glow! Thousands of pumpkins, lit up and on display in Fairmount Park until November 3rd.
By Julia Tucker Photographer: Birdie Thompson @birds_eye_photo Hair & Makeup: Allison Noelle @allisonnoellemakeup Brooke Lewis (from South Philly!) is in a new movie called ½ New Year. Movie lovers and fans of Brooke Lewis can catch the film, along with many other releases, at this year’s FirstGlance Film Festival here in Philadelphia. ½ New Year is a comedy about a group of friends who celebrate annually … Continue reading South Philly-born actress Brooke Lewis talks about the new movie “½ New Year”, showing at this year’s FirstGlance Film Festival
-Marialena Rago Pictured: Joshua Tavares (Angel) and Shafiq Hicks (Tom Collins), photo by Amy Boyle Most people know the story of RENT, the Tony award winning rock musical that is returning to Philadelphia’s Merriam Theater due to popular demand. If you missed your chance at seeing the show here last spring, you can catch it again for one weekend only- October 18th to 20th. … Continue reading Philadelphia actor Shafiq Hicks talks about RENT and his role as Tom Collins
By Joseph Myers Photos courtesy of the Mutter Museum This Saturday, September 28th, Marconi Plaza will serve as the starting point for an interactive performance art celebration centering on last century’s flu pandemic and today’s public health workforce. Throughout his 28-year affiliation with UK’s Blast Theory, co-founder Matt Adams has immersed himself in creating interactive media in groundbreaking new forms of performance and interactive art … Continue reading Spit Spreads Death at the Mütter Museum: Parading Their Point
Yes, there is a pop-up bar just off of Passyunk Ave at 1316 S. Percy Street. But it won’t be there for long, so if you want to try something completely different this month, head to Late Night Snacks. Philadelphia’s cabaret group, The Bearded Ladies, and installation designer Machine Dazzle (read more about Machine Dazzle in RowHome‘s spring 2018 issue here), converted an old auto … Continue reading A Pop-Up Cabaret Bar in South Philly?!