The Snow Queen at Arden Theatre is an exciting adventure to share with your friends and family.

-Brenda Hillegas (Katherine Fried in Arden Theatre Company’s The Snow Queen. Photo by Ashley Smith, Wide Eyed Studios.) The Snow Queen is an iconic children’s fairy tale character and her story deserves two hours of your time. She originated in 1844 by Hans Christian Andersen and since then the ice-hearted queen and her chill have developed into many adaptations and characters in modern day theatre, … Continue reading The Snow Queen at Arden Theatre is an exciting adventure to share with your friends and family.

Actor Alex Bechtel can’t wait for audiences of all ages to experience “The Snow Queen” at Arden Theatre Company.

-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.

A Visit to the Newly Renovated Bourse Food Hall

by Moriah Kelley There seems to be a longing for human connection, to restore the old, and to gather in beautiful spaces. The newly renovated Bourse in Old City far exceeded my expectations and in my opinion has met all three of these needs. Originally known as a trading post founded in 1891 by George Bartol, the building has gone under many transformations, from being … Continue reading A Visit to the Newly Renovated Bourse Food Hall

History Lessons in Old City: A Visit to the Museum of the American Revolution

by Brenda Hillegas In just a few days, you’ll be able to read RowHome Magazine writer Jane Roser’s interview with Michael Quinn, the President and CEO of Philadelphia’s newest museum which explores the story of the American Revolution and our city’s part in America’s founding. And just a few short days after our spring issue’s release, you’ll be able to actually visit the Museum of the … Continue reading History Lessons in Old City: A Visit to the Museum of the American Revolution