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A story of love

The hit musical ‘The Bodyguard’ comes to life at The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. 

Lead role in ‘John’ proves to be a challenge

In her 25-plus years as an actress, Nancy Boykin of Elkins Park has had her share of challenges in the varied roles she’s taken. But her leading role in the Arden Theatre Company’s current production of John has some new ones.

Melodies of love

Bustleton’s John Primerano has been in the entertainment business for more than a half-century, though some caregiving duties in recent years cut back on his appearances.

Driving Miss Daisy cruises into the BRT

“In the rehearsal room, we’re not dealing with politics on a daily basis. But when watching the show, it’s impossible to divorce yourself from how timely and relevant this is.” — Director Amy Kaissar

Ambassador to the animal world

“Please don’t call me an expert or a celebrity. I don’t like those words. If anything, I’m an ambassador to the animal world,” said Jack Hanna, about to take the stage and share his knowledge at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 4 pm.

The Geator with the Heater

Jerry Blavat brings some Philly flavor to the Kimmel Center stage this weekend. 

A full cup of comedy

Triple Espresso makes its Philadelphia-area debut this week. 

‘Write’ stuff for laughter

The Walnut Street Theatre continues its 208th season with Neil Simon’s classic comedy, Laughter on the 23rd Floor.

A new perspective

An exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art puts a unique twist on classic artwork. 

Dancin’ queen

Betsy Padamonsky will star in the Mamma Mia Farewell Tour! at the Merriam Theater.