Noel Coward’s timeless comedy Private Lives is the next offering by the Walnut Street Theatre, beginning with previews on Jan. 13 and running through March 1.
When he was just 5 years old, Jesse Nager knew he wanted to be a performer, and asked his mom for dance lessons.
They came; they saw; they conquered.
As a longtime member of Choral Arts Philadelphia, bass singer Dave Mosteller of Huntingdon Valley has sung in many holiday concerts. But the concert next week is a first.
He’s been dressed in sequins, in his skivvies, and now musician/actor Nick Cearley is playing the part of Sparky in Plaid Tidings, a special holiday edition of Forever Plaid at the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope through Dec. 28.
“There’s nothing like a live performance… I’ve always loved doing stand-up, and even after all these years, I still do.”
Broadway’s beloved Phantom of the Opera and Philly native Hugh Panaro will help celebrate the season with the Philly Pops. The annual tradition — The Philly Pops Christmas Spectacular — runs Dec. 5-20 in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center.
Fresh off a show at the TLA, Northeast Philly-based band Foxtrot & The Get Down is on the rise. Vocalist/guitarist Colin Budny and drummer Ryan Fox graduated from Archbishop Ryan in 2010.
Mayfair native Sean Thompson has been performing as long as he can remember. Now, he’s landed a starring role in Les Misérables.
The Walnut Street Theatre continues its landmark season by putting its own spin on the enchanting family musical Mary Poppins, running through Jan. 4 on the WST Mainstage.