Growing up in Ocean City, Md., with parents who owned and operated their own theater company, Jennifer Hope Wills had a dream: To one day appear in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit, The Phantom of the Opera.
For his stage entry in Philly Fringe, Michael Tait has crafted a religious musical that isn’t quite G(od)-rated.
Dance has become quite avant-garde over the years, but Pam Hetherington and Kat Richter are building their upcoming Philly Fringe performance around a classic style.
In this week's At the Movies, reviewer Senitra Horbrook examines the popular film about race relations in the South during the 1960s.
On the Stage
Learning that there is a true story that is eerily similar to the plot of 30 Minutes or Less was a bit unnerving.
The summer superhero flood of movies continues with the release of yet another Avengers-prequel, Captain America: The First Avenger.
Singing in his high school chorus provided Keith Spencer with an opportunity he never had imagined.
The new exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art shows Rembrandt’s attempt at reimaging Jesus.
Crazy, Stupid, Love is refreshingly enjoyable. It is an unpredictable, though implausible, romantic comedy that is laugh-out-loud funny.