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.
All in all, her squeaky voice, gymnastic abilities, and her willingness to laugh at herself all contributed to Victoria Jackson’s career.
Broadway musical theater star Andrea McArdle will share her expertise with students young and old who yearn to perform on the Great White Way.
Kevin Nealon, an actor and comedian probably best known as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, and more recently the hit series Weeds, will be at the Helium Comedy Club on Sansom Street Aug. 4 to 6.
Muggles, grab your invisibility cloaks and your dark-rimmed, round spectacles and head to the theater.
In a world populated by men and women from different planets — Mars, Venus, take your pick! — Robert Dubac has created a show that addresses those male/female issues in his one-man, multi-character play, The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?, which is at the Act II Playhouse in Ambler through July 31.
It’s time for WXPN’s annual XPoNential Music Festival, a mellow weekend of top-notch music by the lazy river.
After the evisceration that Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen received by reviewers and audiences alike, it’s no surprise that the third installment steps up its game some.