A Northeast Philly native stars in the classic fairy tale, ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ now on stage at the Arden Theatre.
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.
Onstage at the Arden Theatre, a cast of five brings to life the classic fairy tale, Beauty and the Beast, by Charles Way.
When he was just 5 years old, Jesse Nager knew he wanted to be a performer, and asked his mom for dance lessons.
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.
They came; they saw; they conquered.
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.”
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.
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.