Thursday, February 11, 2016 AdarI 2, 5776
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Marissa Stern | JE Staff
For Hannah Jewel Kohn, who is in her second year touring with the Beauty and the Beast company, the Philadelphia performances will be a chance to see the musical enchant a new audience — as she has for the past many, many performances the cast has done so far.
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Rachel Kurland | JE Staff
Theatre Ariel debuts part three of its four-part series with the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Talley’s Folly.
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Rachel Kurland | JE Staff
Adam Immerwahr, director of The Language Archive , said this story delves into what happens when we try to communicate our feelings about love and relationships.
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Rachel Kurland | JE Staff
The PA Performing Arts for Young Audiences (PAPAYA) kicks off its third season at the Bride with the first U.S. premiere of The End of Everything Ever performed by the company New International Encounter.
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Jon Marks | JE Staff
Anne Frank's story is still being told to the younger generations — and, hopefully, to those to follow, Jews and non-Jews alike.
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