Monday, May 4, 2015 Iyyar 15, 5775
By:
Judah Friedlander makes his own trucker hats, which have become so popular that hat companies have begun approriating his styles and designs. His acting has garnered him critical acclaim and award nominations. He will do more comedy shows in a year than there are days in that year. He has played one of the funniest parts on one of the...
Comment0
By:
It's easy to see why Andrew Kurtz, the artistic director of Center City Opera Theater, was attracted to the source material for his company's latest offering, Slaying the Dragon, opening this week at the Prince Theater.
Comment0
By:
Deborah Baer Mozes thinks you need to go to a salon. It's not what you're thinking, though. The salon she's talking about has more to do with improving the interior, not the exterior, of your head. Mozes, the founder and artistic director of Theatre Ariel, the only theater company in the region to focus exclusively on producing Jewish works, has...
Comment0
By:
If there were any lingering questions about the Gershman Y's intent to become an integral part of Jewish Philadelphia's cultural landscape, next week's appearance by Bebe Neuwirth in a benefit performance for the landmark institution should go a long way toward answering them. On May 23, Broadway luminary Neuwirth will take the stage of the Prince Music Theater to perform...
Comment0
By:
A hate crime that took place 19 years ago and 1,700 miles away has become a learned lesson for the students of Plymouth Meeting Friends School.
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Advertisement