We want to see Philadelphia through your eyes.
Revealing the man who insisted homosexuality was not a disease.
Meet Titus. He’s a 10 year-old boy on the edge – literally on the roof of his school – confronted by a problem that seems unsolvable.
Celebrate the Bride’s 47th anniversary at the biggest dance party of the year. Our annual fundraiser and feast will feature a full course meal, an open bar, and infectious, live rhythms from the furiously funky Breakwater. Not to mention there will be auctions, prizes, and did we say dancing?
Can we achieve a food utopia? Conceived and directed by Mike Durkin, this new take on dinner theatre uses subject matter, philosophy, and themes from George Orwell’s Animal Farm to explore ideas of food hierarchy, ethical food consumption, and where Philadelphia’s food comes from.
The Art of I Am”, ultimately shares close to true tales that challenge the standards of beauty, sexuality, belonging and rediscovering identity in a world which Crystal never fit into.
Oru de Oro, a new work by pioneering jazz pianist Michele Rosewoman, is a ‘body of music’ focused around the bata drums and a traditional sequence of sacred rhythms called the Oru Seco.
Please give a warm welcome to our new chandelier, "Pull Up To The Bumper." Check it out this First Friday! https://t.co/pOxFCGjLhZ
Say goodbye to our chandelier, "Work and Play." Warren Muller will be bringing us a brand new one. https://t.co/i8CfoOLOuc
RT @PAPAYAlive: FLASH SALE THIS WEEKEND! 1/2 price tickets for "Titus" w/ code TITUS50. Running 5/21-5/22 eepurl.com/bZPJyP