Legally Blonde: The Musical Charms Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Theatre

[Kathryn Brunner plays Elle Woods – Photo by Mark Garvin] Watching Elle Woods “bend and snap” her way into our hearts in Legally Blonde: The Musical is the perfect way to spend a summer evening. Concluding its 210th season, the Walnut Street Theatre is hosting the show, directed and choreographed by Richard Stafford. The high-energy […]

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Director Ed Zwick’s Trial By Fire Presents a Riveting Cautionary Tale

Oscar-winning director Edward Zwick brings the life the tragic and controversial story of Cameron “Todd” Willingham, (Jack O’Connell), who was executed in Texas for the arson-related deaths of his three children after scientific evidence and expert testimony that bolstered his claims of innocence were suppressed. This powerful true-life story shows the unlikely bond between Willingham, […]

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Molly Pope’s Candid Musical Polly Mope Comes to the Kimmel Center

Performer Molly Pope could have been daunted by her mental health issues, but instead, she has turned them into a witty, candid and intimate musical. Her live show, Polly Mope, is playing to the Kimmel Center’s SEI Innovation Studio from Thursday, May 9 through Saturday, May 11. Born out of Pope’s time as a Kimmel […]

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Didi Conn on Grease, Middletown and Enduring Friendship

Sometimes life imitates art. Just ask Didi Conn, whose recent stage reunion with old friends is giving us a  happy walk down memory lane and attracting new pals. Conn is best known as Frenchy the “beauty school drop-out” in Grease, the John Travolta-Olivia Newton-John classic movie musical that has celebrated its 40th Anniversary, and she […]

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Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella Brings Magic to the Philadelphia Broadway Series

Kaitlyn Mayse fell in love with musical theater at the tender age of seven when she played a munchkin in a high school performance of The Wizard of Oz. Already a dancer from the age of three or four, Kaitlyn said she knew during that first show that she had “caught the acting bug.” The […]

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Second City Tour Member Andrew Bolduc Spreading Love in Philadelphia

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, who doesn’t need a little relationship advice and a chance to laugh out loud? That’s why Andrew Bolduc of Second City’s Touring Company is excited that the show is currently in the City of Brotherly Love. The show, It’s Not You, It’s Me, is playing from Wednesday, Jan. 30 […]

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Jorrel Javier Shines in The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical

Photo: Jeremy Daniel

Ever since Jorrel Javier was a young boy, the Lightning Thief book series truly captured his imagination, so it seems fated that he would be on stage in The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical.   The high energy and clever show, which has something to offer both young and old, is making its international touring debut […]

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January 19, 1953 Little Ricky is Born

Lucille Ball Married Desi Arnaz on November 30, 1940.  Lucille and Desi were head over heels about each other almost from the first moment they met.  Their courtship was strained because of distance and their ultimate marriage was an elopement because the two could be in the same city at the same time. Their marriage […]

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Riveting Teaser Scene for Impuratus is Stunning Film Audiences

Jody Quigley truly embodies the suspenseful characters that he portrays, and as a result, his latest horror movie, Impuratus, is no exception. In fact, he spent hours in a make-up chair where an expert make-up artist worked to turn him into a 90-year old man. The 38-year-old actor, best known for the suspense thriller, Apparition, portrays two stages in the […]

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Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Returns to Philadelphia

Music is clearly a universal language that transports us to a place and time where we first heard a melody or a song and we associate that song with that memory. So when we sit in the audience and listen to Dylan Wallach portray the icon songwriter Gerry Goffin croon the love song Up on […]

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History of The Music Charts

Billboard Magazine began publication in 1894. It mainly covered Advertising and what they used to call the “Bill Posting” industry. It also covered the earliest Public Relations news. By 1896 it also covered agricultural fairs – there weren’t conventions back then. In 1900 it went from being a monthly magazine to weekly, and started to […]

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History of The Music Charts

Billboard Magazine began publication in 1894. It mainly covered Advertising and what they used to call the “Bill Posting” industry. It also covered the earliest Public Relations news. By 1896 it also covered agricultural fairs – there weren’t conventions back then. In 1900 it went from being a monthly magazine to weekly, and started to […]

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