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Live Arts and Philly Fringe: Leah Stein’s Japan House/Philadelphia Dance Performance

Leah Stein Dance Company presents an on-site production at the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden that fuses dance and historic locality to inspire a new perception of the arts.

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Fall Fun with Funsavers Packages

Enjoy Philadelphia’s fall arts season for half price Fall is upon us! And Phillyfunguide is giving entertainment seekers a chance to enjoy the city’s cultural arts scene at half price. 

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Pennsylvania Ballet Keeps Audiences on Their Toes with Four Contemporary Classics

The Pennsylvania Ballet took the stage of the Merriam Theater with Program IV on Wednesday night, presenting premieres by Jerome Robbins and William Forsythe, a timeless B

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BalletX: A Fall to Remember


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A Mile in Hines’ Shoes: A Tribute to Gregory

It’s not easy to keep quiet when you put nine inconceivably gifted tap dancers onstage with unbelievably intricate footwork and radical tricks like tap dancing on rollerblades. Yes, it goes there. 

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Candy-Coated Conversations with Naja: Philly Fringe Edition

“Sweet Like Chocolate: Poetry In Motion II” is the name of Karen Moore-Williams’ debut Philly Fringe Performance which begins September 17th and runs through September 19th. I’m not one to habitually exploit clichés, but when talking to Moore-Williams (who, when letting harmonious poetry escape her lips onstage, goes by the name Naja) one can’t help but to think that her tone of voice is a mirror image of the show’s headline.

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