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Philly2Philly.com Checks Out the Kimmel Center's Fall Line-Up

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, which manages the Kimmel Center, The Academy of Music and the Merriam Theater, promises a fall line-up of programming from Broadway blockbusters to classical virtuosi.

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Avenue Q Now Playing in Philadelphia

Hands down, Avenue Q if the funniest musical I’ve ever scene. It’s relevant, it’s witty, and it has puppets! Like Sesame Street for adults, this comedy addresses issues we all face when entering the “real world,” like finding love, a job, a purpose…and an apartment.

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An Interview with Richard Maltby from Bristol Riverside Theatre's Closer Than Ever

One could say that theatrically, Richard Maltby, Jr. almost does it all. This Tony, Grammy, Drama Desk winner is a theater director, a producer, lyricist and screenwriter. He teamed up with his Yale colleague/composer Davis Shire to turn out some outstanding stage magic. 

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Lion King Brings the Pride Back to the Academy

Director Julie Taymor became the first woman in Broadway history to receive the Tony Award for Best Director of a musical.

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Take Me Out at Plays and Players Scores a Homerun

 

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Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre of London Brings Love’s Labour’s Lost to Philadelphia

The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts continues its season of Shakespeare with the highly anticipated return of the Globe Theatre of London, with six performances of Love’s Labour’s Lost. Fresh from a critically acclaimed run in London, the Globe Theatre brings what has been called Shakespeare’s most ludicrous comedy to the Zellerbach Theatre from Oct.

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