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http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/124709 2011-04-17T04:38:15.525285 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Montana Rep Presents Bus Stop by William Inge Admission: $25: reserved seating $20: seniors and students Start Time(s): 8 pm 215 641-6518 http://www.mc3.edu/livelyarts Montgomery County Community College - Science Center Theater - 340 Dekalb Pike Blue Bell PA 19422 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com bwoods@mc3.edu For many of us who grew to awareness in the 1950s, Bus Stop is a classic American story. Marilyn Monroe’s entrance in the film version is imbedded in our consciousness. William Inge's biggest hit and his only out-and-out comedy, Bus Stop truly exemplifies America's postwar awakening and introduces characters that have since become new cultural icons. Inge's American masterpiece still speaks to us in the new century. Rich with character and plot and the message that "we're all in this together," Bus Stop shows that our lives are truly intertwined; we affect each other in subtle and profound ways as we go about our daily lives. Few playwrights are able to make the everyday universal and the commonplace the stuff of great theatre. Inge is one of these playwrights.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440791637 2011-04-17T04:38:16.216710 04-06-2011 - 04-16-2011 Basil Twist's Petrushka Admission: $20-$30 Start Time(s): Tuesday @ 7:30 pm Wednesday @ 7:30 pm Thursday @ 7:30 pm Friday @ 8 pm Saturday @ Noon and 4 pm Sunday @ 2 pm 2158983900 Annenberg Center - Harold Prince Theater - 3680 Walnut Street University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA 19104 http://www.pennpresents.org THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Known the world over for his astonishingly innovative puppet shows, master puppeteer Basil Twist makes his Philadelphia debut with Petrushka and breathes new magic into the legendary 1911 Ballets Russes production. Audiences will delight their eyes and ears as life-size puppets fly, dance and float in midair and tell the tale of the tragic love triangle between three magical puppets whose stories emerge amidst the swirl of the Russian carnival. Russian identical twin pianists, Julia and Irina Elkina, perform a special two piano version of Stravinsky’s masterpiece and nine hidden puppeteers combine Czech and Japanese puppetry traditions in a tour-de-force of puppetry technique. It’s a true spectacle of wonder and fantasy perfect for adults and children alike!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440795143 2011-04-17T04:38:16.263569 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Robin Hood Admission: Tickets are $25 for adults and $17 for students/seniors You can also buy a “Family Four Pack” of 2 adult and 2 student tickets for $75 Groups of 10 students or more are $10/ticket Start Time(s): 2:30 pm & 7:30 pm 717-238-4111 http://www.gamutplays.org Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts - 222 Market Street Harrisburg PA 17101 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com info@gamutplays.org Gamut Theatre Group's Popcorn Hat Players Young Acting Company will present Robin Hood written by Sean Adams, an original work based on the traditional folk tale. The much-beloved story has been adapted into a 90-minute play to be performed by students, ages 5 through 18.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440803365 2011-04-17T04:38:16.279497 04-08-2011 - 04-16-2011 Oklahoma! Admission: Start Time(s): Wednesday @ 8 pm Friday @ 8 pm Saturday @ 2 pm and 8 pm 610-565-5010 http://www.rvco.org/ Rose Valley Chorus and Orchestra THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com tickets@rvco.org Rodgers and Hammerstein's first collaboration remains, in many ways, their most innovative, having set the standards and established the rules of musical theatre still being followed today. Set in a Western Indian territory just after the turn of the century, the high-spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colorful background against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their love story. Although the road to true love never runs smooth, with these two headstrong romantics holding the reins, love's journey is as bumpy as a surrey ride down a country road. That they will succeed in making a new life together we have no doubt, and that this new life will begin in a brand-new state provides the ultimate climax to the triumphant OKLAHOMA!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440804774 2011-04-17T04:38:16.306490 03-30-2011 - 04-16-2011 The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Admission: $10-$14 Start Time(s): Wednesday @ 10:30 am Friday @ 10:30 am Saturday @ 10:30 am and 11 am and 1 pm and 3:30 pm http://www.walnutstreettheatre.org/season/flatstanley.php Walnut Street Theatre for Kids - 825 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19107 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Stanley Lambchop leads an ordinary life with his mom, dad and little brother, Arthur. But, Stanley wishes things weren't so ordinary anymore. Lucky for him, Stanley's big bulletin board above his bed falls on him in his sleep, making him completely flat! He survives and decides to make the best of his new shape—he folds himself into a big envelope and travels around the world! Stanley has a lot of fun being flat; his adventures bring him to new places where he meets lots of new friends. How far will Stanley travel? In this musical adventure, Stanley has a good time, but soon realizes that adventures are much more fun when you go on them with your family.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440806205 2011-04-17T04:38:16.346530 04-14-2011 - 04-16-2011 Cinderella Admission: Reserved seating: $9 General admission: $7 Start Time(s): Thursday @ 10 am Friday @ 10 am and 7:30 pm Saturday @ 10 am and 1 pm 856-384-8381 http://www.thebroadwaytheatre.org Broadway Theatre of Pitman - 43 S Broadway Pitman NJ 08071 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com boxoffice@broadwaytheatreofpitman.com Cinderella is an orphaned girl forced to be a servant to her wicked stepmother and jealous, mean-spirited stepsisters. When she is forbidden by her stepmother to attend the Royal Ball, Cinderella's Fairy Godmother appears to give Cinderella the chance of a lifetime. Will Cinderella be able to win the Prince's heart before the clock strikes midnight?
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440810581 2011-04-17T04:38:16.386296 01-30-2011 - 04-16-2011 Wildlife Conservation Film Festival Admission: $800 for adults, $500 for seniors and children under 12 Start Time(s): Sunday, January 30 Saturday February 12 Sunday, March 20 Saturday, April 16 Series 1: 10 am-Noon Series 2: 1 pm-3 pm 215-365-3118 John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum - 86th Street and Lindbergh Boulevard Philadelphia PA 19113 http://www.WildlifeFilmFestivals.com THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival and the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge are hosting a once-a-month winter film series January through April 2011 in Philadelphia. Short and feature documentary films will be screened in the Visitor Center during two separate series on each day. Each series is two hours and will show multiple short and feature films. Guest speakers,which include the filmmakers, may be present for some of the films to engage the audience in a Q & A.  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440809975 2011-04-17T04:38:16.426498 04-15-2011 - 04-16-2011 Annual Theatre Arts Festival Admission: Free Start Time(s): 7 pm http://www.justcommunity.com/events/justcommunity-inc-calling-all-high-school-dramateaurs-for-the-2011-spring-theatre-arts-festival/ James Lorah House - 132 N Main Street Doylestown PA 18901 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com JustCommunity, Inc. calls all local, aspiring playwrights and musicians between 9th and 12th grades to participate in the second Annual Theatre Arts Festival! justCommunity, Inc. seeks Bucks County high school students to write and submit short plays or original songs for the Theatre Festival. Bucks County applicants in grades 9-12 should apply to participate in the festival by submitting their original plays and songs that focus on the theme of “rumors”—whether it is outlandish, exciting, embarrassing, scary, sad, funny or a combination thereof, JustCommunity wants your imagination! Interested students should submit their work online at www.justcommunity.com by February 15, 2011. Plays should be no longer than 10 pages and musicians should submit songs in written and recorded format. Multiple submissions are allowed and encouraged!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440811903 2011-04-17T04:38:16.446623 03-05-2011 - 04-16-2011 Charlotte's Web Admission: $11 Children: $9 Start Time(s): 11 am 610-565-4211 http://www. hedgerowtheatre.org Hedgerow Theatre - 64 Rose Valley Road Media PA 19063 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com mroyal@hedgerowtheatre.org A musical based on E.B. White's beloved story about the friendship between Charlotte the Spider and Wilbur the Pig.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440812241 2011-04-17T04:38:16.483381 04-02-2011 - 04-16-2011 How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying Admission: Adults $18; students/under 18 $1250; seniors $1250 (matinees only); active military FREE with ID; Neshaminy middle and high school students buy one get one free for all shows Start Time(s): Saturdays @ 2 & 8 pm 267-733-8876 http://www.nvmt.org Neshaminy High School - 1001 Old Lincoln Highway Langhorne PA 19047 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com nvmttkts@aol.com With the aid of a trusty self-help book, window-washer J. Pierrepont Finch enjoys a riotous rise up the corporate ladder. Can he get the promotion, the corner office and the girl, or will he learn that balancing business and pleasure can be precarious, but hilarious…and oh so much fun! Since its inception in 1956, Neshaminy Valley Music Theatre has awarded over $120,000 in scholarship grants to Neshaminy High School seniors who are continuing their education in the fine or performing arts. Come and see a great show for a great cause!  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440812815 2011-04-17T04:38:16.510776 04-08-2011 - 04-16-2011 Seussical the Musical Admission: $15 Students: $12 Start Time(s): April 8, 9, 10, 15 & 16, 2011 Fridays @ 8 pm Saturdays @ 7 pm Sunday @ 2 pm 267-502-4810 http://www.mitchellcenter.info/upcoming-shows/seussical-the-musical.html Mitchell Performing Arts Center - 800 Tomlinson Road Bryn Athyn PA 19006 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Seussical the Musical is presented by the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools. Based on the beloved characters and stories of Dr. Seuss, Seussical the Musical follows the adventures of Horton, an elephant who one day hears voices coming from a speck of dust. Your favorite Seuss characters are brought to life in this fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza: The Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, Mayzie LaBird and a little boy with a big imagination—Jojo. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant, in a story that makes you laugh and cry.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813485 2011-04-17T04:38:16.556151 04-14-2011 - 04-16-2011 Joe Rogan at Helium Admission: $25+ Start Time(s): 8 pm and 10:30 pm 215-496-9001 http://www.heliumcomedy.com/philadelphia/calendar.php?area=calendar&month=4&year=2011 Helium Comedy Club - 2031 Sansom Street Philadelphia PA 19103 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Joe Rogan was the host of the hugely successful reality show, Fear Factor, on NBC. Prior to Fear Factor, Rogan played Joe Garrelli, the resident electrician on the hit NBC comedy series NewsRadio and has since provided color commentary for the UFC.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814547 2011-04-17T04:38:16.584746 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Zeta Omicron Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Admission: $10 Start Time(s): 2-5:30 pm Gus Tolson @ (215) 284-5642 http://www.zol1906.com Alpha Phil Alpha, Zeta Omicron Lambda Chapter THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com raaaagape@gmail.com or to info@zol1906.com Zeta Omicron Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity presents: Michael Woodard, Janra, The ML King H.S. Gospel Choir with Dezzie and host, Big City. A donation of $10 benefits The Alpha Leadership and Scholarship Fund. 
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814694 2011-04-17T04:38:16.842990 04-08-2011 - 04-16-2011 Noises Off Admission: $6-$10 Start Time(s): Thurs, Fri, Sat @ 8:00PM Sun @ 2:00pm http://so-media.lasalle.edu/masque/season/ La Salle University - 1900 W Olney Avenue Philadelphia PA 19141 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com In his plot for Noises Off, Frayn plays on the concept of a play within a play, in this case a dreadful sex comedy titled Nothing On—the type of play in which young girls run about in their underwear, old men drop their trousers, and many doors continually open and shut. Nothing On is set in "a delightful 16th-century posset mill" that has been converted to a modern dwelling for which renters are solicited; the fictional playwright is appropriately named Robin Housemonger. Each of the three acts of Noises Off contains a performance of the first act of Nothing On.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440815045 2011-04-17T04:38:16.876044 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Tots on Tour Admission: Free with admission Start Time(s): 11 am and 1 pm 609-586-0616 http://www.groundsforsculpture.org Grounds for Sculpture - 18 Fairgrounds Road Hamilton NJ 08619 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Lessons and themes change monthly. Just for ages 3-5 accompanied by an adult. Listen to a story, become park explorers and make art. Bring your toddler to learn about sculpture through hands-on activities. Instruction designed to meet learning needs of 3-5 year olds. Space is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Meets in the Visitor’s Center.Instructor: Joslyn Johnson And take your tots to lunch at the Peacock Café. Tots on Tour participants will receive a special rate! Offer valid the day of Tots on Tour only.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816989 2011-04-17T04:38:16.903260 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Inside the Mind of a Dancer: Explore Your Imagination Admission: Free Please RSVP Start Time(s): 2-2:45 pm 2159171513 http://www.balletx.org The Wilma Theater - 265 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19107 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com cox@balletx.org The public is invited to join BalletX Co-Artistic Directors Matthew Neenan and Christine Cox in a lively exploration of the imagination inspired by the mind, body, music and the collaborative world premiere, PIFA-inspired "Proliferation of the Imagination". See how the BalletX dancers work one-on-one with Matthew, as he creates movement on the spot. This is a unique opportunity to witness first hand the creation process of dance and see the company work in an informal atmosphere on a formal stage at The Wilma Theater. With live improvised music by composer/singer/songwriter Rosie Langabeer. The second annual event is especially designed for ages 8 and up.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816369 2011-04-17T04:38:16.950331 04-14-2011 - 04-16-2011 Guys and Dolls; Cheltenham High School Musical Theatre Admission: $12 Start Time(s): 7:30 pm 215-517-1306 http://chsguysanddolls.com/ Cheltenham High School - Stretton Hall - 500 Rices Mill Road Wyncote PA 19095 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Cheltenham High School Musical Theatre presents its 48th annual production, Guys and Dolls, in Stretton Hall on the high school’s campus. Guys and Dolls continues a long-standing tradition of excellence in the performing arts at Cheltenham High. A very talented cast and crew is sure to entertain and delight with this classic musical comedy. An eight-time Tony Award winner that premiered on Broadway in 1950, Guys and Dolls tells a story of New York City gamblers and the women they eventually marry. The show’s music and lyrics are by Frank Loesser, and its main characters are based on short stories by Damon Runyon. The show features well-known songs such as “Sit Down You’re Rockin’ the Boat”, “Adelaide’s Lament” and “Luck Be A Lady”, along with lively dance numbers including “Havana”.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816745 2011-04-17T04:38:16.981217 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Peanut Butter & Jams welcomes Gustafer Yellowgolds Infinity Sock Admission: $12 adults/$9 kids Start Time(s): 11:30am http://www.gustaferyellowgold.com World Cafe Live - Philadelphia - 3025 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19104 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com “Star of Kindie Rock” – Time Magazine “The show is a cross between ‘Yellow Submarine’ and Dr. Seuss.” - The New York Times Groovy Gustafer Yellowgold is a small, yellow, cone-headed fellow, who came to Earth from the Sun and has a knack for finding himself neck-deep in absurd situations as he explores his new life in the Minnesota woods. Equal parts pop rock concert and animated storybook, Gustafer Yellowgold concerts are a truly different multimedia experience that entrances children and adults alike. Gustafer Yellowgold’s Infinity Sock is the first Gustafer Yellowgold show to have a storyline, which follows our hero as he embarks upon an hilarious, mind-bending musical journey in search of the toe-end of the longest sock in the universe.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440818701 2011-04-17T04:38:17.018354 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Brunch with the Bunny Admission: $9 for Adults, $7 for Children (children under 2 are free) Start Time(s): 8:30am and 10:30am 215-230-7170 http://www.themarketatdelval.com/events.htm The Market by Shady Brook Farm at Del Val College - 2100 Lower State Road Doylestown PA 18901 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com themarket@delval.edu Join us for a delicious brunch brought to you by the team at JustFoods at The Market at DelVal. Don't forget your camera for pictures with the bunny! Call to reserve your spot today!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817805 2011-04-17T04:38:17.035228 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Earth Uprising: Earth Day Festival and Flea Market Admission: Free Proceeds benefit the Uhuru Movement's black-community led programs for sustainable economic self-reliance and development throughout the US and the world Start Time(s): 9 am-5 pm 215 387 0919 Clark Park - 43rd Street and Baltimore Avenue Philadelphia PA 19104 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com “Oppressed Peoples and the Planet Must Be Free!" is the theme of this 3rd Annual Earth Day Fest and Flea Market. It will be an all day festival in the park with speakers, music, food, vendors and information booths. Free workshops will be held on such topics as social and environmental justice, community gardening and many aspects of building a sustainable community. The Food Trust weekly farmers market will be open and there will be activities for children. The flea market offers crafts, jewelry, ethnic arts and clothing, recycled records and collectibles, clothing and great food. Workshops on organic gardening, urban farming and community agriculture and sustainability with The Food Trust, Macrobiotic Transitional Cooking by Cynthia's Health Consortium, and other local experts. Speakers include Diop Olugbala, International President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement; Ayesha Fleary of the All-African People’s Development and Empowerment Project, and more. Live music from Coco Sol, Plum Dragoness and the Elements, Miss Tess and the Bon Ton Parade (from NYC), also African drumming and dance from the Neo-African Drums n' Dance ensemble at La Salle University, and the Boogie Bullies. Revolutionary Poetry by Rasheed Bey.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817989 2011-04-17T04:38:17.251676 04-14-2011 - 04-16-2011 Quadramics Theatre Company Presents the 2011 Spring Fling Musical: Little Shop of Horrors Admission: 8 pm show: $8 Midnight show: $10 Start Time(s): 8 pm N/A Iron Gate Theater - 3700 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19104 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Quadramics Theatre Company Presents the 2011 Spring Fling Musical: Little Shop of Horrors.  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440790937 2011-04-17T04:38:17.282296 03-23-2011 - 04-17-2011 The Master Builder Admission: $25-$45 Start Time(s): Weekday/Saturday/Sunday Matinees: 2 pm Tuesday-Thursday Evenings: 7:30 pm Friday/Saturday Evenings: 8 pm Sunday Evenings: 7 pm 6106443500 http://www.peopleslight.org/season/show.php?id=22 People's Light and Theatre Company - Steinbright Stage - 39 Conestoga Road Malvern PA 19355 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com tickets@peopleslight.org People's Light's tradition of reinterpreting classics continues with this new translation of The Master Builder. At the height of his career, Halvard Solness finds his creativity threatened and his personal life in shambles. The unexpected arrival of the young, attractive and manipulative Hilda Wangel breathes new vitality into his work, but exacts a terrible cost.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440795236 2011-04-17T04:38:17.305586 03-29-2011 - 04-17-2011 Bat Boy: The Musical Admission: $21-$25 Start Time(s): Tuesday @ 8 pm Wednesday @ 8 pm Thursday @ 8 pm Friday @ 8 pm Saturday @ 8 pm Sunday @ 2 pm 610-519-7474 http://www.villanova.edu/ Villanova Theatre - Lancaster Avenue and Ithan Avenue 108 Vasey Hall Villanova PA 19085 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Ripped from the hilarious headlines of the supermarket tabloid Weekly World News, this off-Broadway Musical of the Year details the discovery of a curious creature – half-human, half-vampire bat – found deep within a West Virginia cave. This tongue-in-cheek tale will leave your toes tapping to a score that weaves together rock, pop, Broadway, gospel, and country music. In between howls of laughter, Bat Boy: The Musical wrestles with the notion of American prejudice, the fierceness of modern religion, the idea of genetic engineering, and loads more. Part Little Shop of Horrors, part Les Miserables, part Dracula, Bat Boy: The Musical is a masterpiece of issue-strewn, big-hearted comic horror. You'd be batty to miss it!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440794034 2011-04-17T04:38:17.367766 03-26-2011 - 04-17-2011 Mary Poppins Admission: Start Time(s): Wednesday, March 23 @ 7:30 pm Thursday, March 24 @ 1 pm Thursday, March 24 @ 7:30 pm Friday, March 25 @ 8 pm Saturday, March 26 @ 2 pm Saturday, March 26 @ 8 pm Sunday, March 27 @ 1 pm Sunday, March 27 @ 6:30 pm Tuesday, March 29 @ 7:30 pm Wednesday, March 30 @ 7:30 pm Thursday, March 31 @ 7:30 pm Friday, April 1 @ 8 pm Saturday, April 2 @ 2 pm Saturday, April 2 @ 8 pm Sunday, April 3 @ 1 pm Sunday, April 3 @ 6:30 pm Tuesday, April 5 @ 7:30 pm Wednesday, April 6 @ 7:30 pm Thursday, April 7 @ 7:30 pm Friday, April 8 @ 8 pm Saturday, April 9 @ 2 pm Saturday, April 9 @ 8 pm Sunday, April 10 @ 1 pm Sunday, April 10 @ 6:30 pm Tuesday, April 12 @ 7:30 pm Wednesday, April 13 @ 7:30 pm Thursday, April 14 @ 1 pm Thursday, April 14 @ 7:30 pm Friday, April 15 @ 8 pm Saturday, April 16 @ 2 pm Saturday, April 16 @ 8 pm Sunday, April 17 @ 1 pm Academy of Music - 240 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 http://www.kimmelcenter.org/events/?id=3708 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Beginning in March 2011, the world's most famous nanny will arrive at the Academy of Music. Combining the best of the original stories by P. L. Travers and the beloved Walt Disney film, the Tony Award®-winning MARY POPPINS is everything you'd hope for in a Broadway musical—and more. Produced by Disney and Cameron Mackintosh, the show includes such wonderful songs as "Chim Chim Cher-ee," "A Spoonful of Sugar," "Let's Go Fly a Kite" and, of course, "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious." The New York Daily News hails MARY POPPINS as "a roof-raising, toe-tapping, high-flying extravaganza!" Let your imagination take flight at this perfectly magical musical!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440794084 2011-04-17T04:38:17.406179 03-22-2011 - 04-17-2011 The Pride of Parnell Street Admission: $22-$33 Start Time(s): Wednesday @ 2 pm and 8 pm Thursday @ 8 pm Friday @ 8 pm Saturday @ 8 pm Sunday @ 2 pm (215) 654-0200 Act II Playhouse - 56 E Butler Avenue Ambler PA 19002 http://act2playhouse.org THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Italy 1 - Ireland 0...The score that marked Ireland's demoralizing exit from the 1990 World Cup took its toll on many Dubliners - especially Janet and Joe Brady of Parnell Street, who lost far more than the match that night. In two poignant, interweaving monologues, Janet and Joe reveal the intimacies of their love and the rupture of their marriage as well as their affection for Ireland's most famous city. The Pride of Parnell Street is an intimate, heroic tale of ordinary and extraordinary life on the streets of Dublin by one of Ireland's greatest living playwrights. Audiences are invited to marvel at Sebastian Barry's lyricism in the first American production of the play Ireland's Sunday Independent call's "quiveringly beautiful...quite simply magnificent."
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440804766 2011-04-17T04:38:17.429703 03-29-2011 - 04-17-2011 Speaking in Tongues Admission: $30 Start Time(s): Tuesday @ 7:30 pm Wednesday @ 7:30 pm Thursday @ 7:30 pm Friday @ 7:30 pm Saturday @ 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm Sunday @ 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm http://www.walnutstreettheatre.org/season/tongues.php Walnut Street Theatre - Independence Studio on 3 - 825 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19107 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Indiscretion. Confession. A missing person. A lonely marriage. In this theatrical and intriguing trilogy of interwoven stories, four actors create nine characters whose lives intersect in seemingly random incidents. On a lonely road, a leading psychiatrist disappears. As the detective works to piece together what happened, he delivers a puzzle of relationships in crisis. People are not who they seem to be. This highly charged thriller is an intriguing and wickedly funny drama about making mistakes and living with the consequences.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440806920 2011-04-17T04:38:17.446172 03-10-2011 - 04-17-2011 A Midsummer Night's Dream Admission: $20-$26 Start Time(s): Tuesday @ 7 pm Wednesday @ 2 pm and 7 pm Thursday @ 7 pm Friday @ 8 pm Saturday @ 8 pm Sunday @ 2 pm 2158290395 St Stephen's Theater - 923 Ludlow Street Philadelphia PA 19107 http://www.lanterntheater.org/2011/midsummer.html THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Shakespeare's most exuberant and effervescent comedy, brought to you by "the city's most consistent producer of the Bard's work." -Philadelphia Weekly. Young lovers Hermia and Lysander, kept apart by strict Athenian law, escape to the woods where tyrannical parents can't find them - but mischief can. Elsewhere among the trees, the fairy king and queen are having a marital spat with disastrous consequences for one Nick Bottom. Rediscover your favorite characters in a lively production that puts you in the middle of all the midsummer romance and magic!We regret that our resident home, St. Stephen's Theater, requires the use of stairs and is therefore not accessible to patrons using a wheelchair. We are, however, able to accommodate patrons with other special needs. When ordering tickets, please let us know how we can assist you.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813219 2011-04-17T04:38:17.486278 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 AS YOU LIKE IT - From Globe Theatre, London Admission: $18 General $16 Members Start Time(s): 12:30pm 215-345-6789 County Theater - 20 E State Street Doylestown PA 18901 http://www.renewtheaters.org/blog/?p=2548 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com comments@countytheater.org A favorite among Shakespeare’s comedies, and including some of his best-loved characters, AS YOU LIKE IT runs the glorious gamut of pastoral romance: cross-dressing and love notes; poetry and brilliant conversation; gentle satire, slapstick and passion.Directed by Thea Sharrock. 2 hr 28 min plus one intermission – HD Digital – Performed Live in 2009 at the Globe Theatre, London
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440811627 2011-04-17T04:38:17.539392 04-14-2011 - 04-17-2011 The Green Fairy Cabaret: Circus Arts (21 and Up) Admission: $20 Seniors (60+) and students and children (12 and older): $16 Start Time(s): 10 pm 2158491991 http://www.phillycircus.com Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts - 300 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com info@phillycircus.com Present day Philadelphia is transported back to 1900s Paris in the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts (PSCA) production of “The Green Fairy Cabaret". The show will feature performances by top circus artists in fabric (tissu), aerial ladder, trapeze and acrobatics. This new original production, part of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, marks the first-time PSCA performs in Center City Philadelphia. In 1900s Paris, Paris sparkled with five permanent circuses. Night after night, Picasso, Leger, Apollinaire and other artists watched the shows and mingled after hours with the jugglers, saltimbanques, clowns, harlequins and acrobats who embodied artistic risk. Painters, sculptors and circus artists challenged the status quo by redefining the limits of human possibility. Today, the region’s top circus artists explore and redefine their own limits during these special performances for children and families. The region’s top circus artists will present their own “Green Fairy” with a glimpse into this underground world. The 60-minute show stars Kendra Greaves (fabric/tissu), John Jarboe (emcee), Kitsie Lundell (aerial ladder), Harley Newton (aerial ladder), Niff Nicholls (trapeze), Anthony Ruiz (acrobatic duo), Erica Saben (acrobatic duo), and Dave Smith (juggling). “Green Fairy” is directed by PSCA’s Marcotte.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440811629 2011-04-17T04:38:17.570918 04-16-2011 - 04-17-2011 The Green Fairy Cabaret: All Ages Admission: $20 Seniors (60+) and students and children (12 and older): $16 Start Time(s): Noon 2158491991 Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts - 300 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 http://www.phillycircus.com THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com kory@phillycircus.com Present day Philadelphia is transported back to 1900s Paris in the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts (PSCA) production of “The Green Fairy Cabaret". The show will feature performances by top circus artists in fabric (tissu), aerial ladder, trapeze and acrobatics. This new original production, part of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, marks the first-time PSCA performs in Center City Philadelphia. In 1900s Paris, Paris sparkled with five permanent circuses. Night after night, Picasso, Leger, Apollinaire and other artists watched the shows and mingled after hours with the jugglers, saltimbanques, clowns, harlequins and acrobats who embodied artistic risk. Painters, sculptors and circus artists challenged the status quo by redefining the limits of human possibility. Today, the region’s top circus artists explore and redefine their own limits during these special performances for children and families. The region’s top circus artists will present their own “Green Fairy” with a glimpse into this underground world. The 60-minute show stars Kendra Greaves (fabric/tissu), John Jarboe (emcee), Kitsie Lundell (aerial ladder), Harley Newton (aerial ladder), Niff Nicholls (trapeze), Anthony Ruiz (acrobatic duo), Erica Saben (acrobatic duo), and Dave Smith (juggling). “Green Fairy” is directed by PSCA’s Marcotte.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814674 2011-04-17T04:38:17.594744 04-07-2011 - 04-17-2011 A Passing Wind Admission: $15-$29 Start Time(s): Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 8:00pm Saturday and Sunday 2:00pm Sunday 7:30pm http://www.kimmelcenter.org/events/index.php?id=3941 Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts - Innovation Studio - 300 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com A Passing Wind is a charming new chamber musical with heart, substance, and lots of gassy humor. Narrated by Sigmund Freud, the show follows the (mostly) true story of Joseph Pujol (a.k.a. The Fartiste) from provincial baker to renowned entertainer during Paris' Belle Epoch. Pujol grosses-out thousands, including luminaries Sarah Bernhardt, Erik Satie, and Claude Monet, until World War I leaves unprecedented physical and psychological devastation in its wake. Cast List: Damon Kirsche as JOSEPH PUJOL (a.k.a. Le Petomane) Leah Walton as ELIZABETH PUJOL Ian Bedford as HENRI OLLER Tim Moyer as SIGMUND FREUD Laura Catlaw as ANGELE THIBODEAU Peter Schmitz as CLAUDE MONET Maureen Torsney-Weir as SARAH BERNHARDT Jered McLenigan as ERIK SATIE  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440812886 2011-04-17T04:38:17.618504 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 Fairmount Arts Crawl Admission: Start Time(s): 2-6 PM Fairmount Neighborhood - West of Broad Street between Girard Avenue and Spring Garden Street Philadelphia PA 19130 http://fairmountcdc.org/events/arts-crawl/ THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com The Fairmount Arts Crawl is an annual event that attracts over 4,000 residents, visitors, and art lovers alike to the Fairmount neighborhood. Come and stroll down the avenue visiting over 37 different businesses-turned-art-venues housing over 70 installations. Along the way enjoy music, dancing, kids activities, live demonstrations, and so much more!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813531 2011-04-17T04:38:17.656182 04-07-2011 - 04-17-2011 A Passing Wind Admission: $15-$29 Start Time(s): April 7, 8, 12, 13, 14 and 15 @ 8 pm Saturdays @ 2 pm and 8 pm Sundays @ 2 pm and 7:30 pm Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts - Innovation Studio - 300 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 http://pifa.org/events/980191103 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com An enchanting chamber musical chronicling the (mostly) true story of Joseph Pujol--a.k.a. Le Petomane ("The Fartiste"). From provincial baker to populist entertainer at Paris' renowned Moulin Rouge, Pujol grosses-out thousands, while out-grossing his contemporaries, until World War I leaves unprecedented devastation in its wake, and Pujol's act of crepitation no longer tickles France's funny bone. This event is part of the 2011 Philadelphia International Festival Of The Arts (PIFA).
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813767 2011-04-17T04:38:17.684613 04-13-2011 - 04-17-2011 A Lyrical Opera Made By Two Admission: $5-$10 Start Time(s): Tuesday-Thursday @ 8 pm Friday and Saturday @ 2 pm and 8 pm http://pifa.org/events/980191110 Caplan Center for the Performing Arts Center - 211 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19107 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Libretto by Gertrude Stein, music by William Turner, directed by Charles Gilbert It's just your typical cubist lesbian love story! Made By Two depicts the relationship between Gertrude Stein and her partner Alice Toklas in their Paris salon during the vibrant years when modernism was born. This event is part of the 2011 Philadelphia International Festival Of The Arts (PIFA).
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814156 2011-04-17T04:38:17.704114 04-01-2011 - 04-17-2011 The Actor's Nightmare Admission: $9 Start Time(s): 7:00pm http://celebrationtheater.com/ Celebration Theater - 84 S Lansdowne Avenue Lansdowne PA 19050 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Funny, Smart and Witty! Accountant George Spelvin finds himself experiencing an actor’s worst nightmare: he is on stage but doesn’t even know what the play is. April 1-3, 8-10, 16-17, 2011 Directed by Clare Conroy Hughes GEORGE SPELVIN played by Dominic DeAngelo MEG played by Terry Baraldi SARAH SIDDONS played by Belinda Wilson DAME ELLEN TERRY played by Kristin Allard HENRY IRVING/THE EXECUTIONER played by David Warren Campbell  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814446 2011-04-17T04:38:17.714497 03-09-2011 - 04-17-2011 The Men of Mah Jongg Admission: $40-$45 Start Time(s): Wednesday @ 7:00 pm Thursday @ 7:00 pm Friday @ 8:00 pm Saturday @ 2:00 and 8:00 pm Sunday @ 2:00 pm Society Hill Playhouse - 507 S 8th Street Philadelphia PA 19147 http://www.societyhillplayhouse.org/Home_Page_AWZZ.html THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Recent widower, Sid Weinberg, tries to convince his poker playing buddies to replace their Friday night game with the more famous game of Mah Jongg (he’s received a sign from his dearly departed wife!). A play that touches the heart in a profound way…funny and poignant all at the same time. A feel-good evening is guaranteed.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814507 2011-04-17T04:38:17.768584 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 Sunday Family Fun Magic Show: Anthony Salazar Admission: $10-$30 Start Time(s): 2 pm 215-413-2917 Grasso's Magic Theatre - 103 Callowhill Street Philadelphia PA 19123 www.GrassosMagicTheatre.com THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com GrassosMagicTheatre@gmail.com Anthony Salazar combines amazing magic with side-splitting comedy. His shows are a carefully blended combination of magic, comedy and audience participation that will keep any audience on the edge of their seats. Anthony's talents will leave your audience laughing, applauding, and truly transforming your day into a world of magical illusion! At a very young age, Anthony became interested in magic and has since made this part of show business his life's work. He developed his skill and learned the art of magic by assisting some of the best in the business traveling the world to places such as Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Soon, he would go on to win awards and competitions with his sleight-of-hand magic. Recently, he performed for thousands as an act at the opera House Theater at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO. He now regularly performs his comedic and artistic style of stage magic at resorts around the United States. His shows are a carefully blended combination of comedy, magic and audience participation that will keep any audience at the edge of their seats.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814668 2011-04-17T04:38:17.809518 04-08-2011 - 04-17-2011 Hello Dolly! Admission: $12-$16 Start Time(s): Fri and Sat at 7:30 pm Sat and Sun at 2:00 pm http://www.kelseyatmccc.org/hellodolly.shtml Kelsey Theatre - Mercer County Community College 1200 Old Trenton Road W Windsor NJ 08550 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com “Put on your Sunday Clothes” and join Playful Theatre for this one As matchmaker Dolly Gallagher Levi creates lots of fun “Some people paint, some sew, I meddle” she liked to say But when Horace Vandergelder comes her way It “Only Takes A Moment” for him to turn her head And “Before The Parade Passes By” she and Horace will be wed.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440815665 2011-04-17T04:38:17.821709 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 Day at the Fair Admission: Free with Grounds admission Start Time(s): 11 am-4 pm 609-586-0616 Grounds for Sculpture - 18 Fairgrounds Road Hamilton NJ 08619 http://www.groundsforsculpture.org THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com Have lots of fun as Grounds for Sculpture turns the park into a fantasy fair! Join to celebrate Grounds For Sculpture’s roots as the New Jersey State Fairgrounds. Tour the park and historic buildings, visit the balloon man, relax to music in the courtyard, participate in workshops, and view a pie-making demo. Purchase fun fairground treats--plenty of popcorn, cotton candy, hot dogs and more await.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816900 2011-04-17T04:38:17.869678 04-01-2011 - 04-17-2011 Accomplice Admission: $10-$12 Start Time(s): Friday @ 8 pm Saturday @ 8 pm Sunday @ 2 pm http://www.dcptheatre.com/ Dutch Country Players - 795 Ridge Road Telford PA 18969 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com You may think you know something about thrillers and mysteries, but after seeing Accomplice at dcp theatre, you'll not only question what you saw and heard, you'll likely acknowledge the fact that seeing isn't really believing at all. This highly crafted, suspenseful, funny, and charmingly twisted tale of intrigue and mayhem will catch you off guard. What you see isn't what you get, and what you get isn't what you expected. If that isn't what you want in an evening of stimulating entertainment, what is? It’ll keep you wondering, and laughing - even after you exit the theatre!
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http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817537 2011-04-17T04:38:17.893785 04-07-2011 - 04-17-2011 Twelfth Night Admission: $7 Students/seniors: $11 Start Time(s): 8 pm (717) 691-6036 http://www.messiah.edu/departments/theatre/ Messiah College Department of Theatre THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com tickets@messiah.edu Directed by Jim Knipple Twelfth Night, or What You Will is one of Shakespeare's wildest comedies. The play follows the plight of twins separated by shipwreck. Each is certain the other is dead wen they enter the enchanting and mystical land of Illyria. Disguise, duels, and devotion lead to mistaken identities, battles for life and hilarious romance. The dynamic physicality and original music of this high-octane production will bring one of Shakespeare's finest comedies to life.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440818259 2011-04-17T04:38:17.978020 04-07-2011 - 04-17-2011 The Fantasticks Admission: $12 for adults, $6 for students Start Time(s): Thurs-Sunday 4/7-4/10 Thursday-Sunday 4/15-4/17 Evenings 7:30 pm Sunday matinees 2 pm Doors open 1 hour before 610-499-4364 http://www.widener.edu/campuslife/activities/theatrew/performances Widener University - Theatre Widener - Widener University 1 University Place Chester PA 19013 THEATRE | Phillyfunguide.com sdever@widener.edu Musical production of "The Fantasticks" The Fantasticks has become the longest running production of any kind in the history of American theatre. Continuing its run in New York City, please visit www.FantasticksOnBroadway.com. for more information on this show"
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440802025 2011-04-17T04:38:38.462403 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Thierry Escaich (Organ) Admission: Start Time(s): 3 pm www.kimmelcenter.org Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts - Verizon Hall - 300 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Kimmel Center Presents: Thierry Escaich (Organ).
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/123783 2011-04-17T04:38:38.479557 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Dala with special guest Treasa Levasseur Admission: $23 (General Admission) $5 (Child (14 and under)) Start Time(s): 7:30 pm (609) 406-1424 http://concertsatthecrossing.com Unitarian Universalist Church - Washington Crossing - 268 Washington Crossing-Pennington Road Titusville NJ 08561 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com concertsatthecrossing@yahoo.com Canadian folk-pop duo Dala, who had the fastest sell out in the history of Concerts at the Crossing, returns. Treasa Levasseur opens the show.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440794417 2011-04-17T04:38:38.498494 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Seven Last Words Admission: $42 (Center Front Main) $32 (Center Section) $22 (Side Sections) Start Time(s): 8 pm 215-751-9494 http://www.philadelphiasingers.org Church of the Holy Trinity - Rittenhouse Square - S 19th Street and Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19103 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com This concert at the start of Holy Week opens with J.S. Bach’s Cantata No.182 “King of Heaven, Welcome.” It is the only extant cantata that Bach wrote for Palm Sunday. The program concludes with Sir James MacMillan’s powerful and moving Seven Last Words from the Cross.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440801265 2011-04-17T04:38:38.516806 04-14-2011 - 04-16-2011 Mahler Symphony No 4 Admission: $20-$120 Start Time(s): Thursday @ 8 pm Friday @ 2 pm Saturday @ 8 pm 2158931999 http://www.philorch.org/performance/9700/2011/04/14/ Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts - 300 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Sacred and profane, heaven and hell comingle in this pairing of Mahler's Fourth--with its finale derived from the composer's own song "Heavenly Life"--and a suite of densely colorful music from Berg's gruesome, tawdry operatic masterpiece. Longtime Philadelphia Orchestra favorite David Zinman continues the Orchestra's contributions to the first annual Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts with two works that could hardly be more different. At the end of Mahler's Symphony, a soprano chimes in with a sublime, childlike song in which angels bake bread, St. Peter goes fishing and St. Cecilia's band accompanies dancing virgins. At the end of Lulu, the lascivious title character tries to seduce a man who turns out to be Jack the Ripper--with expected consequences. This event is part of the 2011 Philadelphia International Festival Of The Arts (PIFA).
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440806979 2011-04-17T04:38:38.542651 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Peanut Butter and Jams Welcomes Gustafer Yellowgold Admission: Adults: $12 Children 1-12: $9 Free for children under the age of one! Start Time(s): 11:30 am 215-222-1400 http://tickets.worldcafelive.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=3564 World Cafe Live - Philadelphia - 3025 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19104 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Gustafer Yellowgold concerts are a unique blend of live music and moving image. The minimally animated illustrations are accompanied by illustrator/songwriter Morgan Taylor's catchy and original story-songs for a truly different multimedia experience that is entrancing children, teens and adults alike. Gustafer is a friendly creature who came to Earth from the sun and has an unusual magnetism for making friends with some of Earth's odder creatures. His best friend is Forrest Applecrumbie, the flightless Pterodactyl. Gustafer and Forrest built a small cottage-style home on the edge of an uncharted wooded area in Minnesota. He has a pet eel named Slim (short for Slimothy) and a pet dragon named Asparagus who lives in his fireplace and loves corn on the cob. Gustafer's pals, the Mustard Slugs practice their math under the shrubbery.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440807855 2011-04-17T04:38:38.607106 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Meredith Amado Violin Masterclass Admission: $10 Start Time(s): 2-4 pm 610-358-3632 http://www.darlingtonarts.org/shop/course/detail/623 Darlington Arts Center - 977 Shavertown Road Garnet Valley PA 19061 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com info@darlingtonarts.org With a Bachelors and Master’s degree from The Juilliard School, violinist Meredith Amado has had a distinguished career as performer, educator and administrator. Amado, the former Associate Concertmaster of the Delaware Symphony, has also toured with the St. Louis and Oregon Symphonies. She received her pedagogical training from the prestigious School for Strings in New York, becoming a committed educator who understands the value of early, focused and caring guidance. She has nurtured both beginning students as well as more advanced, mentoring students at St. Louis and Southern Illinois Universities and the Eastern Music Festival. Her love of chamber music gave rise to successful chamber music series in both Missouri and Delaware.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440807943 2011-04-17T04:38:38.627493 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 BJ Thomas Admission: $3950/$55 Start Time(s): 3 pm & 8 pm 215-257-5808 http://www.ST94.com Sellersville Theater 1894 - 24 W Temple Avenue Main & Temple Streets Sellersville PA 18960 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Info@ST94.com Best know for the classic “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head”, BJ Thomas is one of the most recognized & respected voices of the American musical landscape; he’s impacted many areas of popular music with 15 Top 40 hits, 10 Top 40 country singles, 5 Grammys, 2 Dove awards, 15 Gold & Platinum Records – all selling over 70 million copies! His other chart topers include “Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song”, “I Just Can’t Believing”, “Rock and Roll Lullaby”, "I'm So Lonesome, I Could Cry" & “Hooked on a Feeling”
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440808113 2011-04-17T04:38:38.692076 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Tower of Power + Average White Band Admission: $4150 Start Time(s): 8PM 215-572-7650 http://www.keswicktheatre.com/eventlist.cgi Keswick Theatre - 291 N Keswick Avenue Glenside PA 19038 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com orders@keswicktheatre.com "Funky Friday" expands to a second great night as the long-time Philly favorites keep giving Keswick audiences what they want – more funk = more fun!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440808591 2011-04-17T04:38:38.834903 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Point Entertainment presents Tempest Admission: $2950 / $25 Start Time(s): 8:00PM http://www.thecolonialtheatre.com/category/events/classics/ The Colonial Theatre - 227 Bridge Street Phoenixville PA 19460 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com An incredible night of Celtic music, showcasing diverse styles, by some of the best! Tempest has developed a world-wide following with their unique hybrid of high-energy folk rock with prog rock influences fusing Irish reels, Scottish ballads, Norwegian influences and other world music elements. General Admission seating within sections. Gold circle: $29.50. Orchestra and Balcony: $25. Ticket prices do not include the $2 per ticket Restoration Fee or the $1 per ticket Service Fee (max. $4). These fees will be calculated at check out. Tickets available with cash, check or credit card at the Colonial Theatre Box Office, or online. Just click on the “Buy Tickets” link at the upper right of any page of our website to buy your tickets online. Please note that the seats in the rear balcony have limited leg room.  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440808719 2011-04-17T04:38:38.970531 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Bill Toms and Hard Rain Admission: $16 Start Time(s): 8 pm 215-477-7578 http://www.psalmsalon.com PSALM - The Philadelphia Society for Art, Literature and Music - 5841 Overbrook Avenue Philadelphia PA 19131 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Bill Toms has evolved to become one of the best orators in the music world today. He is definitely the reincarnate troubadour. With a guitar, a pen, a lot of passion, Bill Toms connects to an audience and embraces the American traditions of rhythm, blues, soul, folk and country. His gifts of music and storytelling, paired with his creative compulsion for songs that burrow deep into the soul, have his dedicated fans continually coming back for more. He joined Pittsburgh”s legendary band, The Houserockers, as lead guitarist in 1987. The band’s meteoric rise into the professional music scene enabled Bill to tour the United States and Europe repeatedly. Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers opened for and played with a long and impressive list of notables, such as The Band, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Little Feat and Stevie Ray Vaughn.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440809975 2011-04-17T04:38:39.102580 04-15-2011 - 04-16-2011 Annual Theatre Arts Festival Admission: Free Start Time(s): 7 pm http://www.justcommunity.com/events/justcommunity-inc-calling-all-high-school-dramateaurs-for-the-2011-spring-theatre-arts-festival/ James Lorah House - 132 N Main Street Doylestown PA 18901 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com JustCommunity, Inc. calls all local, aspiring playwrights and musicians between 9th and 12th grades to participate in the second Annual Theatre Arts Festival! justCommunity, Inc. seeks Bucks County high school students to write and submit short plays or original songs for the Theatre Festival. Bucks County applicants in grades 9-12 should apply to participate in the festival by submitting their original plays and songs that focus on the theme of “rumors”—whether it is outlandish, exciting, embarrassing, scary, sad, funny or a combination thereof, JustCommunity wants your imagination! Interested students should submit their work online at www.justcommunity.com by February 15, 2011. Plays should be no longer than 10 pages and musicians should submit songs in written and recorded format. Multiple submissions are allowed and encouraged!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440810669 2011-04-17T04:38:39.161387 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Gandalf Murphy & The Slambovian Circus of Dreams Admission: $2500 Start Time(s): Show time is 8pm; doors open at 7pm 2157942331 http://newhopewinery.webasyst.net/shop/product/gandalf-murphy-the-slambovian-circus-of-dreams-april-16-2011/ New Hope Winery - 6123 Lower York Road New Hope PA 18938 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com infro@newhopewinery.com Gandalf Murphy & The Slambovian Circus of Dreams have been called "the hillbilly Pink Floyd," and we're excited to have them performing at the Winery! "The Circus reaches back for elements of early American music and makes it rock." Wine and snacks are available for purchase during the show, and ask us about our Buffet Dinner before the show. Check 'em out! http://www.slambovia.com/  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440810843 2011-04-17T04:38:39.187199 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Cherish the Child Admission: Start Time(s): 2 pm and 8 pm 18002984200 http://www.pgmc.org/ Temple Performing Arts Center - 1837 N Broad St Philadelphia PA 19122 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com tickets@pgmc.org PGMC presents "Cherish the Child", a concert with one simple message: Every child deserves to be loved. TPAC delivers this message with music that emphasizes the role supportive, loving families of all kinds play in the healthy development of children. In this concert, PGMC is also proud to present the Philadelphia premiere of Prayers for Bobby, the story of how a mother who tried to change her gay son ultimately had her eyes opened to his humanity by an event that transformed both their lives.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813843 2011-04-17T04:38:39.263419 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 The Beatles' Revolver Album, Live Admission: $15 Start Time(s): 8 pm 856-546-7755 http://auctionhouseshows.com/ The Auction House - 100 WEST MERCHANT STREET Audubon NJ 08106 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com The Rubber Souls, the Philadelphia area's finest Beatles tribute band, performs the classic 1966 album Revolver in its entirety, along with other Beatles favorites.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813293 2011-04-17T04:38:39.284086 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Classic Punk Showdown Admission: $10 Start Time(s): Saturday, 6-8 pm 215-230-3406 http://www.schoolofrock.com/doylestown Doylestown School of Rock - 135 South Main Street Doylestown PA 18901 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com doylestownsor@gmail.com It's the ultimate rock battle of the Brits vs. the USA! Rock out to the original punk rockers The Sex Pistols, The Ramones, The Clash and The Stooges! Spike your hair and stud your jacket, Doylestown School of Rock has some raw power and combat rock!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813529 2011-04-17T04:38:39.304570 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Remember Paris Admission: $19-$28 Start Time(s): 3 pm Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts - Verizon Hall - 300 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 http://pifa.org/events/980190975 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Admired by The Diapason as "an improviser of genius", international organist Escaich is renowned for his concert work as well as his brilliant compositions. Escaich and acclaimed director Delpech-Ramey musically and theatrically re-create Paris from 1910 to 1920, aided by Boustani's inventive projections of historic images and dreamlike reimaginings of the city of lights. A man and a woman, played by two silent actors, poignantly transport audiences back to a Paris embodied by decadence and eroticism, by artistic daring and the devastations of war. This event is part of the 2011 Philadelphia International Festival Of The Arts (PIFA).
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814547 2011-04-17T04:38:39.337367 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Zeta Omicron Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Admission: $10 Start Time(s): 2-5:30 pm Gus Tolson @ (215) 284-5642 http://www.zol1906.com Alpha Phil Alpha, Zeta Omicron Lambda Chapter MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com raaaagape@gmail.com or to info@zol1906.com Zeta Omicron Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity presents: Michael Woodard, Janra, The ML King H.S. Gospel Choir with Dezzie and host, Big City. A donation of $10 benefits The Alpha Leadership and Scholarship Fund. 
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813665 2011-04-17T04:38:39.356796 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Kina Grannis Admission: Start Time(s): 8:00pm http://ticketsworldcafelivecom/eventperformances World Cafe Live - Philadelphia - 3025 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19104 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com A YouTube sensation, Grannis’ career began In 2007 after entering her self-made video for her song “Message From Your Heart” in Doritos’ “Crash the Super Bowl” contest. Her video was the winning submission, and her video was broadcast during the Super Bowl. Forgoing her record deal, Grannis recorded her latest album, “Stairwells” to critical and popular acclaim. The album debuted on the Billboard Top 200 and number five on the iTunes Pop Chart. With a unique and charming brand of folk-pop, Grannis is enthusiastically hitting the road to do what she loves best – playing her music and connecting with her fans.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440813809 2011-04-17T04:38:39.376433 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Hot Club of Philadelphia: PNC Growing up Great Admission: FREE Start Time(s): 11 am http://pifa.org/events/980191423 Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts - Commonwealth Plaza - 300 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19102 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Specializing in Gypsy Jazz the Hot Club of Philadelphia presents a program for PNC Grow Up Great that will tell the story of Django Reinhardt--the inspiration behind this unique style of music. The ensemble will perform a variety of music and discuss the meaning behind each piece. Young learners will also learn first-hand about the instruments being used (accordion, guitar, violin and double base) as well as concepts of Jazz music, including improvisation. This event is part of the 2011 Philadelphia International Festival Of The Arts (PIFA).
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817495 2011-04-17T04:38:39.397444 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Midnight Shift Admission: no cover Start Time(s): 8:30pm http://www.temperancehouse.cm/events.php The Temperance House - 5 S State Street Newtown PA 18940 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Midnight Shift is a four piece band that specializes in what they call Rhythm, Rockin' Boogie. It is an infectious blend of blues, jump and rockabilly music. The Shift plays all over PA and travels also to NJ, DE and MD. They have competed as semi finalist in The International Blues Challenge in Memphis as well as traveling to Charleston, SC to be a part of the annual Low Country Blues Bash. Midnight Shift has also opened for Carey Bell, Guitar Shorty, Asleep at the Wheel, Little Ed, Joe Louis Walker and Gary US Bonds. The band is currently working on their second cd.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814682 2011-04-17T04:38:39.489800 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Record Store Day Admission: Start Time(s): http://www.recordstoreday.com/Home Various Locations - MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com This is the one day that independently-owned record stores come together with artists to celebrate the art of music. On this day, participating stores will simultaneously link and act as one with the purpose of celebrating the culture and unique place that they occupy both in their local communities and nationally. Special vinyl and CD releases and various promotional products are made exclusively for the day and hundreds of artists in the United States and in various countries across the globe make special appearances and performances. Check out the official website to find a participating store near you!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814757 2011-04-17T04:38:39.528976 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 A Tribute to Victor Borge Admission: $25 Reserved $15 General Admission $ 5 Student and Under 12 Start Time(s): 2 pm and 7: 30 pm 610-983-3331 http://www.mainliners.org Conestoga High School - Hobson C Wagner Auditorium - 200 Irish Road Berwyn PA 19312 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com This is a musical tribute by the Bryn Mawr Mainliner Chorus.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440814977 2011-04-17T04:38:39.586312 04-11-2011 - 04-16-2011 Jazz Month: University of the Arts Student Recitals Admission: Free Start Time(s): 7 pm 2157176342 Caplan Center for the Performing Arts Center - 211 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19107 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Recitals given by students who are graduating from the University of the Arts School of Music. Recitals feature jazz and other styles of music presented in performances by outstanding students.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817315 2011-04-17T04:38:39.619551 04-15-2011 - 04-16-2011 WesNWorrell Featuring Bernie Worrell with Special Guests Natural Selection Admission: Advance: $8 At the door: $10 Start Time(s): 9 pm-1:30 am 215 625 0855 http://www.deathwaltz.com/calendar/wesnworrell-the-legendary-bernie-worrell-wes-santo-with-natural-selection Triumph Brewing Company - Philadelphia - 117-121 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19106 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Featuring Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame keyboard player, Bernie Worrell (original P-Funk, Talking Heads, Colonel Claypool’s Bucket of Bernie Brains, SociaLybrium, Method of Defiance) and newly found funk phenom, Wes Santo--WesNWorrell light it up! With special guests Natural Selection!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816989 2011-04-17T04:38:39.709889 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Inside the Mind of a Dancer: Explore Your Imagination Admission: Free Please RSVP Start Time(s): 2-2:45 pm 2159171513 http://www.balletx.org The Wilma Theater - 265 S Broad Street Philadelphia PA 19107 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com cox@balletx.org The public is invited to join BalletX Co-Artistic Directors Matthew Neenan and Christine Cox in a lively exploration of the imagination inspired by the mind, body, music and the collaborative world premiere, PIFA-inspired "Proliferation of the Imagination". See how the BalletX dancers work one-on-one with Matthew, as he creates movement on the spot. This is a unique opportunity to witness first hand the creation process of dance and see the company work in an informal atmosphere on a formal stage at The Wilma Theater. With live improvised music by composer/singer/songwriter Rosie Langabeer. The second annual event is especially designed for ages 8 and up.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440815638 2011-04-17T04:38:39.738947 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 XPN Welcomes The 9th Annual Americana Roots Ramble Music Festival Admission: Start Time(s): 7:30 pm - 1:00 am http://statestreetblues.com/ Downtown Media - 301 N Jackson St Media PA 19063 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com XPN Welcomes the 9th Annual Americana Roots Ramble Music Festival featuring: The Return of Charlie Gracie, Frog Holler, Philly Gumbo, Roger Girke Band, Synthesis World, Baby Flamehead, Craig Bickhardt, Kid Davis & The Bullets, Special Brew’d feat. Ed & Tea, Mason Porter, Butch Zito, Silver Wind and more!  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440815727 2011-04-17T04:38:39.759094 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Antonin Dvorak's Stabat Mater Admission: $20, adult $15, senior $10, student FREE for children! Start Time(s): 7:30 pm 215-542-7871 http://www.TheChoristers.org Upper Dublin Lutheran Church - Butler Pike and Susquehanna Avenue Ambler PA 19002 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Info@TheChoristers.org The Choristers, a 65-voice, auditioned choir, presents its spring concert, an uplifting, musical affirmation of the power of life over death. The centerpiece, Antonin Dvorak's Stabat Mater, is a monumental and inspirational work that meditates on the suffering of Mary during Jesus' crucifixion and ends with the promise of life everlasting. Other works programmed include Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Toward the Unknown Region and Eric Whitacre’s Sleep, two very different but equally beautiful approaches to the mysteries of the hereafter. Rounding out the program is a new orchestral work by composer-in-residence David Hobbs based on Psalm 22.The choir will be joined by soloists Maureen Francis, soprano; Suzanne DuPlantis, alto; Richard Slade, tenor; and John Miles, bass. Accompanying the choir will be 41 of the best freelance orchestral players in the Philadelphia area.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440818303 2011-04-17T04:38:39.807630 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Jazz Month: Matt Davis' Aerial Photgraph and Blue Cranes Admission: $10 Start Time(s): 8 pm-Midnight 267 664 8634 http://www.deathwaltz.com/calendar/matt-davis-aerial-photograph-and-blue-cranes Ruba Hall - 414 Green St Philadelphia PA 19123 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Inspired by the great historical and cultural diversity of the American experience, Matt Davis’ Aerial Photograph is an original jazz ensemble which aims to inspire audiences and foster education through performances, recordings and educational outreach. Hailing from the fertile scene of Portland, Oregon, the Blue Cranes create music that is as invigorating as it is disarming. Working a thin line between improvisation and catchiness, Blue Cranes arrive at a unique place. They have found a way to make exploration seem like the most enjoyable process around.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440815956 2011-04-17T04:38:39.842165 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Ambush Family w/ Freeway Admission: $12 in advance/ $15 door/ $10 with college ID Start Time(s): Crocodile Rock - 520 W Hamilton St Allentown PA 18101 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Come see Philadelphia Freeway & Ambush Family perform live @ Crocodile Rock Cafe
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816745 2011-04-17T04:38:39.885152 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Peanut Butter & Jams welcomes Gustafer Yellowgolds Infinity Sock Admission: $12 adults/$9 kids Start Time(s): 11:30am http://www.gustaferyellowgold.com World Cafe Live - Philadelphia - 3025 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19104 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com “Star of Kindie Rock” – Time Magazine “The show is a cross between ‘Yellow Submarine’ and Dr. Seuss.” - The New York Times Groovy Gustafer Yellowgold is a small, yellow, cone-headed fellow, who came to Earth from the Sun and has a knack for finding himself neck-deep in absurd situations as he explores his new life in the Minnesota woods. Equal parts pop rock concert and animated storybook, Gustafer Yellowgold concerts are a truly different multimedia experience that entrances children and adults alike. Gustafer Yellowgold’s Infinity Sock is the first Gustafer Yellowgold show to have a storyline, which follows our hero as he embarks upon an hilarious, mind-bending musical journey in search of the toe-end of the longest sock in the universe.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816867 2011-04-17T04:38:39.913872 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Jeffrey Koepper, Vic Hennegan, Michael Peck Admission: At the door: $20 Students with ID: $10 Advance: $15 Start Time(s): 8 pm 1-866-468-7619 http://www.thegatherings.org St Mary's Hamilton Village - 3916 Locust Walk Philadelphia PA 19104 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Three Electronic Musicians from different parts of the USA rendezvous in Philadelphia in a benefit concert for The Gatherings Concert Series. Jeffrey Koepper's precisely programmed swirling Spacemusic seduces listeners into a kaleidoscopic inner-sanctum where time is suspended and the outside world fades away. His seven CD releases were realized using a wonderful set of musical colors made on vintage analog gear--a process of going back to go further. Koepper is excited by all that is going on in his music, and its features that seem to point for into the future. Vic Hennegan's compositions combine influences from the worlds of Prog, Techno, New Age, Ambient, Space, Electronic and World Music into a most distinctive work. Performing with the confidence of the musically well traveled, he mixes his experiences into vivid sonic statements. Michael Peck is an artist living in sound. Treating the soundfield like a canvas his music demands imaginative interaction and asks the listener to re-align our sensitivity to sound. The freedom expressed in this music is compelling--and Peck uses his improvisational skills to move easily between a number of moods and atmospheres.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816959 2011-04-17T04:38:39.961185 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 JD Malone with Leechboy Admission: $10 Adv / $12 At the Door Start Time(s): 8pm 484-427-4547 Burlap and Bean Coffeehouse - 204 S Newtown Street Road The Shops at Springton Pointe Newtown Square PA 19073 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com An evening with JD Malone. To listen to samples, visit www.jdmalone.com Dad, husband, son, brother, friend, singer/songwriter, recovering philosopher. JD Malone was born and raised under a bright blue sky in a small town called Bennington in the Green Mountain State of Vermont, U.S.A. He writes and sings songs about love and hate, angels and demons and the universal struggle to feel safe under the stars. Joining JD onstage this night is his band The Experts (Tom Hampton, Avery Coffee, Jim Miades and Tommy Geddes). He has shared the stage with many national acts: Third Eye Blind, Eve 6, Sugar Ray, Vertical Horizon, Fuel, Familiar 48, Living Colour, The Fixx, July for Kings, Lola Ray, Robert Hazard, Silvertide, John Faye Power Trip, The Martians, The Bogmen, Dee Snyder, John Eddie, Danelia Cotton, Eric Andersen, Tom Gillam, Idlewheel, Craig Bickhardt, Jim Photoglo and Phil Vasser. -- Opening will be special guest Leechboy
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440816997 2011-04-17T04:38:39.980585 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Vocalist Extraordinaire Michael Andrews Admission: Free Start Time(s): 8-11 pm 215-879-1011 http://www.lecochonnoir.com Le Cochon Noir MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com The spirit of Joe Williams and Johnny Hartman are channeled through Michael. A rich and velvety baritone, Mike's charismatic personality captures everyone's attention.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817699 2011-04-17T04:38:39.994880 03-28-2011 - 04-16-2011 Grey Social Wednesday Night Jazz Admission: $5 Start Time(s): 7 pm-1:30 am 267-939-5313 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Grey-Social-Old-City/134294793466 Grey Social MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Peppe Merolla quartet featuring "Trumpeter" Andy Gravish (check Andy out, he's a Bad Dude), Marco Di Gennaro (Piano) and Mike Boone (Bass). Jam session follows after.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440818533 2011-04-17T04:38:40.016857 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 The Grip Weeds Admission: $7 ($6 ticket + $1 processing fee) Start Time(s): 10:30 pm World Cafe Live MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com “Sparkling, insanely catchy psyche-pop”: The Grip Weeds are a critically acclaimed Psychedelic Rock /Power Pop quartet consisting of brothers Kurt and Rick Reil (on drums and guitar respectively), Kristin Pinell (guitar) and Michael Kelly (bass). Surrounded by their vintage equipment, this talented four-piece band records slices of perfect, radio-friendly guitar-pop, psychedelic enough to appeal to record junkies and Sixties-retro fans, but edgy enough to fit into a modern rock set.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440818525 2011-04-17T04:38:40.044056 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Kate Schutt Admission: $13 Start Time(s): 8:00pm 2152221400 World Cafe Live - Philadelphia - 3025 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19104 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Never a dull moment. That phrase sums up guitarist, singer/songwriter Kate Schutt’s life since her last performance at World Café Live. From January to April 2010, she lived in rural Wilcox County, Alabama volunteering with BAMA KIDS, an after-school program dedicated to reaching, developing and enriching the lives of at-risk youth and their families in this rural, isolated community. October 2011, she relocated from Guelph, Ontario (the “Austin, Texas of Canada”) to New York City. Now, she’s hanging with her musical heroes and working on her next album. Jon Garelick of The Boston Phoenix calls her "as a phenomenal up-and coming singer," saying, "Harvard and Berklee kid Kate Schutt is an assured singer/songwriter/guitarist with a smoky, understated delivery." A provocative, soulful performer and a constant collaborator, Kate has worked with the likes of John Ellis (Charlie Hunter), Terri Lyne Carrington (Herbie Hancock), Viktor Krauss (Lyle Lovett, Bill Frisell), and hometown hero Orrin Evans, to name only a few.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817502 2011-04-17T04:38:40.064553 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Eco Del Sur Admission: Tickets are $15 general admission, $10 for students, seniors and members of the Arts Council of Princeton Tickets will be available at the door Start Time(s): 8pm Paul Robeson Center for the Arts - 102 Witherspoon St Princeton NJ 08542 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Eco Del Sur means “echoes of the south.” The group was founded in 2000 with the idea to preserve the heritage and culture of different Latin American regions. The music of Eco Del Sur includes a wide range of styles and rhythms. Some of these rhythms include the huay?o, sanjuanito, carnaval, chacarera, joropo, zamba, and cueca and were influenced by Pre-Columbian and Spanish cultural heritages. Other rhythms characteristic of the Pacific Coast, Atlantic Coast and the Caribbean include the cumbia, porros, guajira, lando, festejo, and currulao; these rhythms had a great contribution from African heritage and culture.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817581 2011-04-17T04:38:40.091695 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Treehouse Rocks: Children's Concert Admission: $5 Children: $15 (includes kid's meal--entree, side and drink) Start Time(s): Dinner seating starts @ 4:45 pm Concert starts @ 6 pm 215-247-3637 http://www.treehouseplaycafe.com The Little Treehouse Play Cafe - 10 West Gravers Lane Philadelphia PA 19118 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com treehousegm@gmail.com Treehouse Rocks! featuring BAZE and his Silly Friends. The Little Treehouse is thrilled to present the new family entertainment series, Treehouse Rocks! Multi-award winning Baze And His Silly Friends are a creative family rock band from Caldwell, New Jersey where the music is sophisticated for the parents and the lyrics a blast for the kids! Each show comes complete with bubble fun! Reservations are required and include a guaranteed dinner seating either before or after the show. Children's admission includes a healthy and delicious Treehouse Kids Meal. Space is limited and shows sell out quickly.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817767 2011-04-17T04:38:40.114724 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Clean Up and Get Down Admission: Get Down party: $30-$35 Member Get Down party: $25 Volunteer discount: $15 To register as a volunteer, visit http://sbncleanupeventbritecom and purchase a free “Volunteer” ticket Start Time(s): Clean Up (outdoor service project), 10 am-2 pm Get Down (Dance Party), 7:30-11 pm 215-922-7400 http://www.sbnphiladelphia.org/events/view/save_the_date_earth_week_service_project_and_dance_party/ Yards Brewing Company - 901 N Delaware Avenue Philadelphia PA 19125 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com jen@sbnphiladelphia.org Help SBN officially kick-off their 10 Year Anniversary! Join Sustainable Business Network as they "Clean Up" the City Saturday afternoon. Then "Get Down" to celebrate at Yards Brewing Company that same night! Tickets include a locally-sourced light dinner and two drink tickets. Guests are responsible for their own bar tab. Vegan options will be available. Dancing shoes optional but encouraged! You must be 21 years or older to attend with valid identification.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817805 2011-04-17T04:38:40.238425 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Earth Uprising: Earth Day Festival and Flea Market Admission: Free Proceeds benefit the Uhuru Movement's black-community led programs for sustainable economic self-reliance and development throughout the US and the world Start Time(s): 9 am-5 pm 215 387 0919 Clark Park - 43rd Street and Baltimore Avenue Philadelphia PA 19104 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com “Oppressed Peoples and the Planet Must Be Free!" is the theme of this 3rd Annual Earth Day Fest and Flea Market. It will be an all day festival in the park with speakers, music, food, vendors and information booths. Free workshops will be held on such topics as social and environmental justice, community gardening and many aspects of building a sustainable community. The Food Trust weekly farmers market will be open and there will be activities for children. The flea market offers crafts, jewelry, ethnic arts and clothing, recycled records and collectibles, clothing and great food. Workshops on organic gardening, urban farming and community agriculture and sustainability with The Food Trust, Macrobiotic Transitional Cooking by Cynthia's Health Consortium, and other local experts. Speakers include Diop Olugbala, International President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement; Ayesha Fleary of the All-African People’s Development and Empowerment Project, and more. Live music from Coco Sol, Plum Dragoness and the Elements, Miss Tess and the Bon Ton Parade (from NYC), also African drumming and dance from the Neo-African Drums n' Dance ensemble at La Salle University, and the Boogie Bullies. Revolutionary Poetry by Rasheed Bey.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440817943 2011-04-17T04:38:40.258537 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Kristian Rex Admission: Start Time(s): 7 pm 215-862-2300 http://www.loganinn.com/events Logan Inn and Restaurant - 10 West Ferry Street New Hope PA 18938 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com info@loganinn.com Outstanding singer -songwriter and music producer from New York City. Kristian has quickly become a favorite at the Logan.!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440818449 2011-04-17T04:38:40.276865 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 Kirsten Holly Smith Sings Dusty Springfield Admission: Tickets $25 (Food and drink minimum $25) Start Time(s): 8:30 pm http://bobegansnewhope.com/ Bob Egan's Supper Club and Cabaret at The Ramada of New Hope - Ramada Inn New Hope 6426 Old York Road New Hope PA 18938 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com You don’t have to say you love her, but once you’ve seen Kirsten Holly Smith’s heartfelt tribute to the legendary Dusty Springfield, you won’t forget her. It began in the original theatrical form in Los Angeles in the rousing piece entitled “Stay Forever: The Life and Music of Dusty Springfield,” produced by Jorja Fox (CSI television star), Leslie Brockett, and Jon Imparato. Next it played the cabaret circuit and excerpts from the show were featured at the Rockland Family Service Benefit Gala. Kirsten shared the stage with Ellen Burstyn, Lorraine Bracco, and Didi Conn. Respected arranger/musical director Michael Thomas Murray accompanies. “Smashing! Smith captures both the soulfulness and the sultriness of the British chantoozie….By the end, you’re in love.” — Michael Musto, “La Dolce Musto,” Village Voice For more information on Kirsten Holly Smith sings Dusty Springfield please visit: www.stayforeverdusty.com  
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440818631 2011-04-17T04:38:40.316919 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 52nd Street Band Admission: $5 Cover Start Time(s): 10pm - 2am 215-322-7272 http://www.maggiosrestaurant.com The Mag Bar - 400 2nd Street Pike Southampton PA 18966 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Join us for the music of 52nd Street Band, A tribute to BILLY JOEL with Drink Specials: LATE NIGHT HAPPY HOUR!!!  If you love Billy Joel's music, this show is not to be missed.  Come on down we'll save you a seat.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440818644 2011-04-17T04:38:40.340533 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 The Young Werewolves Admission: Start Time(s): Trocadero Theatre - 1003 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19107 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440819021 2011-04-17T04:38:40.377411 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 New Spirit of Penn Gospel Choir Presents: Praise Him in Advance Admission: Advance: $8 At the door: $10 Start Time(s): 3 pm N/A University of Pennsylvania - Irvine Auditorium - 3401 Spruce Street Philadelphia PA 19104 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com New Spirit of Penn Presents: Praise Him In Advance (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18)
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440819137 2011-04-17T04:38:40.416642 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 The Beat Goes On Benefit Concert and Silent Auction Admission: $35 Start Time(s): 5 pm http://www.COTAForJosieB.com/node/419 Chester County Historical Society - 225 N High Street West Chester PA 19380 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com The Beat Goes On Concert and Silent Auction benefiting Josie Basta is being held on April 16th. The evening includes wonderful auction items, entertaining music by Build-A-Band, Little Martha and DJ Dave Hettinger, and will include delicious local fare by Victory Brewpub.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440819339 2011-04-17T04:38:40.436308 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 The Kennedys Admission: $17 in advance; $20 day of show Start Time(s): 8-11 pm 610-742-7208 http://www.kennettflash.org Kennett Flash - 102 Sycamore Alley Kennett Square PA 19348 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com manager@kennettflash.org "The folk-rocking husband/wife team of Pete and Maura Kennedy have created a cohesive, often infectious and sometimes poignant song cycle inspired by dreams: the dreams that come in the night, and dreams of a better world. (5 stars)"- Mike Regenstreif, Montreal Gazette. "With songs inspired by their dreams, Pete and Maura Kennedy meld '60s rock, folk, and country into a stunning concept album that takes the listener from the footloose frolic of not-so-long-ago into a world of abridged civil liberties, before concluding on an upbeat note with a bracing appeal for peace. The optimistic, go-for-it counsel of the stomping opener, 'Breathe,' mutates seamlessly into the frothy, sunny, power pop of 'Speed of Soul,' with its energetic, chanting girl-group chorus and jaunty banjo and mandolin lines - it's all so 9/10. But the melancholy folk ballad 'No Mornings' suggests the persistence of an unsettling dream, which in turn becomes reality with a rough-edged, Creedence-tinged country rocker, 'Give Me Back My Country,' that finds Maura crying out, '...give me back my country / and the sweet breath of freedom from the Bill of Rights.' Fully referencing a post-9/11 world now, the Kennedys lay it on in 'American Wish,' speaking truth to power in restrained, acoustic-driven fury and twang as Maura bemoans 'the voice of the people silenced by the powerful few.' ...Yet daybreak looms, and with it hope, articulated so sweetly in the beautiful, if somewhat bleak, country ballad 'Light My Way,' in the jubilant reconciliation of 'In My Dreams,' and in the spiritual solace of the Eastern-tinged meditation 'Kindred Spirits' and the ethereal instrumental coda, "Pacé." What have dreams wrought? Some kind of masterpiece." - David McGee,
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440819623 2011-04-17T04:38:40.469349 04-16-2011 - 04-16-2011 3rd Annual Olde Kings Blues Knite Admission: $20 per ticket Start Time(s): 7-11:30 pm 1-888-315-8009 or 856-467-2700 http://swedesboro-nj.us Swedesboro Economic Development MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Live Blues Music featuring Dukes of Destiny and Don Evans Band. BYOB event with food available for purchase at Rode's Fireside Restaurant.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/111727 2011-04-17T04:38:40.496039 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 A Salute to John Williams Admission: $20-$65 Start Time(s): 3 pm State Theatre (New Brunswick, NJ) - 15 Livingston Avenue New Brunswick NJ 08901 http://www.statetheatrenj.org/salute_to_john_williams MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Gerald Steichen, conductor. Oscar and Golden Globe winner John Williams has written the soundtracks for some of the most defining films of the last 50 years. It takes only a few notes to recognize the themes from Jaws, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Schindler’s List. Hear these and more, like Superman, Memoirs of a Geisha, and The Cowboys, in a salute to this incredible talent.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440802924 2011-04-17T04:38:40.510231 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 Tower of Power and Average White Band Admission: $49, $39 Start Time(s): 7:30 pm Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts - 222 Market Street Harrisburg PA 17101 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com From critically acclaimed albums to Grammy® nominations, Tower of Power and Average White Band bring the best of funk and soul to Harrisburg.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440810885 2011-04-17T04:38:40.532487 04-15-2011 - 04-17-2011 Temple University Opera Theater: Ravel's L'Heure EspagnoleE and Poulenc's Les Mamelles de Tiresias Admission: $20 Students and seniors: $15 With student OWLcard: $5 Start Time(s): Friday, April 15 @ 7:30 pm Sunday, April 17 @ 3 pm http://www.temple.edu/boyer/enp/schedule_of_events.htm Temple University - Tomlinson Theater - 1301 W Norris Street Philadelphia PA 19122 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Temple University Opera Theater performs: Maurice Ravel's L'Heure Espagnole and Francis Poulenc's Les Mamelles de Tiresias. Sung in French with English titles. With Andrew Chown, stage director and Jamie Johnson, producer. Sponsored in part by the Temple University General Activities Fund. Part of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA).
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440811173 2011-04-17T04:38:40.604892 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 Steel Wheels & Dehlia Low Admission: $1950/$2950 Start Time(s): 7:30pm 215-257-5808 http://www.ST94.com/ Sellersville Theater 1894 - 24 W Temple Avenue Main & Temple Streets Sellersville PA 18960 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Info@ST94.com Creating tremendous excitement with their blend of great songwriting, passionate vocals & tight instrumentals, The Steel Wheels are rooted in musical styles exploring the territories between blues & bluegrass, old-time sing-alongs & foot-stompin' fiddle tunes. They are subtle innovators who respect the past but whistle their own tunes, layering in rich textures and decidedly modern energy to forge a new sound. Emerging out of Asheville’s roots renaissance, Dehlia Low echoes the sounds of early country with a strong bluegrass flavor, crafting a fresh originality that feels like home. They’ve traveled across the US, including appearances at Merlefest, Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival and Appalachian Uprising. "Dehlia Low is rapidly becoming a musical force to watch for." - Bluegrass Unlimited
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440811259 2011-04-17T04:38:40.639868 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 XPN Welcomes Trout Fishing in America Admission: $15 for children under 18, $30 for adults Start Time(s): New Hope Winery - 6123 Lower York Road New Hope PA 18938 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Trout Fishing in America will be here for a special Sunday afternoon show on April 17th! This will be a kid-friendly show and we encourage families to come. Adult ticket price is $30, and for children under 18, the price is only $15. (please order separately and make a note on your order form) Table seating. Nice venue. Family friendly snacks and soft drinks will be available for sale, as well as wine for those over 21. Don't miss two of the most lyrically creative, musically sophisticated, vocularly muscular music makers in the family music business!
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440811301 2011-04-17T04:38:40.669386 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 Haverford-Bryn Mawr Chorale and Chamber Orchestra Admission: Free and open to the public Start Time(s): 3:00 PM (610) 896-1011 Haverford College - 370 Lancaster Avenue Haverford PA 19041 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com Directed by Tian Hui Ng, performing Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem. This concert will be held in Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium on the Haverford College campus at 370 Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, PA, and is free and open to the public.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440811779 2011-04-17T04:38:40.684044 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 Jagermeister Presents: Easy All-Stars--First Light Tour Admission: Advance: $19-$24 Day of Show: $21-$26 Start Time(s): 8 pm 215-222-1400 World Cafe Live - Philadelphia - 3025 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19104 http://tickets.worldcafelive.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=3957&c=39&pg=4 MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com On April 5th, The Easy Star All-Stars will release First Light, their first full-length album of original songs, which will coincide with the First Light Tour. The band worked on the album over the past six months in between the extensive touring schedule. The All-Stars are very excited to put out an album that features original songwriting and contributions by every member of the collective group. 
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440811961 2011-04-17T04:38:40.699168 02-27-2011 - 04-17-2011 Curtis Student Recital Admission: FREE! with Gardens admission Start Time(s): Sundays @ 1 pm 610-388-1000 Longwood Gardens - 1001 Longwood Road Route 1 and Route 52 Kennett Square PA 19348 http://www.longwoodgardens.org/CurtisStudentRecitals.html MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com The Curtis Institute of Music's talented students share with Longwood audiences the high level of music-making they have honed during their studies, as they perform solo and chamber music in pre-graduation recitals.
http://www.phillyfunguide.com/event/detail/440812886 2011-04-17T04:38:40.881209 04-17-2011 - 04-17-2011 Fairmount Arts Crawl Admission: Start Time(s): 2-6 PM Fairmount Neighborhood - West of Broad Street between Girard Avenue and Spring Garden Street Philadelphia PA 19130 http://fairmountcdc.org/events/arts-crawl/ MUSIC | Phillyfunguide.com The Fairmount Arts Crawl is an annual event that attracts over 4,000 residents, visitors, and art lovers alike to the Fairmount neighborhood. Come and stroll down the avenue visiting over 37 different businesses-turned-art-venues housing over 70 installations. Along the way enjoy music, dancing, kids activities, live demonstrations, and so much more!
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