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October 21, 2001 www.philly.com THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER U U IT ; U U U Ul ) o Q p o urn Children's Ballet Theatre of Philadelphia Presents The NUTCRACKER The baRet for the children, danced by the children Featuring the Phtadelphia Perfonrang Arte Chwtar School Cnof Tuesday, December 4th 1030 AM Wednesday, December 5th 1030 AM a T100 PM Thursday, December 6th 1030 AM Friday, December 7th 10(30 AM and 7ft) PM The perfect Mroductkm tar young mdencst School chMrarrs group maonte's $aoo Tickets $14.U0 10 $24.00 Group discounts avasable To order by phone call 215-334-4222 Fax 215-551-1113 Merriam Theater 250 South Broad Street University of Ins Arts Catch ths Spirit Early) THE NUTCRACKER Featuring The Pennsylvania Academy of Balet Society And Guest Artists Mofy Smofcm and Tit Heamets From ths Birmingham Royal Balet November 16 7J0 pm November 17 11 am and 3 pm November 18 3 pm and 7 pm tickets $b lo $15 editor Group Rales Can 610-622-1189 Upper Darby Performing Arts Center School Ln A LansrJowne Annua, Drexel Hi, PA WHY PAY DOWNTOWN PRICES?! "THE NUTCRACKER" 14th YEAR Dw largest, most elaborate production arrfwhitrautMtStarnURrSSA PONOMARENK0 VKTOfl PL0TN0K0V (Principal Dancers - Boston Ballet) FRL, DEC. 14, TiX PM; SAT, DEC 15, 11 AM, 3 A 7:30 PM SUN, DEC. 16, 3 PM $19.60 (disc. $14 pricelot kids 12 & younger) DISCOUNT GROUP HATES AVAILABLE Box Offic24-Hr. Phone-Charge 215-572-7650 wwwJteawicktheatre.com (on-iie lickelsrhHFE e-mail conceit updates!) KESWICK THEATRE Easton Rd. A Keswfck Ave, GJenside, PA Phsadetphla Chamber Muaic Society presents MUSICIANS FROM MARLBORO TODAY - Sunday, October 21 at 3xXt pm Haydn. Brahms, SchulhoH Tickets ONLY $20 Half-price lor students Reducedfate parking available PA Convention Center 13th A Cherry Streets Cat 215-5694080 or visit www-pcrranetorg Trt-County Concerts presents ERIC OWENS, basso with LAURA WARD, piano Sunday, October 21, 2:30 pm Tickets: $15, seniors $10, students $6 Free ParkingCan 610447-9086 Mclnnls Auditorium, Eastern College 1300 Eagle Road, SL David's PA VOX AMA DEUS Concert Season XV Valentin Radu - ArUsttc Director A Renaissance Oktoberfest Masterworks of Europe's Ugh Renaieaance Performed in period costume, voices and Instruments Today Sunday, October 21 - 5 PM hifa 610688-2800 Tickets $20, $15, $7 Chestnut Hill Presbyterian Church 8855 Germantown Avenue Tonight at 7:30 PM! Blessed are they that mourn.. MENDELSSOHN CLUB with CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF PHLADELPHU BRAHMS -A GERMAN REQUIEM Keren Stock, Soprano; Robert McFarlind, Baritone SCHOENBERG A SURVIVOR FROM WARSAW Cantor David Tsman, Narrator with Men of Beth Shotom Chorale, Kol Emanuel PMadetphta Gay Men's Chorui ALAN HARLER, conductor Tickets S) 215-893-1999 ACADEMY OF MUSIC Broad and Locust Streets Voiodymyr Koshuba Organist-Kiev Concert Halt, Ukraine ORGAN RECITAL Friday, October 26th at 7:30 PM tree-will olterng SL Mary's Episcopal Church Wayne, PA (Lancaster A Louesa Ave) Information: 610-688-1313 THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA Wolfgang Sawallisch, Music Director The Fourth Annual Marian Anderson Award Gala Performance Honoring Quincy Jones October 22 at 830 pm James DePreisL guest conductor Charles Floyd, conductor Grace Bumbry, mezzo-eoprano Jon Faddit Quartet trumpet, piano, bass, trumsj and special guest Stevie Wonder Heaven a He October 25 A 27 at 8 pm, October 26 at 2 pm David Robertson, conductor Camilla Tilling, soprano Ht OH Uillerenl Trains (PHtadBtprm Oidiestra Commission-World premiere ol orchestral tersm) MAHLEH Symphony No. 4 Halloween Concert October 31 at 7 pm Rossen MUanov, conductor Isaac Hayes, special guest Ryan DiUsL Umpanl Arrive early to be judged lor the costume contest. Free ore-concert conversation subscription concert It's not too late to subscribe! Don't delay, we are atrssdy SOLD OUT It 3 series! Ba Iheis when the Orchestra movee into Its new home, the Klmmel Center lor the Performing Arts, i December 2001. Call 215.893.1955 for a free brochure. ACADEMY OF MUSIC Broad A Locust Sts. Cal Tlckat PhiUKlelphia at 215.893.1999 or buy onahe at wvirw.phiorcti.org The Department of Music at the University ot Permsytvania and Perm Contemporary Music present A concert celebrating the 70th birthday of Puttier Prize winning wmposer DONALD MART1IMO whoae works be performed by David Holzman, piano Tuesday, October 23, 2001 at ftOO pm Admesion tree, general seating, no tickets tequfed. Doors Open at 730 pm Pianissssimo "A landmark of American piano muaic" -The New Worker Fantasies and kriprornptus TSs rrmterpieca'-Oavid Burge, Twentieth Century Piano Muse Suite hi Old Form "A mordant smie at Bach and his Partitas" -The New York Times Twelve Preludes "A miracle of delicacy" -I he Boston Globe Information: 215896-6244 or www.sasajpenn.edumusic Sponsored by ths School of Arts A Sciences at the IMvsrsity of Pennsylvania The Curtis institute of Music 1726 Locust Street, Phladetphia, PA 2001-2002 Season Premiere THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC OTTO-WERNER MUELLER, conductor K)NAlJ)lvmANARO,darinet HINUtMl I H Symphonic Metamorphosis MOZART Clarinet Concerto BRAHMS Symphony No. 2 Sunday, Novmeber 4 at 8 pm; Tickets: $5-$2S For tickets, call Ticket Philadelphia: 215-893-1999 Gala packages available, call 21593-5279 Sponsored by the Lincoln Financial Group Foundation Academy of Music Broad A Locust Streets Cupid A Psychs In the 21st Century, and Naomi, an aft too modem woman youl never forget. ORCHESTRA 2001 James Freeman, Artistic Director MYTH & MADNESS Two One-Act Opera Premieres "SUKEY IN THE DARK" music by Thomas Whitman Libretto by Nathalie Anderson "NAOMI IN THE UVING ROOM" music by Jonathan Holland Libretto by Christopher Durang SAT, OCTOBER 27 8pm SUN, OCTOBER 28 730 pm LANG PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Swa Ihmore College 215-922-2190 www.ondtestra2001.org PENN PRESENTS RUSSIAN STATE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Valery Potyanskl, Music Director Valenttna Usltsa A Denis Matsuey, Pianists Prokoliev's Prano Concerto No. 3 in C Major Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor Shoslakovich's Symphony No. 5 in D minor Sat Oct 27 at 8pm Co-sponsored by WYBc-TV CaN 215-898-3900 www.PENNPresents.org Irvine Auditorium 3401 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA Network for New Music Ensemble With guest guitarist DAVID STAROBIN rabjrkigworklrxernieretbyRkWernick John Carbon; abo music by ESott Carter, Lee Hyti Sunday, October 21, 00 PM InformatlonUckets: 215448-7647 Trinity Center for Urban Life 22nd A Spruce Sts. COMPOSER SERVICES INC. Presents Works by Composers: Daniel Barta Sy Brandon Harry Hewitt Joseph Nocella Juliette Stango Sunday, October 28, 2001, 3 P.M. 215-985-0963 Free Admission Philadelphia Ethical Society 1906 Rtttsnhouss Square, Pttsa, PA THE LADS OF COMEDY! "An Irish-America Comedy RevueP STARRING JOEY CALLAHAN JOHN KENStL ' CHRIS MORRIS and from Good Day Philadelphia GR0VERS1C0X buffet dinner starts 7:00 Show TVns 830 Your Irish Eyes wil ba smUng as your face laughs hysterica! Tickets are $26.00 in advance $30.00 al the door Keenan's Valley View Inn 468 Domino Lana, Phia. 215-483-8065 Ptwadetphia's Original Mystery Theatre CLASS OF '58 Gift Certmcalea Available HonVdouvras, Dinner A Show Frl A SaL MYSTERY THEATRE AT BISTRO ROMANO 120 Lombard Street 215-236-1313 www.bt8troromano.corn nfl,mfl,!.!.:H THEATRE FOR KIDS Share a memorable experience wtth your chid 4-Show Musical Season Inductee Peter PanBoy Who Would Not Grow Up, 128 Schcolhouse Rock Uve, Jr, 22 Laura kngaHs Wider Growing Up on the Prairie, 330 The Mystery of King Tut, 61 Subscrptions are only $21 or $27 ' Cad Now For a Free Color Brochure WALNUT STREET THEATRE 215-574-3550 rthw 1 ZANZIBAR BLUE Presents tonight STACEY KENT Lite a young EHa Fitzgerald with a smattering of Bille Holiday thrown in, her voice stimulates daydreams and evokes revelations for anyone who loves to hear the words. -Coming in November-RON CARTER MARION MEADOWS T. S. MONK Uvs Jazz Seven Nights s Week For reservations A Info 215.732.4500 or visit us vraw.zanzbarbkje.com ZANZIBAR BLUE Broad A Walnut Streets, Philadelphia PENN PRESENTS MARCUS ROBERTS TRIO Hear "From Rags to Rhythm," celebrating the musical traditions of New Ortaansl "The kind of magnificent bands thai any keyboard artist would envy." NY Tines Frl, Oct. 26 at 8pm Co-sponsored by WRTTM Cal 215-898-3900 wwwPENNPresent&org Annenberg Center 3680 Walnut SL Philadelphia, PA Rirtgers-Camden Center for the Arts Gordon Theater presents Sophisticated Ladies Starring Grammy Award Winner CISSY HOUSTON Saturday, November 17,2001 at 8PM Tickets $35-$25 FREE PARKING Box Office: 85&225.6271 Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts 3rd Street, btwn. Cooper A Pearl Sts. Appel Fsnti Presents BEAUSOLEIL Saturday, October 27. 2001 - 8:00PM Tckek $25 advance $28 on the day DR. JOHN Saturday, November 3, 2001 800PM Tickets: $30 advance $33 on the day VisaMastercardDiscover card accepted www.aDpertarm.org Williamstown Performing Arts Center 700 Tuckahoe Road, WUUarmtown, N.J. Cal for TttetsTDtrection: 1-800-394-1211 An Evening With BOB DYLAN and his band Saturday, November 17th at 8.-00 Charge by Phone 215-336-2000 FRST UNION SPECTRUM Broad and Patttson JAY FARRAR with special guests ANDERS PARKER This Friday at fcOO IAN HUNTER with special guest JOHN EDDIE Sunday October 28th at &00 MIDNIGHT OIL with special guests WILL HOGE October 30th at IfcOO CHRIS WHTTlErS ROCKET HOUSE with special guest CHOCOLATE GENIUS Friday, November 2nd at 930 IGGY POP November 6th at &00 SUPER DIAMOND The Neil Diamond Experience Friday, November 9th at ftOO Show Is 21 and Over SUZANNE VEGA Saturday, November 10th at 7:00 For Mo A tickets cal (215) 922-1011 THEATER OF THE UVING ARTS 334 South Street A Christmas to Remember VTJCE GILL AND AMY GRANT featuring NICKEL CREEK RACHAEL LAMPA wtth THE NASHVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Friday, December 7th at 7:30 Charge by Phone (215) 336-2000 Group Tickets (215) 732-1366 FIRST UNION CENTER BROAD AND PATTISON TONIGHT at 7 P.M. ARL0 GUTHRIE BAND SUN, NOV. 11 7 P.M. DW1GHT YOAKAM SUN, NOV. 18 8 7 P.M. JOHN HATT SAT, DEC. 8 8 PJU. J0RMA KAUKONEN & JACKCASSiTJY THE ORIGINAL ACOUSTIC HOT TUNA FRI., DEC. 14 8 P.M. DIAMOND RIO HISTORIC BROADWAY THEATRE 43 S. BROADWAY, PITMAN, NEW JERSEY Tickets at the Box Office, AJ Tlcketmaster (856) 338-9000 (215) 336-2000 JOHANNES STRING QUARTET Oct 29 -7:30 PM $10 S3 The 215-672-1023 - wwwhhef.org Hatboro-Horsham HS 899 Horsham Rd, Horsham Just 3 tries otl PA Tumpfke exit 27 Special Pra-Hattoween Show! "THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW" SUN, OCT. 28, 2 PM, $8 50 Box Office244. Phone-Charge 215-572-7650 wwwJieswidctheatre.com (on-e tickets l-Hr:fc sImjw & concert updates!) KESWICK THEATRE Easton Rd. A Keswick Ave, GJenside, PA Tonight at 8O0! MAXWELL with special guest RES Charge by Phone . 215-336-2000 or 856-338-9000 TWEETER CENTER CAMDEN WATERFRONT NATALIE MERCHANT Monday, November 5th at &30 Charge by Phone (215) 336-2000 or (856) 338-9000 ELECTRIC FACTORY 7th and Willow Peter Nero and the Pifly Pops presents Thanks for the Memories Hear al of your favorite songs as we celebrate Peter Nero's 40th anniversary as a recording artist and say f arewet to the Academy of Music November 9, 10, 11 Tickets starl at usl $19. Group rates available (215) 893-1999 www.phMypopsxom Academy of Music Broad A Locust Streets Torts -7:30 PM! PETER, PAUL & MARY TOGO RUNDGREN - Acoustic! FRL, OCT. 26, 6 PM, $25 A $28 The Reunion Concert! "LIFE ACCORDING TO 6 BrTCHIN' BABES!" CHHISTINh LAVtN - XILt GOLD SUZZY ROCHE -SALLY FtNOERETT DEBI SMITH - CAMtL LE WEST SAT, OCT. 27, 8 PM, $24 60 BOZ SCAGGS WED, OCT. 31, 6 PM, $36 6 $46 JEAN-LUC PONTY LARRY CORYELL'S "COUNTS JAM BAND REUNION" teat. Steve Marcus THURS, NOV. 1, 8 PM, $2750 NATALIE MacMASTER SAT, NOV. 10, 8 PM, $27 .50 JOHN HIATT & THE GONERS FRL NOV. 16, 8PM $2950 & $33 50 ARLO GUTHRIE SAT. NOV. 17, 8 PM, $25 gflox rjffice24-Hr. Phone-Charge 215-572-7650 wwwJceswtcktheatrexom (on-aie tickeiS'FHEE e-ntati concert updates.'! KESWICK THEATRE Easton Rd. A Keswick Ave, GJenside, PA BERNADETTE PETERS in Concert Saturday, November 3, 2001 &O0PM Preferred Seating $90 .00 Reserved Seating $65.00 ki celebration of the installation of Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Phi). For Ticket information CaH 215-887-8700 Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel 8339 OM York Road, EsXins Park, PA An Evening With ROD STEWART This Saturday at 7:301 AEROSMITH with special guest THE CULT Thursday, November 8 at 7:30 Charge by Phone 215-336-2000 or 856-338-9000 FIRST UNION CENTER BROAD AND PATTISON The Opera Oub of GrazieHa's Ristorante Proudly Presents "Your Favorite Broadway Hits" Sunday, October 28th, 2001 at 3 pm Featuring the talents oh BM Mayo and Singers Call 856-854-4816 or fax 856-854-7948 for reservations 10 of the Proceeds to Benefit NYHD & FDNY Graziella's Restaurant 90 Haddon Ave, Westmont, NJ FACE OFF with the TALKING HEADS James Carvflle & John Sununu Honoring Edward Steinman Sunday, October 28, 2001, 7:30 PM Patrons Oub $150 Includes 2 reserved seats A Post Debate Dessert Reception General Admission $36.00 To charge tickets UpStages 215-569-9700 For information caH 215-887-1342 Beth Shotom Congregation 8231 Old York Rd, Elkins Park, PA Opera Company of Phladetphia Donizetti's THE ELIXIR OF LOVE October 19, 21, 24, 26 28 Broadcast on WHYY 91FM Sunday, October 21 at 8 pm Cal Tickets Phladetphia at (215) 883-1999 or visit www.opCTaphirly.corn Academy of Music Broad A Locust Streets Concert Opera Philadelphia Presents: THE WITCHES CAULDRON Concert of seasonal operatic selections and the chamber opera, Savttrl by Gustav Hoist fotowed by a reception! Saturday, October 27, 8.-00 PM SL George Episcopal Church Darby Road at Ardmore Avenue Ardmore, PA Cal COPA 610-789-7002 for Info Great Valley Arts Series presents CENTRAL PARK ST0MPERS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26 -8PM , TICKETS $i5$il$B great valley performing arts center 225 N. PhoenixvMe Pike, Malvern Ha 610-889-2125 ext 2129 or www.gvcef-org A Tribute to Patsy Cline October 20, 21 A 26 Sit down dinner A show $40pp Nunsense Jamboree - a musical November 3rd - 16th Sit down dinner A show $32139 Cal 215-949-8844 Headley Manor Dinner Theatre 1301 Edgety Rd, EdgelyLevltown, PA A seasonal double feature! Now thru Nov. 17 Agatha Christie's. AUBI Wed. A Sun. at 2pm; Frl A SaL at 8pm and beginning Oct 18- TALES FROM POE Thus. A Sun. A Oct 31 at 730pm; Sal at 4pm HEDGEROW THEATRE Near Exit 2 of 1-476 Media 610-565-4211 TODAY at 2 A 7pm Arden Theatre Company presents BABY CASE Michael Ogborn 's new workLf xenwre musical about the Lindbergh Kidnapping! Sponsored by ATAT October 11 - November 11 Arden Theatre Company 40 N. 2nd St CALL 215-922-1122 Order online: www.ardenthe8tre.org P.B.S. Live the Keswick! "ae Stomp' wtth HorJesT "BARRAGE" WED. NOV. 7, 8 PM, $26 & $32 ROBERT MIRABAL "Muse From A Painted Cave" THURS. NOV. 15, 6 PM, $25 & $35 Box 0fflct244r. Phone-Chanje 215-572-7650 wwwJteswKktheatre.com (orrw lekers'T-HtE email concert updates) KESWICK THEATRE Easton Rd. A Keswick Ave, Glensida, PA DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST BROADWAY'S SMASH HTT MUSICAL WED, OCT. 31 - SUN, NOV. 25 Cal TELECHARGE (800) 447-7400 www.tetecnarge.com Groups: (800) 432-7780 ASL PERF. NOV. 17 AT 2 PM FORREST THEATRE 1114 Walnut SL Back by Popular Demand! Final Performance! Have a (Sana treat the Irish Muscat Comedy Hit C. LAFFERTY S WAKE - Frl A SaL 6 PM - Sun. 3 PM AH Seats $30 Great Group Rates - Ful Service Bar Dinner Packages with Downey's Restaurant SOCIETY HILL PLAYHOUSE CABARET 507 S. 8th SL Reservations cal (215) 9234210 FINAL PERFORMANCE! TODAY AT 2 "It's Spectacularr-inquirer C AMI LA A New Musical Sponsored by Harmean Media and Commonweatth Business Media Now through Oct. 21 Tkts $w$55 WALNUT STREET THEATRE 825 Walnut SL Cal 215-574-3550 www.wstonshe.org PENN PRESENTS The New Vic Theatre of London in THE CANTERBURY TALES with Micky O'Donoughue Chaucer's bawdy romp is served up with a wicked sense of merriment ki this hysterically funny production, complete with audkmce participation. Friday, Nov. 16 at 8pm Saturday, Nov. 17 at 2pm ft 8pm Cat) 215-898-3900 www.PENNPresents.org Annenberg Center 3680 Walnut SL Philadelphia, PA Today 2pm WUiam Shakespeare's CYMBELINE Directed by David Howey No late seating. The rltladelphia Shakespeare Festival 2111 Sansom Street, Phia, PA 19103 For tickets and Information cal 215-496-6001 rltladelphia Theatre Company Presents WINNER! 2000 Puttier Prize DINNER WITH FRIENDS By Donald Maroulies Directed by Mary B. Robinson October 12 - November 18 Cal UpStages at 215-569-9700 or visit www.phUlytheatreco.com - Sponsored by HarmeHn Media Plays & Players Theater 1714 Delancey Street "Phsattetphia theatre at its most Imaginative." -TneWstodekHwilnqiarer Mum Puppettheatre presents EQUUS by Peter Shaffer Directed by William Roudebush starring Greg Wood October 24 through November 17 BOX OFFICE: 215425-7686 Order tickets online; www.mumpuppet.org Mum Puppettheatre 115 Arch Street, Old City THE ROAD COMPANY Presents FIDDLER ON THE ROOF October 26, 27: November 2, 3, 9, 10 at 8PM $12 General Adrnisson $10 Senior Citizens and Children Group Rates Avalabte TbriHo 856-262-0649 wwwnadcompanyorn At the Williamstown Middle School 561 Clayton Road, WMamstown, NJ Previews today at 2ttH biterAct Theatre Company presents GOD'S MAN IN TEXAS by David Rambo directed by Seth Rozki October 19 through November 18 Al preview tickets $12! Cal UPSTAGES at 215-569-8700 or visit www.lnterActTheatre.org WOWI EXTENDED TWtCEB I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE! IS COMPLETELY, POSITIVELY SOLD OUTM WHOA! LOOK AT THIS! YOU CAN SEE TWO OF THE PERFORMERS FROM THAT GREAT SHOW IN SEPARATE CABARETS Mollie Hall & Family - November 10, 8 PM Elite Mooney ft Aaron Ramey - November 17, 8 PM ALL TICKETS $15 ACT I PLAYHOUSE 56 E BUTLER AVE. AMBLER, PA 19002 CALL 215-654-0200 THEATRE FOR KIDS Share a memorable experience with your chUdl 4-Show Musical Season inctudet Peter PanBoy Who Would Not Grow Up, 128 Sctwolhouse Rock Live, Jr, 22 Laura Ingalts Wider Growing Up on the Prairie, 330 The Mystery of King Tut, 61 Subscrptions are only $21 or $27 Cal Now For a Free Color Brochure WALNUT STREET THEATRE 215-574-3550 KINGS The New York Musical Saul, David and Solomon . meet the 21st century in this inspiring, upbeat show NOVEMBER 11th, 7 pm Tickets $b0. $55 at door (610) 667-5000 HAR ZION TEMPLE 1500 Hagys Ford Road Perm Valley, PA wwwJiingsthemuiicaLcom FINAL PERFORMANCE! TODAY at 3pm LADY IN THE DARK starring ANDREA MARCOVICCI A revival ot tie glamorous (94 1 musical by Moss Hart, tra Gershwin and Kurt Weill September 29 October 21 Call Upstages at (215) 569-9700 Groups cal (215) 972-1005 Prince Music Theater 1412 Chestnut Street, at Broad SL www.prtncemusictheaier.org TICKETS NOW ON SALE for Lou Rawts in ME & MRS. JONES . A New MuSeCsl November 3-Decernber 9 .' Cal Upstages at (215) 569-9700 Groups cal (215) 972-1005 Prince Music Theater ' 1412 Chestnut Street, at Broad SL www.prirKWriusictheatar.org TICKETS NOW ON SALE MY FAIR LADY . Broadway's Legendary Musical Romance! SrxxaoredbvPIU Casta Nov. 6-Jan. 6 Tkts. $10 $56 i WALNUT STREET THEATRE 825 Walnut SL Cal 215-574-3550 www.wstonlne.org Last Two Performances 00 and 7:30pml PATIENCE By Jason Sherman Directed by Blanka Zizka ".Vivid scenes of characters wtth ' extraordinary vitatny -The Hisdelphia Inquirer Another must see at the WBma-. Please (oh us for an evening of sosdartty and friendship on Friday, October 19 from &30 to 630pm, as the Wilms presents: kVords. VMma & Wre: A Poetry Rearing lo Benelil the September I Ith Fund For more information please cal . the box office at 215-546-7824 The Wilma Theater Broad A Spruce Streets (215) 546-STAGE www.wilmatheater.org TODAY at 2pm Arden Theatre Company presents THE PAVILION High-school sweethearts reunite al their 20th reunion! "The Pavifton is a sparkling jewel ot a play." -The Philadelphia Inquirer September 6 - October 28 Arden Theatre Company 40 N. 2nd St CALL 215-922-1122 ONLINE: wwwjrdentheatre.org Today at 2pm A 7pm PLAYHOUSE CREATURES by April De Angelis It's 1670, King Charles I has Just reopened the theatres hi England and the main box office attractions are - women! October 17 - November 18 610-644-3500 The People's Light A Theatre Company Rt 401 between Rts. 30 A 202, Malvern wwwwoplesaghLorg DAVID SEDARIS November 7th at 8:00 Charge by Phone (215) 336-2000 or (856) 338-9000 VIN AUDITORIUM 3401 Spruce Street PHILADELPHIA THEATRE COMPANY STAGES: NEW PLAY READINGS GUINEVERE by Gins Gionfrxido, Monday 1029 CAROL MULRONEY by Stephen Beta, Monday 115 ANEWfUYtobeantvjuncedMoivtey1112 ; AH Readings at 7 p.m.1 : Pay Wlial You Can Admission ' Reservations Required Cat 215485-1400 xlOI Plays & Players Theater 1714 Delancey Street Today At 2KXX Lantern Theater Co. Presents Through The Looking Glass 1A New View Ot Alcef an original adaptation by Dugald MacArthur October 12 November 11 Special Preview, StudentsSrs. A Group Rates For Tickets CaH 215-829-9002 Lantern Theater Co. at SL Stephen's Theater , 10th A Ludlow Sts. order online: www.lantemtheater.org Trom Harper Lee's Puttzer prize-winning noveT TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD October 11 - 27 Thurs - Sat at 8pm; Sun at 2pm The Players Club of Swarthmore Near Exit 1 of 1-476; Cal 610-328-4271 www.pcstheater.org TONY N' TINA'S WEDDING Back By Popular Demand for the 8th year One or the most successful & imaginative hifs ini orr-oroaoway history Le Smith NY Daily News Corporate Events, Group Discounts, Gift Certlcates, Christmas Parties 215-297-8540 or TtCKETM ASTER wwwjonyandtinaxom VENICE PLAZA 18th A Snyder Avenue - South Phladetphia PENN PRESENTS THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES "A bona fide phenomenon!" NY Times Oct. 30 - Nov. 11 Tues-Sat at 8pm; Sat at 2pm; Sun. at 3pm A 7dri An Event to Benefit WOMENS WAY CaH 215-898-3900 , www.PENNPresents.org 1 Annenberg Center ' 3680 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA , WELCOME HOME, JOEY AMOROSO join me party at Mamma Angelina's Six week nnhri RwJm rVI 9T4I 1 Frl & SaL 8PM Sun. 3PM -ah seats do ureal Group Rates - Ful Service Bar Dinner Packages with Italia nstcrante SOCIETY HILL PLAYHOUSE CABARET 507 S, 8th St 215-923-0210 iVW:iI,MIHI PENN PRESENTS CESARIA EVORA Cape Verdean's "Queen of Moms" an Afro-Portuguese bkiesl -Sunday, Nov. 4 at 7pm YAMATO THE WADAIKO DRUMMERS OF JAPAN Sunday, Nov. 11 at 7pm CaH 215-898-3900 wwwPENNPresentfLorg Irvine Auditorium 3401 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA Lor m w -r . itirafmnjr i

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