WXPN Weekend Arts Crawl…Solo work and Group Motion!

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Philadelphia Dance Projects presents THEN, a collaboration between acclaimed New York choreographer Susan Rethorst and Philadelphia’s Group Motion dance company. Running through January 19 at the Arts Bank, the piece is the finale in a series of events, Susan Rethorst/Moving in Philadelphia 2013-2014.

Gallery 339 presents Thirty-Five Years / 35 Pictures with an opening reception with the artist Friday.  David Graham has focused on themes of American identity throughout his career, and the show offers a photograph for each year of his work.  Through March 15.

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GroundSwell Theater Company offers a 1-Year Anniversary Party & MLK Day of Service Celebration on MLK Day Monday with a performance by Bearded Ladies Cabaret.

Plays and Players presents The Disappearing Quarterback through February 2. This one-man show features former Eagles starting quarterback Mike Boryla discussing his sudden disappearance from football following the 1978 season.

And there’s more…

One last look at fashions inspired by Grace Kelly before From Philadelphia to Monaco:GRACE KELLY returns to Monaco after its only U.S. destination at the Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, with Kelly-inspired fashions from the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator at Macy’s. Through January 26th with a special closing event on Monday the 27th.

Five Minute Follies welcomes a range of performers to the Adrienne Sunday for a family friendly variety show featuring renowned magician Anthony Salazar.

EAR Fuzz, presented by Plays and Players, gives audiences a glimpse behind the scenes of artistic production. Monday’s show features two emerging playwrights and actors trying new styles, methods and forms.

Sunday the Bryn Mawr Film Institute presents a Live Simulcast of Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet performing George Balanchine’s classic Jewels. Jewels features music by Gabriel Fauré, Igor Stravinsky and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.