PHILADANCO presents a Christopher Higgins Tribute, honoring the renowned choreographer with four performances of some of his best known work, Friday through Sunday, at the Kimmel Center‘s Perelman Theater.
Legendary comedy troupe The Second City is performing its Nut Cracking Holiday Revue at the Sellersville Theatre on Sunday. Chicago’s Second City has been the starting point for Tina Fey, Bill Murray, Stephen Colbert and others. The revue captures the magic and mayhem of the holiday season with both new and classic songs and sketches.
Puppet Uprising is hosting its 14th Annual Year-End Cabaret & Cheap Art Bazaar at the Rotunda Friday and Saturday. The Cabaret features puppeteers, musicians and performers from all over the East Coast and affordable works from local visual artists.
Gerald Charles Dickens, the great-grandson of Charles Dickens, is performing his one-man stage adaptation of A Christmas Carol Friday and Saturday. Part of an annual tradition, the performance is presented by Byers’ Choice at their theatre in Chalfont, Pennsylvania.
The Fleisher Art Memorial opens Barbarism on (First) Friday through January 31. The show, created by Sarah Secunda and Rebecca Katherine Hirsch, was a winner of Fleisher’s annual juried Wind Challenge competition and explores social hierarchies through multimedia. Continue reading