Mandell Theater is the primary venue for the College of Media Arts and Design’s Department of Performing Arts. It is a proscenium theater with a maximum seating capacity of 424 people and is handicap accessible. Samuel and Ida Mandell initiated its development for the enjoyment of students and the community. Mandell Theater houses productions by Drexel’s Theater, Dance and Music programs as well as conferences, lectures, professional symposia, and open houses. Events
Two Shakespeare productions a year, every year. Additionally, the Classical Reading Series explores the works of some of those playwrights who were contemporaries of Shakespeare, and those whose works have been profoundly influenced by Shakespeare.
The Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival Youth Ensemble, a company of student actors, grades 9–12, meet Monday evenings from September to June for training and rehearsals with professional actors and artists. Rehearsals will culminate in a full performance of a play in June, cast exclusively with student actors. The program will be free of charge to students who can commit to the yearlong program.
11:30-2am daily. No reservations.
Good times and good food are right around the corner. People watching is the favorite pastime at this tropical neon fantasy bar and grill. Tex Mex food, gourmet burgers and upbeat music make this a hot spot.
Some call it Philadelphia’s premier group for “downtown” new music. Others might say it’s Philadelphia’s only group for modern pieces. In any case, it’s the group that plays, and sometimes commissions, works by such contemporary composers as Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Fred Frith, Robert Ashley, Cynthia Folio, and Kitty Brazleton. They also have a new series at World Cafe Live. Events.
Manfred Fishbeck’s Group Motion has been around ling enough to foster many other dance companies in town.
Friday Night Philly or Philly Regional workshops, email: email@example.com
National movement retreats, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Philadelphia’s newest Gentleman’s Club. Our atmosphere of FUN, FUN, FUN will make this your favorite spot. We feature gorgeous “Show Girls” along with our “Champagne” and “Couch” dance rooms. We have a large bar of fine spirits, as well as our famous luncheon Smorgasbord, complimentary Monday through Friday, noon to 3pm. Tidbits are given during cocktail hour 5-7pm, Monday through Saturday, except holidays. All this for you and your associates to enjoy, 7 days a week from 11:30am to 2am. Also, visit us at our other location on Route 413, Bristol, 1/4-mile of exit 26, Interstate 95.
Shows under the stars, with the stars. There’s a great view of the skyline to the right of the stage, if it’s not too hazy on a summer night. The Philadelphia Orchestra, Pops, jazz and pop series.Get free lawn tickets to see the Philadelphia Orchestra perform on dates in June and July.
The Society sponsors shows all over town, and the yearly Philadelphia Folk Festival, the last weekend of August. Contact them for information on other upcoming shows around town.
A home for theatrical road companies. Also a popular venue for concerts and dance.