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Arts and culture in Philadelphia and beyond. Join EIC @Writer_Alaina_J and BSR staff in conversation here and on Facebook: http://t.co/3agGdqYvvZ

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Around the world and especially in the US, women are still campaigning for #equality. A livestreamed panel discussi… https://t.co/FnmYwdDoS6Philadelphia’s Renaissance town band @PiffaroRenBand takes its music out of the concert hall into a modern version… https://t.co/9AgJyI1pqz
10/29
2020
‘Nomadland’ launched the 29th annual Philadelphia Film Festival's hybrid presentation, with a showing at the PFS Dr… https://t.co/xqXKMZZ0cRWalter Wallace should still be alive today! If you are able, please donate to his family’s GoFundMe page as well as… https://t.co/Eg3LXq6yoS
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewThe adaptation of the 2016 novel ‘Lovecraft Country’ tackles #racism during the Jim Crow era with #sciencefiction,… https://t.co/ZZtQuAYaujIn a new exhibition at @Arthur_Ross , also available to experience digitally, four artists dig deep into contempora… https://t.co/kBjlezjXSyAdult artists are not the only ones coping with a radically changed world. At Philly’s @CAPAHighPhilly, the next ge… https://t.co/7tA1jomxiuAnother stellar piece of writing from @KyleLiterally. "#LovecraftCountry is a painfully revitalizing series that co… https://t.co/4tRkosFPA4
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewWe hear YOU! October letters from our readers: https://t.co/OYtUveBuoF https://t.co/PSWbM0y5PhIn #Philadelphia writer @courtneyphunter’s debut novel, 24 participants enter an experiment to determine who among… https://t.co/5y8G5PebB3#BSRLoveWednesday Editors' Pick~ The building that gave birth to the legendary Philadelphia sound moves one step cl… https://t.co/NTa7JdPxXIShare the #BSRLoveWednesday today...BSR shares new perspectives & fresh voices on arts, culture & community. Which… https://t.co/LvnRkrqix6Philadelphia Artists’ Collective presents a sharp digital staging of ‘Trouble in Mind,’ a much-revered but underpro… https://t.co/K36VkvmLbbThis year's 29th annual @PhillyFilmFest brings more festival darlings along with some truly unique offerings.… https://t.co/Q66aB6S8AHMake yourself a warming drink, turn down the lights, turn on a device, and settle in for chilling weekly fun, as th… https://t.co/58SUprkM0T.@EgoPoTheater's ‘Emily’ brings #theater to your mailbox, and reconsiders the life and legacy of Emily Dickinson in… https://t.co/61vim7SVvH
10/28
2020
Two years ago today, 11 people were murdered at @treeoflifepgh. We remember them & their loved ones – and we emphat… https://t.co/auIZzWdapt
Retweeted by Broad Street Review"Escapism is not for us." Some musings on the impression #LovecraftCountry left on me, and how it's been therapeut… https://t.co/0v1IRe3OZN
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewGreat article, Isabel- https://t.co/wjiunUham2We agree! https://t.co/HJDIwsoLw5"The history observed here digs into the growth of a country and a people who had to bounce back from one of the mo… https://t.co/JznZeYDx4WTemple University presents Katya Stanislavskaya's song cycle that looks at the many ways women love.… https://t.co/pBICUq7SX3Any serious Philly #arts fan knows by now that local companies and venues aren’t sitting out the #pandemic. But big… https://t.co/3aNogAQltM‘Nomadland’ launched the 29th annual Philadelphia Film Festival's hybrid presentation, with a showing at the PFS Dr… https://t.co/gVvE2A0zN4Stylishly produced and eminently thoughtful, ‘Lawrence Brownlee & Friends in Philadelphia’ sets a high bar for the… https://t.co/Ir63CSZTriIn a new exhibition at @Arthur_Ross , also available to experience digitally, four artists dig deep into contempora… https://t.co/PMf3NknmhzBringing you Philly-centric #music #documentaries to binge on YouTube: https://t.co/nfDgIVH4FX https://t.co/serMqcGgxO
10/27
2020
"Screw your courage to the sticking place, clear out two hours, and go have a listen..." Berkeley Rep presents ‘It… https://t.co/S3UGpQ1Sj7.@OperaPhila is back — digitally, at least, for now. Read about it from me at @broadstreview https://t.co/L3bal9KrwO
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewIn a bleak conformist city where nothing seemed to change, lately everything has changed. The fiercely brilliant cr… https://t.co/TiEtiXfQOm‘The Museum of Whales You Will Never See’ is an ethereal look at seven unusual #museums in Iceland, and what they t… https://t.co/vCtp1sm0mZ"Wilkins’s poignant story forces its audience to face the reality of racism and the oppressiveness of our society's… https://t.co/3weTQJVTjFHere's my review of NOMADLAND, which played Friday at #PFF29, for @broadstreview https://t.co/SazkugsvLU @philafcc
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewThe BSR Team brings you new stories & fresh voices and perspectives on #Philly arts, culture & community. Sign up… https://t.co/NapPdUnGVn"...it was a treat to view the dancers from multiple angles instead of just one, and to be able to see their faces… https://t.co/OUup8RugtrVirtual tours, presentations, podcasts, and more from @ConstitutionCtr have been instrumental in understanding Amer… https://t.co/CumAn5vQOwThe Marian Anderson Collection at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries is digitized and ready to be accessed by… https://t.co/Jk9k840TGwWHITE TEARS/BROWN SCARS is “essential for anyone interested in the education and accountability necessary to fight… https://t.co/9sxNBTJSkb
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewWelcome to What's New, What's Next (WNWN), Broad Street Review's curated guide to current and coming events. Check… https://t.co/geG2Nmriv2
10/26
2020
Any serious Philly #arts fan knows by now that local companies and venues aren’t sitting out the #pandemic. But big… https://t.co/VfgwZq1cV8Two performances explore #dance during pandemic for the #PhillyFringe2020. Artist House/Asya Zlatina + Dancers and… https://t.co/fbFzvK8OKfA new all-digital #theater group concludes its inaugural season with Pravin Wilkins’s ‘BARS,’ which follows charact… https://t.co/GT1nfoJb1lWhy I love it when teenagers push back: one teacher’s politics in a 2020 classroom... Classrooms change and we shou… https://t.co/ujFQ63cWnjInterested in #writing for BSR? Check out our Guidelines for Writers: https://t.co/gAL9qwRbZZ #amwriting #WritingCommnunity#BookReview~ Ruby Hamad’s debut book, ‘White Tears/Brown Scars: How White Feminism Betrays Women of Color,’ is a pr… https://t.co/JosRryMOE9#Film Preview~ @martarusek shares highlights of the 2020 Philadelphia Festival: https://t.co/gnhYTFvTjY #PFF29 https://t.co/YMMPVZNy0Q#Democracy is never finished... @AmRevMuseum presents ‘World Affairs and the Enduring American Revolution: Women’s… https://t.co/s7wOW4YZcA#Dance Review from @baconsmith2: @BalletX presents four world premieres on film for its new subscription series… https://t.co/bQPI7F89Mz
10/25
2020
On the #BSR Podcast~ @DarnelleRadford talks about 'Welcome to the Shiva House', a #PhillyFringe2020 play that combi… https://t.co/TI1riA9sAIDo lyrics serve the music, or vice versa? Sometimes, in pop music, you don’t have to decide. Listen to Kile Smith e… https://t.co/f8KgKVAmkM"The #poetry in 'Returning a Borrowed Tongue' investigates the ways Filipinos can feel existentially misplaced in a… https://t.co/qyQFfgYJtBHere’s why you aren’t seeing articles about Trump in BSR this #election season... Just in case it needs to be said:… https://t.co/ZgqP2Yvpye.@EgoPoTheater's ‘Emily’ brings #theater to your mailbox, and reconsiders the life and legacy of Emily Dickinson in… https://t.co/hsNaIrfiLuLooking for a fun, safe #movie experience? #Cinephile Kelly Conrad takes us to the #driveInmovie experience near th… https://t.co/jtZ6YCR3p4Great insights! https://t.co/ms5XdpU9FmThrough 10/25~ In ‘Zoo Motel,’ the latest theatrical presentation for the pandemic age, Thaddeus Phillips brings hi… https://t.co/PM0cPiR6OyThe first Da Vinci Fest Live arrives, a cabaret featuring @oureric and other @TheatreExile friends, #jazz with Anne… https://t.co/pLEs2Db1LYThis weekend, @TempestadiMare will present two outdoor chamber music concerts on the grounds of the Awbury Arboretu… https://t.co/QDwUHojKop‘The Museum of Whales You Will Never See’ is an ethereal look at seven unusual museums in Iceland, and what they te… https://t.co/LFUoDH6TR8
10/24
2020
Pam Tanowitz Dance’s Philadelphia premiere combines elegance with immediacy in a virtual performance:… https://t.co/kgl5Z0NcLj"Online performances have quickly become the norm during the coronavirus pandemic, and Four Walls Theater, a new al… https://t.co/TnmeOrHiH9What are you #reading this weekend? Check out BSR's #bookreview section~lots of great choices that you may have not… https://t.co/RPQIuuUrN7Da Vinci Fest, ‘Crossing Genres’, ‘Cabaret of the Exiled’ and more this #weekend in #Philly:… https://t.co/EHYVRRbIqM.@MichelleNWrites absorbed a commitment to neutrality during her own #education as a #teacher. But here’s why she’s… https://t.co/oqDCTNgLquComing up in #Philly #music~ @TempestadiMare conducts a live Baroque chamber music concert at the Awbury Arboretum:… https://t.co/zSlKB8JA4t#Film Preview~ @martarusek shares highlights of the 2020 Philadelphia Festival, starting today,10/23:… https://t.co/gi5Y8z3EXeAround the world and especially in the US, women are still campaigning for #equality. A livestreamed panel discussi… https://t.co/5ScfFco3x1WHITE TEARS/BROWN SCARS is “essential for anyone interested in the education and accountability necessary to fight… https://t.co/oMyXDlbI6J
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10/23
2020
#BookReview~ Ruby Hamad’s debut book, ‘White Tears/Brown Scars: How White Feminism Betrays Women of Color,’ is a pr… https://t.co/GKcW5wSkERHere’s why everybody should watch FX’s ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ @Mina_Reinck on My favorite murderers:… https://t.co/Si9oKHipNQMake yourself a warming drink, turn down the lights, turn on a device, and settle in for chilling weekly fun, as th… https://t.co/kbaupFZTjgAny serious Philly #arts fan knows by now that local companies and venues aren’t sitting out the #pandemic. But big… https://t.co/l1YEkIIoszThe first Da Vinci Fest Live arrives, a cabaret featuring @oureric and other @TheatreExile friends, #jazz with Anne… https://t.co/8AxQmNIZQsWhen do music and words become art? Here’s a top 10 from composer @KileSmithMusic: https://t.co/VE7Kcv8zbe https://t.co/d3CeniLJiL"Emily, the theater-through-mail event crafted by Philadelphia artists Brenna Geffers and Natalia de la Torre, seek… https://t.co/qXqgp3J1TPIf you're looking for ways to continue engaging in the arts on a local level, @broadstreview is a great resource! https://t.co/m3eoetZpe4
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewTONIGHT~ @TheWilmaTheater puts on a one-night-only show where the audience makes their judgment on a young woman’s… https://t.co/j81XsK21F2Coming up in #Philly #music~ @TempestadiMare conducts a live Baroque chamber music concert at the Awbury Arboretum:… https://t.co/0UOostFnXLSo thankful for this review and how much four walls has been able to accomplish this year! https://t.co/HjRhRD3H11
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewPam Tanowitz Dance’s Philadelphia premiere combines elegance with immediacy in a virtual performance:… https://t.co/T7GS3OOi9Q
10/22
2020
Around the world and especially in the US, women are still campaigning for #equality. A livestreamed panel discussi… https://t.co/7MniHRaWSuBerkeley Rep presents ‘It Can’t Happen Here,’ a radio play streaming nationwide... It’s already happening here:… https://t.co/f9JjUpkWAw“If you have not yet tried livestreaming dance, I recommend the Annenberg’s events." We thank @broadstreview's Meli… https://t.co/GMQ7jtEleW
Retweeted by Broad Street Review.@EgoPoTheater's ‘Emily’ brings #theater to your mailbox, and reconsiders the life and legacy of Emily Dickinson in… https://t.co/hznyNwA7ij#BSRLoveWednesday Editors' Pick~ @martarusek shares highlights of the 2020 Philadelphia #Film Festival, starting th… https://t.co/oeLNV6iHjRBehind the scenes: How did these three #Philly arts-makers pivot to digital? A brave new season, coming to a screen… https://t.co/JD0VlIdovb#BookReview~ Ruby Hamad’s debut book, ‘White Tears/Brown Scars: How White Feminism Betrays Women of Color,’ is a pr… https://t.co/8QKhqg6d6cShare the #BSRLoveWednesday today...BSR shares new perspectives & fresh voices on arts, culture & community. Which… https://t.co/v61k5jEk23#BookReview--‘The Museum of Whales You Will Never See’ by A. Kendra Greene What do #museums mean?… https://t.co/x2bGggQmXiA new all-digital #theater group concludes its inaugural season with Pravin Wilkins’s ‘BARS,’ which follows charact… https://t.co/ispKXJkpkmIn a bleak conformist city where nothing seemed to change, lately everything has changed. The fiercely brilliant cr… https://t.co/RbrBOvPvn5
10/21
2020
Make yourself a warming drink, turn down the lights, turn on a device, and settle in for chilling weekly fun, as th… https://t.co/G3Wy2Se7PnDid you miss last week's panel discussion exploring women's rights and political participation from the 1770s to to… https://t.co/GnZ5tFLAQ0
Retweeted by Broad Street Review"The #poetry in 'Returning a Borrowed Tongue' investigates the ways Filipinos can feel existentially misplaced in a… https://t.co/xGOKwCTIWZ.@MichelleNWrites absorbed a commitment to neutrality during her own #education as a #teacher. But here’s why she’s… https://t.co/LstUktwImR"At Broad Street Review, we want to keep offering consistent, insightful #arts and culture coverage that you can ac… https://t.co/gaafh519sXAccolades for @philorch's Center-supported collaboration with @refikanadol. https://t.co/LJUV6mguax
Retweeted by Broad Street ReviewGreat article, Kile! https://t.co/cxK5jBChwSPam Tanowitz Dance’s Philadelphia premiere combines elegance with immediacy in a virtual performance:… https://t.co/uJkOAZgxJJAround the world and especially in the US, women are still campaigning for #equality. A livestreamed panel discussi… https://t.co/TTwJd0XgyM
10/20
2020

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