The last big Whitman at 200 event was Oscar Visits Walt, a musical play about the meeting of two gay poets, Oscar Wilde and Walt Whitman.
This book invites readers into the world of ballet, and reminds us what it takes us to truly live our lives for a love.
What can we learn from our misadventures?
Flash fiction has established itself as a literary genre whose popularity only grows as our attention span shrinks
The best showcase for new performing arts in Philadelphia gets Revolutionary with an evening of beer and performance at Cliveden
We sat down with Morriah to discuss her utopian artscape, feminism, boob-themed carnival games, and Beyonce.
Thom Nickels is the go-to person for Philadelphia architecture, gay Philadelphia, and now, literary Philadelphia.
The Taliban Shuffle, WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT, and other wartime dance crazes: Interview with writer Kim Barker
The NYTimes reporter behind Tina Fey’s new movie talks to Phindie about her work.
Interviews with fifteen of Philadelphia’s noted contemporary playwrights give insights into the city’s flourishing theater community.
“The greatness of . . . people lies in how they got from their squalor—real or perceived—and became artists.”