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November 30 – December 6, 2016

String Quartet Well-Strung Fuses Pop An Evening with Christine and Classical Music in Holiday Show Havrilla in Lansdowne “A Well-Strung Christmas” at the Perelman Theater December 8, 2016 show is directed by Richard Jay-Alexander, who recently directed Barbra Streisand’s latest concert tour, and Kristin Chenoweth on Broadway this month. New York City-based string quartet Well-Strung presents “A Well-Strung Christmas,” on Thursday, Dec. 8, at 8 p.m. in the Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Photo/John Barrois

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Wolf PAC’s “The Velveteen Rabbit” Page 11 he Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts kicks off the holiday season with New York City-based string quartet Well-Strung. The group, which has gained mainstream fame in recent years after appearances on programs including “TODAY” and “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” will present their holiday show, “A Well-Strung Christmas,” on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 8 p.m. in the Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Well-Strung was created by producer Mark Cortale and violinist Chris Marchant. The

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“This is an exceptional performance to kick-start our Holiday programming at the Kimmel Center – a perfect fusion of talent, popular music, and the classics,” said Anne Ewers, President and CEO of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. “Well-Strung has truly created their own niche through their unique sound and we are thrilled to welcome them to the Kimmel Center, introducing new fans to the group.” Well-Strung quartet members Edmund Bagnell (1st violin), Chris Marchant (2nd violin), Daniel Shevlin (cello), and Trevor Wadleigh (viola) blend their vocals and strings, fusing classical works with pop songs of today. In addition to performing live and creating entertaining music videos, Well-Strung enjoys See “A Well-Strung Christmas” on page 4

The Lansdowne Folk Club presents an evening with Christine Havrilla (shown) and special guest Sasha Greendyk on Thursday, December 8. Photo/Sharon Gray Photography he Lansdowne Folk Club presents an evening with Christine Havrilla and special guest Sasha Greendyk on Thursday, December 8. Held at the Twentieth Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne, PA. Doors open at 7 p.m. and show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $17 when purchased in advance online or with an advanced phone reservation and $20 without an advance reservation. Freshly prepared dinner and desserts will be available for an additional cost. Parking is available on the street and at the SEPTA train station approximately one block away. For

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November 30 - December 17, 2016 at Broad Street Ministries hiladelphia Artists’ Collective presents William Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well” from November 30 to December 17, 2016 at Broad Street Ministry (315 S. Broad St.). Helena can heal an ailing king, outwit any man, travel across countries, and defy death itself. But she can’t make Bertram love her. In this rarelyproduced late play of William Shakespeare, the comedy seems bittersweet, and the laughter melancholic. In love, and in life, there are no truly happy endings. Dan Hodge directs a cast featuring Damon Bonetti as Parolles, the foolish rogue. The ensemble cast of familiar faces and new talent also includes Monroe Barrick, Damon Bonetti, Akeem Davis, Joel Guerrero, Donovan Lockett, John Lopes, Brian McCann, Laural Merlington, Kirsten Quinn, Melanie Stefan-Watts. Previews for “All’s Well That Ends Well” begin on Wednesday, November 30, with opening night on Fri-

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day, December 1, 2016. The show runs for a total of 13 performances through Saturday, December 17, 2016. All shows are at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $25 (or $15 with student identification or under 25) by calling 215-551-1543 or visiting www.philartistscollective.org. Philadelphia Artists’ Collective presents William Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well” from November 30 to December 17, 2016 at Broad Street Ministry, 315 S. Broad Street, in Philadelphia. Photo/Wide Eyed Studios “All’s Well” was written between 1604 and 1605, and was originally published in the First Folio in 1623. Though originally the play was classified as one of Shake speare’s comedies, the play is now considered by some critics to be one of his problem plays, so named because they cannot be neatly See “All’s Well That Ends Well” page 4


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EVEN MORE EVENTS First-Friday Film See free first-Friday film “Where Do We Go Now?” at the Peace Center of Delaware County, December 2, at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. “Where Do We Go Now?” is a drama/comedy about Muslim and Christian women living together in an isolated Lebanese village who conspire together to keep their blowhard menfolk from being caught up in the region's surrounding violence. Peppered throughout with earthy, village humor and quirky, human situations, “Where Do We Go Now?” delivers its antiwar message with a knowing smile, leaving you with a sense of the wry foolishness and tragedy of war. “Where Do We Go Now?” was a huge success in the Middle East, winning multiple awards on the world stage. But in the United States, it barely caused a ripple of interest. Don’t miss this chance to see a gem of a film about faith, hope, and love. In Arabic, with English subtitles. “Where Do We Go Now?,” 2011. 110 min. Rated PG-13 for thematic drug material, some sensuality, violent images. Director: Nadine Labaki. Writers: Thomas Bidegain, Rodney El Haddad. Co-sponsored by the Brandywine Peace Community. For directions to the Peace Center of Delaware County and info, visit www.delcopeacecenter.org or call 484-574-1148. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for light refreshments.

“Natural Impressions” by Linda Dubin Garfield

WPCA Holiday Fair Shop for the season at the WPCA Holiday Fair. Saturday, December 3, 2016, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. at The Paul Robeson House, 4951 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19139. Find Wreaths, swag, cards, crafts, Mary Kay products, baked goods and more! For information, call 215-747-4675.

Free Horse and Carriage Rides In Ocean City, NJ, enjoy Free Horse and Carriage Rides from noon to 3 p.m. starting in front of City Hall on the following dates: December 34, 10-11, 17-18. Call 1-800-BEACH-NJ for information.

“Freethought and Free Press in Trump Times” Program As political uncertainty clouds the horizon, how should freethinkers and humanists prepare for Trump times? Hugh Taft-Morales, Leader, Philadelphia Ethical Society, will reflect on this concern in “Freethought and Free Press in Trump Times,” at 11 a.m., Sunday, December 4, at 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square. Following the meeting, the Ethical Society will decorate the annual Tree of Knowledge with ornaments depicting books – some controversial – that have shaped our thinking over time. The tree will remain in the lobby through New Year’s. All are welcome to the program and following coffee hour and discussion. For information, contact the Society at office@phillyethics.org or 215-735-3456 or visit the Ethical Society website at www.phillyethics.org. Free street parking by permit available on arrival. The Philadelphia Ethical Society offers a children’s Sunday program on ethics for ages 5-13 at 11 a.m. Childcare can also be provided for younger children with at least two days’ prior notice. For info and to register, contact Nick Sanders, nick@phillyethics.org.

“Why Not Socialism?” at Ethical Society In “Why Not Socialism?” Joseph Schwartz, Temple U political science professor, award winning author, and progressive activist will explore whether socialism is a viable answer to inequality and other problems of 21st century American capitalism, with host Hugh Taft-Morales at 7 p.m., Monday, December 5, at the Philadelphia Ethical Society, 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square. During a Q&A, the audience is invited to ask questions concerning the increasingly unpredictable future of our country. The program, is free and open to the public.

Marple Chapter of ORT America Luncheon Meeting The Marple Chapter of ORT AMERICA (Organization for Educational Resources and Technological Training) will hold a luncheon meeting on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at 11 a.m. at Beth-El Ner Tamid Synagogue, Broomall, PA. The program will be Pearl Harbor Day and will be presented by a real Rosie the Riveter, June Robbins. Cost is $18 per person. For reservations call 484-413-2260.

Main Line Art Center, 746 Panmure Road in Haverford, PA, will feature “Natural Impressions,” works on paper inspired by nature and travel by Linda Dubin Garfield, in its Welcome Gallery from December 1 - 18, 2016. The public is invited to an Artist’s Reception on Sunday, December 11, 12- 2 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Shown is “Garden of Memories,” monotype by Linda Dubin Garfield. Visit www.lindadubingarfield.com for information. day, December 9 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday, December 10 from 12 noon to 10 p.m. The show will be held at The Factory, located at 13 Fern Avenue in Collingswood, NJ, just two blocks from Patco’s Collingswood station. Additionally, the holiday show will feature live music. Singer/songwriter Sara O’Brien will perform on Friday, December 9 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Keep the Change, a rock and roll band, will perform on Saturday, December 10 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Finally, on Saturday, December 10 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., She Hates Me will perform a variety of songs, including jazz standards and eighties pop. Beverage and food services will be provided by Revolution Coffee Roasters, which operates within The Factory, and Sift Bake Shop, located in Haddon Township. Learn more about the artists participating in the show and see images of their work at www.artwithinreachnj.com, and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArtWithinReach.

Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church Hosts Weekly Wednesday Night Dinners Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church hosts weekly dinners on Wednesdays that are open to the community from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in Congregational Hall. No reservations required. The meals, prepared by chef Ruth Johnson, are served until 6:45 p.m. The dinners cost $8 for adults and $5 for children or students. Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church (BMPC) is located at 625 Montgomery Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA. For menu information, visit www.bmpc.org or call 610-525-2821.

Holiday Musical Light Show in The Quarter

Tropicana’s traditional 35-foot holiday tree is back to celebrate the holiday season featuring a free Holiday Musical Light Show in The Quarter, in Atlantic City, NJ. Families will love the stunning holiday décor and music, with the marvelous 35-foot tree in the center of it all. Adding to the festive décor is Tropicana’s famed 25-foot Poinsettia Tree located in Palm Walk. This not-to-be-missed experience combines interactive lights with an inspiring array of beloved holiday classical musical selections. Art Within Reach Holiday Sale Daily shows began November 21 and run through January 3, presentArt Within Reach presents its annual holiday show featuring an array of ed every hour on the hour, from noon until 10 p.m. Monday - Thursday and handmade items, including clay, drawing, glass, jewelry, leather, mixed noon until midnight Friday - Sunday. media, mosaics, painting, photography, and wood. Show hours are FriSAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS

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their way through six films, of which “The Thin Man” is the first. Prior to the screening, order up a martini provided by Philadelphia Distilling, included with the price of admission. Highballs and cocktails – are one per customer. “The Thin Man” will show on Wednesday, December 7 at 7 p.m. on a 35mm print. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $12 for BMFI members. One martini made with Bluecoat Gin or Penn 1681 Vodka, provided by Philadelphia Distilling, is included with the price of admission. Additional cocktails can be purchased with cash only. Drinks will be served starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are available through BrynMawrFilm.org or at the Box Office during operating Raise a glass this holiday season during a screening of “The Thin Man” at BMFI December 7. hours. BMFI is located at 824 Each ticket to the film comes with one martini—so guests can drink along with their favorite W. Lancaster Avenue in Bryn detective team in this Christmastime crime comedy. Shown is a scene from “The Thin Man.” Mawr, PA. Bryn Mawr Film Institute aise a glass this holiday season with Nick and Nora dur- (BMFI) is a nonprofit, member-supported motion picture ing “The Thin Man” at BMFI! Each ticket to the film comes theater and film education center located in Bryn Mawr, PA, with one martini so guests can drink along with their favorite in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. BMFI is dedicated to detective team in this Christmastime crime comedy. promoting shared experiences that entertain, engage, and William Powell and Myrna Loy are top-shelf as Nick and educate audiences through a diverse range of independentNora Charles, a perpetually tipsy married duo working on a minded films, a full curriculum of courses, and an extensive murder case (and a case of scotch!) in this fast-paced com- program of special events. This year, Bryn Mawr Film Instiedy based on the novel by Dashiell Hammett. Along with tute celebrates the 90th Anniversary of its historic theater their faithful dog Asta, this witty pair drank and sleuthed building.

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“J EWISH I NDIANA J ONES ” TO W EIGH IN ON UNESCO T EMPLE M OUNT C ONTROVERSY NESCO’s resolution regarding the Temple Mount has sparked a furor of indignation from individuals and groups who were horrified to discover that the Jewish People’s millennia-long connection to the site was largely ignored by the international group. Chabad of Penn Wynne and the Kaiserman JCC invite the public to a definitive presentation by archeologist and scholar, Rabbi Avrohom Stolik. Hailed as “the Jewish Indiana Jones,” Stolik provides a well researched and thoroughly engaging exhibition of the historical evidence of the Jewish People’s continuous connection to the city that dates back at least to the days of David and Solomon. “In recent years, archaeological discoveries in the ancient city of Jerusalem and throughout the Land of Israel have uncovered key findings that present a powerful and convincing case for the biblical narrative and for the Jewish claim to

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Israel,” said Rabbi Moshe Brennan, director of Chabad of Penn Wynne. Stolik has received wide acclaim as a biblical archaeological scholar. In the presentation, he will share his extensive knowledge of Jewish history, biblical analysis and his passion for archaeology. The unique presentation will include imagery, diagrams and videos that can benefit anyone, whether he or she has been to Israel before or has any background in history or archaeology. “This is a unique opportunity for people to learn facts on the ground—and underground.” Stolik will present at the Kaiserman JCC 45 Haverford Road, Wynnewood, PA 19096 on Monday, December 5, at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Reser vations can be made at www.chabadpennwynne.org/jerusalem.

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The Stagecrafters Presents Bruce Norris’s Bracing Examination of Contemporary Social Tensions

“CLYBOURNE PARK” Race, class, and real estate are the targets of this satirical comedy inspired by Lorraine Hansberry’s ground-breaking “A Raisin in the Sun.” – CONTINUING –

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reservations, advance ticket sales or info, visit www.folkclub.org, email Lfolkclub@gmail.com or call 484-466-6213. Only cash is accepted at the door. Self-taught from the age of 5 and growing up with a musical family, Christine Havrilla wins crowds over wherever she goes with her musical innovation, heartfelt lyrics, and her guitar a mere extension of herself. She has seven studio albums, five EPs, and over 15 years of touring under her belt, and continues to venture out showcasing ALL of her music with new twists. After an inspirational time of being based in Portland, Oregon, Christine is once again back in the Philly area and performing in venues such as the Tin Angel, World Café Live, Steel City Coffee House, Godfrey Daniels, Jammin’ Java, Burlap and Bean, Triumph Brewing Company, Rockwood Music Hall, Club Passim, to name a few. Joining her at the Lansdowne Folk Club will be long-time musical partner Gretchen Schulz. Check out Christine at www.christinehavrilla.com.

Shalshelet International Jewish Music Concert

Opening the show is Sasha Greendyk. Sasha has been playing music for as long as she can remember. Playing both guitar and piano, she has been writing songs since high school and has played them at coffeehouse events with musical friends as well as solo. She graduated from New York University in May of 2016 where she continued to hone her songwriting skills and played a few shows with friends. Currently she plays and writes music with her friend Charlotte Higgins, recording videos of their original songs and covers. While Sasha is still an upcoming musician, she hopes to continue writing music and produce high quality recordings in the future. The Lansdowne Folk Club, founded in 1993, is a 501(c) (3) all volunteer non-profit corporation dedicated to presenting folk, acoustic and blues music. Friend Lansdowne Folk Club on Facebook. Visit www.folkclub.org for the 2017 concerts.

experimental and memorable. This concert takes place on December 4 Main Line Reform Temple (MLRT) presents this concert that is open to at 4 p.m. $10 at the door. MLRT located at 410 Montgomery Avenue, Wynnethe public. Contemporary Jewish music at the most important modern- wood, PA 19096. Plenty of free parking and a short stroll from the 44 bus day Festival of its kind. Performers and composers from all over the world stop. No advance registration needed, simply pay at the door on the day join together in an unforgettable afternoon of Jewish music at its most of the concert. All are welcome.

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classified as tragedy or comedy. The production of “All’s Well” keeps in line with the PAC’s mission of creating unique theatrical events that celebrate our humanity; through the lens of rare classical theatre, and through multidisciplinary collaboration. All PAC plays are staged with engaging and visceral clarity, presenting classical stories full of human complexity that bring audiences to the edge of their seats. By collaborating with artists from other disciplines PAC seeks to encourage the development of a common vocabulary, and to promote arts awareness in the Philadelphia community. The Philadelphia Artists’ Collective will focus its entire 2016-2017 season with works from the 1600s staring with Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well” and concluding with revenge tragedy “The White Devil” by English playwright John Webster from May 3 - 20, 2017. “The White Devil” will be the last play performed by PAC in their current home at Broad Street Ministry. Look for news of a new home for PAC for the 2017-2018 season!

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working with students and children interested in music. The quartet performs for school classes, provides insider information about the music industry, and fields questions from the students. Other upcoming performances on the Kimmel Center Campus include “Mannheim Steamroller: Christmas by Chip David” (December 3, 2016, Academy of Music), “A Soulful Christmas” (December 13, 2016, Verizon Hall), and “Mamma Mia!” (December 27 - 31, 2016, Merriam Theater). Tickets are available now and start at $29. Tickets can be purchased by calling 215-893-1999, online at www.kimmelcenter.org, or at the Kimmel Center Box Office. Group sales are available for groups of 10 or more and can be purchased by calling 215-790-5883.

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“Clybourne Park” Performances at The Stagecrafters lybourne Park,” a bracing examination of contemporary social tensions, opened at The Stagecrafters on Friday, November 25, 2016. Race, class, and real estate are the targets of this satirical comedy inspired by Lorraine Hansberry’s ground-breaking “A Raisin in the Sun.” In 1959 an allwhite community tries unsuccessfully to head off the sale of a house to an African-American family … what happens when, fifty years later, the same house, now in the neighborhood turned largely black, is being sold to a white family?! This clever, darkly funny, and insightful play has enjoyed critical and commercial success on both sides of the Atlantic, winning the theatrical ‘triple crown’: the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the Olivier Award for ‘Best New Play’ (London, 2011), and the Tony Award for Best Play (New York, 2012).

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At The Stagecrafters see Michael Brinckman and Patrick Cathcart in “Clybourne Park,” a bracing examination of contemporary social tensions. Photo/Sara Stewart Bruce Norris (b. 1960), actor and author of some dozen plays, is associated with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, which has produced the seven most recent of his plays, including “Clybourne Park.” It premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in February, 2010, and opened on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre in April, 2012. The play was also produced in London in August, 2010, at the Royal Court Theatre. A slew of productions at regional theaters around the U.S. followed in short order, including a three-month run in 2012 at the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia. Indeed, “Clybourne Park” currently heads the list of most produced works in the past half-decade nationwide! Production performance dates are November 25 through December 11: Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at $21 Online (no service charge), $25 At-door. (Thursday & Friday eve performances 2-for-$32 Online, 2-for-$35 At-door.) Students with valid ID $15 At-door. Groups of 15 or more are offered a reduced rate of $15 a ticket, paid in advance. The box office opens 45 minutes before

each performance. For information call 215-247-8881; for reservations-direct call 215-247-9913. The theater is located in the heart of Chestnut Hill at 8130 Germantown Avenue. Visit www.thestagecrafters.org for details. Special NOTE: A “Meet the Cast and Director” Q & A session will be held following the performance on Friday, December 2.

Annual Coat and Toy Drive Main Line Precious Metals, on the corner of Lancaster and Anderson in Student Aid Guide Available Ardmore, is holding its annual “Coats for the Cold” and “Toys for the Kids” ® drive now through the new year. Toys are going to Toys for Tots and the The Delaware County Workforce Development Board and the Delaware County CareerLink Centers have available the Pennsylvania Student Aid Guide which includes a complete overview of the financial aid process with Coats are going to Cradle to Crayons. Call 610-991-3078 for details. information on most of Pennsylvania’s financial aid programs and services. To download your free copy visit SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS www.delcoworks.org or call Steve at 610-713-2582 for information.

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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Dining & Entertainment News By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Holiday Events • Christmas Brunch with Santa on The Moshulu, 401 South Christopher Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia, Sunday, December 11 and Sunday, December 18, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the oldest and largest square-rigged sailing vessel still afloat and the one and only restaurant venue on a Tall Ship today. Adults will enjoy a three-course brunch for $39 and children 12 and under will have their own three-course menu for $25. Included is a hot chocolate bar offering an array of flavors and toppings from marshmallows and whipped cream to sprinkles, candies, and more. Santa will collect letters from good little boys and girls. Executive Pastry Chef Sandra Valentine offers a reindeer food-making station where children can use her secret recipe to create reindeer food to leave for Santa’s reindeer on Christmas Eve. For the adults the bar elves will offer bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s for $14. For reservations (a must) or info, call 215-923-2500 or visit www.moshulu.com/holidays.html. Enjoy Christmas Brunch with Santa on The Moshulu, 401 South • The Nutcracker is performed by Philadelphia’s Christopher Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia, Sunday, Pennsylvania Ballet, December 9 - 31 at The Academy December 11 and Sunday, December 18. of Music in Philadelphia. Marie and her Prince share a magical gift that transports them to a suspenseful battle between soldiers and mice, a glistening forest full of snow, and into the Land of Sweets. Lavish sets and opulent costumes pair with the unforgettable Tchaikovsky score performed live by the Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra and the celebrated Philadelphia Boys Choir. For tickets or info, call 215-893-1999 or visit www.paballet.org. • A Christmas Story: The Musical at the Media Theatre, 104 State Street in Media, PA, runs through January 8, 2017. The story takes place in Indiana in the 1940’s focusing on Ralphie, the boy who wants a Red Ryder BB Gun. He eventually learns that the holidays are not about what you have but who you have around you to share them with. Songs include Ralphie to the Rescue, Sticky Situation, It All Comes Down to Christmas, and You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out, Kid! The two-act show has a live orchestra. For tickets or info, call 610-891-0100 or visit online at http://mediatheatre.org. All Ages. • The Cartoon Christmas Trio in concert at World Cafe Live Philadelphia, 3025 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, Sunday, December 11, celebrates 21 years as the original interpreter of classic holiday cartoon jazz. Doors open at 6 p.m.; Show at 7 p.m. The Trio formed in 1995 for the sole purpose of playing music from classic Christmas cartoons. Joining them are special guest singers and Baritone Grant Youngblood as The Grinch. For tickets ($12 + Fees) or info, visit www.worldcafelive.com/event/1323453-cartoon-christmas-trio-s-21st-philadelphia. • Children’s Saturday Afternoon Holiday Tea takes place at The Radnor Hotel in St. Davids, PA, Saturday, December 10 or Saturday, December 17 from 1 to 3 p.m., at a cost of $59.95 for 1 adult & 1 child, excluding tax and gratuity. The Radnor’s Toy Soldier will welcome you and your little ones to enjoy fresh baked scones, a variety of sandwiches, miniature pastries, homemade holiday cookies, sparkling apple cider, and a selection of Twinings tea, hot chocolate, or chocolate milk. Once tea is over, there’s storytelling by the Winter Fairy and festive caroling. Then it’s time for your little ones to create a holiday card while the Toy Soldier will march around to bring the holiday season to life. Each child will receive a Story Book Gift to take home and treasure. The Tea is ideal for kids’ ages 3 to 8 years. For advanced ticket purchase and reservations (required), call 610-341-3138 or visit http://radnorhotel.com/events_children.htm. • Act II Playhouse, 56 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA, presents This Wonderful Life, December 6 - 24, a hilarious one-man adaptation of the classic movie starring Tony Braithwaite as all of the characters. For tickets ($27 - $38) or info, call 215-654-0200 or visit http://www.act2.org. Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication date to: jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format.

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Christkind or German Christmas Angel spreads her holiday joy at Philadelphia’s Christmas Village. Photo/Christina Kalff hristmas Village in Philadelphia, presented by NRG, has relocated in 2016 and transformed Philadelphia’s City Hall (1400 JFK Boulevard) into a traditional, open-air German Christmas Market. Christmas Village opened November 24, 2016 and runs through Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24, 2016. Shop for high-quality, international gifts and decorations and enjoy holiday sights and sounds with thousands of twinkling lights, a new traditional carousel in the courtyard, live music, children’s activities, a new weekly happy hour series and photos with Santa Claus. Warm up with a glass of warm mulled wine or hot chocolate while tasting European food and drink. Admission is free. Prices vary for food, drink and other merchandise offered by vendors. Christmas Village in Philadelphia is presented for the fourth straight year by NRG. NRG staff will be onsite during the entire season to greet visitors at the market. “Christmas Village is such a wonderful Philly holiday tradition,” said Mike Starck, general manager, NRG Retail East division. “NRG is so proud to once again help make Philly festive and bring the community together this year in an exciting new location.” NRG will host their Gingerbread House Decorating Contest again on Friday, December 9 at 1 p.m. with members of the press competing on behalf of four local non-profits. In the evening, after the contest winner has been chosen, NRG also brings an official Eagles Player to Christmas Village in Philadelphia for a photo and autograph session at 6 p.m. Christmas Village will also team up with a familiar name for another annual tradition! Chaddsford Winery is once again running the Tasty Tuesday and Thursday tours at Christmas Village in Philadelphia on Tuesdays and Thursdays from November 29 through December 22. This year, the concept will change and become even more interactive with a walk around the market. Experience the charm of a traditional German Christmas market while enjoying samples of Chaddsford’s award-winning, locally-produced wine, as well as sweet and savory tastings from Pretzelphoria, Brunkow Cheese, German Sweets, Shane Confectionary, and The Bacon Jams. For new traditions to complement annual favorites, Christmas Village in Philadelphia introduces a special Wednesday night happy hour series called Ho Ho Happy Hour, presented with Lyft as the

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Santa checks out the Gingerbread ornaments at Philadelphia’s Christmas Village. Photo/Kory Aversa official ridesharing partner. On three Wednesdays (December 7, 14, 21) all visitors are invited to enjoy a funky stage programing. Plus enjoy deals on mulled wine and food from Chaddsford Winery and the German Grill as well as weekly changing tasting specials. The Ho Ho Happy Hour lasts from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and will feature a different theme on all three Wednesdays (December 7 – “Irish Christmas,” December 14 – “Philly Christmas” and December 21 – “German Christmas”). On Wednesday, December 21 at Ho Ho Happy Hour, Christmas Village in Philadelphia will host its first annual Bratwurst Eating Contest. It is an amateur competition with no entry fee. Each contestant has to eat as many Bratwursts as possible (max. 10) in fifteen minutes. The contestant who eats the most or finishes them all first will be declared the winner. The prizes will be entry tickets from the partners and/ or gifts from Christmas Village. Interested in participating? Get more information at event@ philachristmas.com. Last, but not least, is a new whimsical, ornate and grand carousel at the center of the City Hall Courtyard that will give children of all ages a new holiday tradition while visiting the authentic German Christmas Market. The carousel features 20 wood carved horses that will twirl around for an unforgettable view of the new market inside City Hall’s courtyard. Carousel rides are $3 each. Visit www.philachristmas.com for information.


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“Footprints in the Snow” Concert at Overbrook School for the Blind he Overbrook School for the Blind (OSB) Music Department proudly presents “Footprints In the Snow,” a musical concert featuring the talents of the OSB Mixed Ensemble, Mixed Choir, Encore Singers, and Bell Choir, on Thursday, December 8 at 7 p.m. in the Main Auditorium. Under the direction of OSB Choir Director Christopher Sapienza and Music Director James Palmer, the student choirs will present songs which welcome in the holiday spirit, such as Christmas is Coming to A Hanukkah Wish, Candlelight Canon, to the title song, Footprints In the Snow. Audiences will be taken back to a simpler time when what was important during the holiday season wasn’t shopping and receiving gifts, but rather, spending time with family and friends. Admission is free to the concert, and parking is available directly across the street from the Main Auditorium/Rotunda Building. Since 1832, Overbrook School for the Blind has been developing and delivering education that enhances the options available for persons with visual impairment and other challenges so that they have the greatest opportunity to experience active and fulfilling lives. Any child with blindness or visual impairment (20/70 or less, as corrected), who is under 21 years of age, and referred by his or her local school district, may be considered for admission to Overbook School for the Blind. In addition to a full academic program, Overbrook students receive special training and participate in different activities that are important to the development of children who are blind or visually impaired. This includes orientation and mobility, daily living skills, assistive technology, music, art, and a full sports program. The school also serves children with deafblindness in all of its outreach and educational programs. For information, visit www.obs.org or call 215-877-0313.

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Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line to Showcase “Blessings” Artist Spotlight Features Susan Stefanski’s work December 2 - January 5 esley Enhanced Living Main Line will continue the community’s popular and long running Artist Spotlight Series in December with the exhibit “Blessings” featuring oil, watercolor and pastel paintings by award winning artist, Susan Stefanski. The display, which runs from December 2, 2016 to January 5, 2017, is open to Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line resi-

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dents and visitors. Additionally, there will be an artist’s reception on Monday, December 19 at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Susan Stefanski studied art at Villanova University and local art centers since 1999. Painting is spiritual and serene and promotes a feeling of contentment and joy to be shared with others. When asked to describe her art, Susan said, “Painting has made me see the world differently paying attention to shadows and colors like never before. I am more aware of my surroundings and most drawn to painting outside. Fields, streams, flowers in the landscape, and shorelines call me to take brush and knife to canvas capturing light, air, and space. I get lost in the cool and warm colors, the soft and hard edges of my representational, slightly impressionistic work. I hope to convey to the viewer feelings of peace, contentment and serenity.” “The idea of exhibiting “Blessings” was so appealing to us,” said Linda Sterthous, Executive Director of Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line. “Given the upcoming holiday season, it seems appropriate to show appreciation for the beauty that surrounds us.” The Artist Spotlight Series remains a popular community benefit since its introduction in 2012. It was originally created to enable Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line residents to experience art right in their own community. The program has since grown into a robust and highly anticipated community event each month. To reserve a seat at the reception on December 19, or for information on Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line’s Artist Spotlight Series, contact program coordinator, Amy Blum at 610-353-7660 ext. 254 or email ablum@wel.org.

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Opera Company Presents Seasonal Classic “Amahl and the Night Visitors” Performances in Manayunk and Media he Delaware Valley Opera Company presents “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” Gian Carlo Menotti’s family-friendly holiday opera twice this Christmas season at two different venues, once in anticipation of Christmas, and once in honor of Three Kings Day! This holiday classic has been charming audiences since 1951. The opera’s story is Menotti’s notion of what might have happened in Bethlehem during the three kings’ journey as they followed the Christmas star. Amahl, a crippled shepherd boy, and his mother entertain three kings who are journeying to deliver precious gifts to a miraculous and mysterious child. During their short stay with the family, the visitors impart their wisdom to the boy and his mother, and a miracle results. Stage Director Sandra Hartman is taking a traditional approach, keeping the action set in the time and place originally set out by Menotti. She has a unique perspective on the story, however. “The way I look at it, the opera may be called Amahl and the Night Visitors but it is about the mother’s story of love and redemption. It is the story of her desperation that causes her to steal. Then she hears the message of the three kings, and she gives back the gold she has stolen. The three kings and Amahl help her to go through a journey, and she gets through the other side with faith and belief, and a miracle happens.” Hartman is very pleased with the cast, most of which are performing roles with the Delaware Valley Opera Company for the first time. She is especially pleased with the combination she has in treble Nile Andah and mezzo-soprano Ashley Colabella. Andah has appeared in several productions with DVOC, including “Max” in Werther and “The Second Spirit” in The Magic Flute, but “Amahl” will be his first leading role with the company. He has performed many leading musical theater roles in his school’s theater program, and he has performed with the Keystone State Boychoir for the last 2 years. Musical Director Gabriel Rebolla will interpret the piano score for all performances. The production’s talented cast includes treble Nile Andah as Amahl, mezzo-soprano Ashley Colabella as the Mother, tenor David Price as Kaspar (12/10 and 1/7), tenor Robert West as Kaspar (12/11 and 1/8), bass Evan Thomas as Melchior, baritone Anthony Sharp as Balthazar, and baritone Mark Rohland as the Page. Performances at Venice Island Performing Arts and Recreation Center in Manayunk are on December 10 at 7 p.m., and December 11 at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Performances at Stage One Performing Arts Complex in Media are on January 7 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., and January 8 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children for all performances at all venues. Venice Island Performing Arts and Recreation Center is located at 7 Lock Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127, surrounded by a public metered parking lot. Additional parking, metered and free, can be found throughout the neighborhood. For directions contact VIPARC at 215685-3583. Stage One Performing Arts Center is located just off the Media exit from Blue Route, at 101 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA 19086. Parking is free, and Stage One is handicapped accessible. For directions, visit www.pacofdelco.org, or call 610-565-2110. For info on the Delaware Valley Opera Company, call 215-725-4171 or visit www.dvopera.org.

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Beloved Toy Rabbit Teaches All About Love fter a young girl becomes ill with scarlet fever, a toy rabbit rounds up his friends to save her. Forced to choose between becoming real and saving the girl, the velveteen rabbit embarks on a remarkable journey, finding out what it truly means to love. Wolf Performing Arts Center (Wolf PAC)’s “The Velveteen Rabbit” takes the stage this fall at Rosemont College’s Rotwitt Theater for three consecutive days. Shows are December 9 (7 p.m.), December 10 (11 a.m., 3 p.m., 7 p.m.) and December 11 (3 p.m.). Wolf Performing Arts Center Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for chil(Wolf PAC)’s “The Velveteen dren, students, and seniors. Rabbit” takes the stage this Wolf PAC’s production features two fall at Rosemont College’s unique casts; the ‘Velveteen’ cast and Rotwitt Theater for the ‘Rabbit’ cast. December 9 - 11. Wolf PAC The performance tackles universal is offering a sensory-friendly themes of acceptance, friendship, and performance on December love. Ruthie Cohen, who plays the vel10 at 3 p.m. veteen rabbit, ‘Rabbit’ cast, feels this role came her way at the perfect time. “I was so ready for the kind of heartwarming, emotional rollercoaster The Velveteen Rabbit is. I love coming to rehearsal, becoming my character, and feeling so many different things all at once: excitement, elation, heartbreak, and tranquility,” she said. Haley Garecht, who plays the velveteen rabbit, ‘Velveteen’ cast, thinks the performance has not only impacted her life but will impact the audience’s lives as well. “The Velveteen Rabbit is a hard-hitting play about a child’s love, and I think it’s hard not to be affected by that. I hope the audience leaves with the thought that love is powerful, more even than death,” she said. This year, Wolf PAC is offering a sensory-friendly performance of “The Velveteen Rabbit” on December 10 at 3 p.m. The show is specially designed for audience members who have PHILADELPHIA autism, developmental differences, or other sensory sensitivities. “Theater is for all children. That’s what it really comes down to,” said Bobbi Wolf, Executive Director of Wolf PAC. “The Velveteen Rabbit shares the message of acceptance, a message which we live by at Wolf Performing Arts Center." “I think it’s super great that Wolf PAC is bringing theater to people who don't usually get to experience it,” said Nina Aagaard, who plays toy soldier cast ‘Velveteen.’ “One of my cast mates informed me that a boy we both knew from camp, who had autism, would be coming to our show. She said his mom had actually started crying when my cast mate told her about this opportunity.” Sensory accommodations include lower sound and light levels, reduced strobes and lighting focused on the audience, designated “Take a Break” areas in the lobby, additional guidance and sensory supports, trained staff to assist with needs, and flexible house rules. “I have really been changed by the process of learning to play this character,” said Garecht. “The Velveteen Rabbit can teach everyone so much about learning to love, even if you don’t think you can.” F R E E Year 31, No. 43 For tickets call 610-642-0233 or online at wolfperformingartscenter.org. R

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The concert opens with Overture to the Magic Flute by Wolfgang Mozart. The concert continues with guest soloist Kimberly Reighley, flute, performing Concerto for Flute and Orchestra by Lowell Liebermann. This dramatic and Romantic flute concerto is one of the most important twentieth-century additions to the repertory of the instrument. In 1994 the National Flute Society of the United States named it as the best new work for the instrument. The concerto is in three movements and begins with a devoted light and lyrical theme. The middle movement, Adagio, creates a hypnotic effect with a pulsing off-beat accompaniment that continues throughout offering up a mood that is Romantic and tender. The finale is fast paced and demands from the artist virtuosity, technical brilliance and endurance. Ms. Reighley, Professor of Flute at West Chester University, is the Principal Flutist with the Delaware Symphony, Opera Delaware and the Bay-Atlantic Symphony, and Piccoloist with the Reading Symphony. In addition, she is the Co-Artistic director of the chamber ensemble, Mélomanie, an ensemble that pairs early and contemporary works performed on both period and modern instruments. Kim is also a member of the Quintsylvania Winds. The concert concludes with Ancient Aires & Dances, Suite No. 1 by Ottorino Respighi and Symphony No. 2 in B Minor by Alexander Borodin. Concert tickets are $18 or $15 for seniors/students. Children under 12 (one child per paying adult) are admitted free. Upon presentation of the Delaware County or Montgomery County Library card two tickets may be purchased for the price of one at the ticket table the day of the concert. There is ample free parking adjacent to the theatre and the Life Center is handicapped accessible. For info, call 610-879-7059 or visit www.dcsmusic.org.

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