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Tri-County Concerts Presents S TUDENT TALENT ON D ISPLAY Mezzo-Soprano Julia Mintzer April 22 AT H ARCUM C OLLEGE ’ S A NNUAL FASHION S HOW ri-County Concerts is delighted to present the dynamic and multi-talented mezzo-soprano Julia Mintzer on Sunday, April 22, at 3 p.m. at Eastern University’s McInnis Audi to rium located at 1300 Eagle Road,

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Mezzo-soprano Julia Mintzer will perform on Sunday, April 22, at 3 p.m. at Eastern University’s McInnis Auditorium, St. Davids, PA. St. Davids, PA. This will be the final concert in Tri-County’s Emerging Artists Series for the 20172018 season. Accompanied by Yoni Kahn on historical horns and Tzu-Hwa Ho on the piano, Ms. Mintzer will perform works by Schubert, Mahler, Berlioz, Mozart, Wade, and Strauss. Meet the artists at a complimentary post-concert reception. Tickets are available by phone, mail, online, and at the door: general admission $20, seniors (62+) $15, students and children free. For information and reservations, call 610-504-4678 or visit www.tricountyconcerts.org. Ms. Mintzer has performed principal roles in standard and contemporary operas in both the United States and Europe at the Washington National Opera, The Glimmerglass Festival, Die Semperoper Dresden, and Landestheater Schleswig-Holstein. Among others, she has sung the title roles in Carmen and Hansel and Gretel, Elisabetta in Maria Stuarda, Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana, and Giulietta in Les Contes d’Hoffman. Her concert engagements include Handel’s Messiah with Boston Baroque, Washington National Cathedral, the Toledo Symphony, and Seraphic Fire and Mozart’s Requiem at Washington National Cathedral and Preparing for Harcum’s annual Fashion Show are, from left – with Grand Harmonie Period Orchestra. Her singing receives high praise from critics: “her Amaya Lacson, Sailor Anderson (Downingtown High School Student), Anika Eskin, and Ahsani Felder. soprano register shines like fire” (Kieler Nachrichten) and “a mezzo of penetrating depth” (La Presse) are just two of many favorable reviews. Also an accomplished stage director, Ms. Mintzer is the 2017 Winner of the National Opera arcum College invites students and Main Line area Association’s JoElyn Wakefield-Wright Directing Fellowship. Recent productions include residents to its annual Fashion Show on Friday, April Fidelio at Princeton University with Grand Harmonie Period Orchestra in 2016 and La Bohème 27, 2018 at 8 p.m. in Harcum’s Klein Hall at 750 Montfor Metrowest Opera in 2017, which was lauded by The Theater Times as “a highly energetic, gomery Avenue in Bryn Mawr. The fashion show will feature fascinating production.” original designs from Harcum’s Fashion Design and Fashion

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New Horizons Senior Center to Host Open House April 20 ew Horizons Senior Center, located at 100 Conway Avenue, Borough Hall in Narberth, will hold an Open House on Friday, April 20, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Center invites the community-at-large to come explore the Center as a resource for themselves, their loved ones, friends and neighbors. Prospective members can enjoy a range of free services during the four-hour Open House. In addition to an introduction to the Center’s staff, volunteers, programs and services, there will be free health screenings & chair massages, local senior service tables stationed with information and giveaways, a free sampling of the center’s popular exercise programs, a light buffet lunch and other treats provided throughout the Open House. Act III Entertainment, a senior music ensemble comprised of Center members will do a performance of selections from the Great American Songbook. Folks who bring a non-member or those who attend the Center for the first time will be entered into a special door prize drawing. New Horizons’ staff members Elissa Berardi, Executive Director, and Judy

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Ringold, Program Coordinator, look forward to greeting area baby boomers and other seniors who are interested in making new friends, having fun, visiting interesting places, stretching their minds and muscles, or sharing their skills and passions by becoming a part of the organization’s vibrant volunteer corps. New Horizons, a non-profit organization established in 1976, offers a wide array of Dave Doran, Lee Rothberg, Joe Melchiorre, Joe Cherry – enjoy New Horizons Senior Center’s last Open House. wellness classes, recreational, and educational activities including trips and hands-on computer classes. The Center’s supportive services include Daily Lunch, Private Counseling and weekly grocery shopping assistance. New Horizons is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Center is housed at Narberth Borough Hall, 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor, Narberth, PA 19072. It is the place to come to join lively, smiling, and welcoming active adults from all around Narberth, Lower See New Horizons Senior Center Open House page 11


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EVEN MORE EVENTS Network for New Music Free Concert On Friday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m., the Concert Artist Series at Haverford College presents Network for New Music. Their program “American Creations” presents a blockbuster concert of new chamber music commissions by three generations of composers: Luke Carlson, Paul Lansky, and Oliver Schneller; also, a Philadelphia premiere by Carolyn Chen. This performance takes place at Haverford College in Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium and is free an open to the public. For info: 610-896-1011, hc-concerts@haverford.edu. Visit http://haverford.edu/music/concertsevents.

Baldwin Presents “Hairspray”

Free Document Shredding State Reps. Pamela A. DeLissio and Mary Jo Daley will co-host a free document shredding event for their constituents from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, April 14, in the magisterial district court parking lot at 925 Montgomery Ave., Narberth, PA 19072. The event will be held rain or shine, and all shredding will occur on site. The paper will be recycled. There is a limit of four banker boxes or grocery bags per household.

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The Friends of the Marple Public Library in Broomall is hosting a “Meet the Authors” event on Saturday, April 14, at 1:30 p.m. featuring local authors who will speak about their books and explain their creative process. Guest moderator Donna Cavanaugh of HOPress-Shorehouse Books will guide creative conversations with authors and audience members. Come meet and celebrate other local published authors at the Marple Library. A reception will immediately follow the program. This program is free and open to the public. Marple Public Library is located at 2599 Sproul Road, Broomall, PA 19008. Call 610-356-1510 for info.

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Come and experience great music in the Cathedral on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 8 p.m. Ancient Voices, an ensemble of twenty-two voices modeled on the chapel choirs of the Renaissance, performs some of the most complex and beautiful music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. In the Philadelphia area, Ancient Voices is regarded as one of the premier vocal groups specializing in the performance of early music. Based at the University of Pennsylvania, the group attracts singers from as far away as Delaware and New Jersey in addition to its members on campus. William Parberry is the Music Director. Some of the selections will include soloists with an instrumental accompaniment of recorders, viola da gamba, and lute. For this concert, William Parberry chose some of his favorite works. He will retire from the University of Penn at the end of this semester. The concert takes place at Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, 18th & Benjamin Franklin Parkway, in Philadelphia. No tickets required. A free-will offering will benefit the Cathedral Basilica. Free Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the Cathedral. For information, call 610-223-4191.

Tails from the Crypt: Animal Lovers Tour and Dog Walk Pet-friendly Laurel Hill Cemetery encourages the public to bring their animals along for this springtime walking tour. Stories and stops will include one of the first court cases to rule against animal cruelty, pets memorialized in stone, and the woman who bestowed a portion of her will to her dearest dogs. The walking tour will take place on Saturday, April 14 at 1 p.m., departing from Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free parking is located in the lot across the street from the Gatehouse. The cost is $15/ person; $13/students and seniors; or $12/members. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at www.thelaurelhillcemetery.org.

Philadelphia Ethical Society Program How should we relate to our planet? In his talk, “Are We Owners, Stewards, or Children of the Earth,” Hugh Taft-Morales, Leader, Philadelphia Ethical Society will discuss how we can balance humanist emphasis on responsibility for our planet with the reality of our utter dependence, 11 a.m., Sunday April 15, 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square. All are welcome to the program and following coffee hour. For information, contact the Society at office@phillyethics.org or 215-735-3456 or www.phillyethics.org. Free street parking by permit available on arrival.

Stargazing from the Cemetery: Citywide Star Party Bring a picnic blanket and take a tour of the cosmos with local astronomers.

The Baldwin School’s Upper School Maskers Club presents the larger than life musical about love and acceptance, “Hairspray,” in the Simpson Center for the Performing Arts for just four performances: Friday, April 20 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, April 21 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and Sunday, April 22 at 2 p.m. From left – Audrey Senior as Amber Von Tussel, Mariana Leone as Velma Von Tussel, Melia Hagino as Tracy Turnblad, Lionel McCulloch as Edna Turnblad, Julia Maenza as Penny Pingleton and Ashley Tate as Prudy Pingleton. Tickets are on sale now at www.maskers.club for all shows. As part of the Philadelphia Science Festival (www.philasciencefestival.org), 23 venues around the city will host star parties with amateur astronomers coming out en mass with their telescopes to show locals the wonders of the night sky. The Citywide Star Party at Laurel Hill Cemetery will take place on Friday, April 20, weather permitting. Gates open at 7:30 p.m. Visitors can enter through Laurel Hill’s Gatehouse at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. (If you have your own telescope or binoculars, bring them along. Don’t forget to bring your own blankets, beach chairs, beverages and/or snacks!) Free parking is located in the lot across the street from the Gatehouse. Admission is FREE and open to the public. For info, call 215-228-8200 or visit www.thelaurelhillcemetery.org.

Saddle Up for Community Arts Center’s Boots & Bandanas Bash Fundraiser Community Arts Center, the non-profit organization offering classes in visual arts, exhibitions, community outreach, music and other special events, is holding their annual spring fundraiser on Saturday, April 21, from 7 - 11 p.m. in the Duke Gallery at CAC, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA. Sponsored by Cider Mill Landscapes, the Boots & Bandanas Bash fundraiser will include catered Southwestern food by Jeffrey Miller Catering, open bar, live roots, rock and roll and vintage country music by The Twangabillies, country and western dancing, silent auction bidding on ceramics, paintings, sporting events, one-of-a-kind experiences, a week in a Vermont cottage, and more. Attendees are asked to dress the part in their most creative western attire. Individual tickets cost $75. Tickets are available online at communityartscenter.org, in person at the Arts Center or by phone at 610-566-1713. Advanced ticket purchases are recommended.

Free Lecture – Faith & Politics Old Pine Street Church’s 250th Anniversary Distinguished Speaker Series concludes with a panel discussion of how faith intersects with local and national politics April 22, 2018, at 1 p.m. During “Faith & Politics,” panelists Dr. Ron Sider, Professor at Palmer Theological Seminary, and Dr. Wilson J Goode, former mayor of Philadelphia and president of Amachi, Inc., will guide an exploration of the role faith has in how we approach the political landscape. Open to the public free of charge. Old Pine Street Church is located at 412 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106. For information about this speaker series, go to info@oldpine.org, or register at https://opc250-faith-and-politics.eventbrite.com.

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ld Academy Players presents the delightful musical comedy “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” with music and lyrics by award winning American composer William Finn and book by award winning American writer Rachel Sheinkin. It is directed by Annie Hnatko and produced by Steve Hnatko.

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Old Academy Players presents the delightful musical comedy “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” April 20 - May 6, 2018. Kristin Hegel is choreographer and Terri Bateman is production assistant. Show dates are April 20, 21, 27, 28, 29, May 4, 5, and 6, 2018; Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m.; Sundays at 2 p.m. The musical was based upon “C-R-EP-U-S-C-U-L-E,” an original improvisational play created by Rebecca Feldman and performed by The Farm, a New-Yorkbased improvisational comedy troupe. Finn and Sheinkin worked together with Feldman to transform “C-R-E-P-U-S-C-U-L-E” into a scripted full-length musical with additional material by Jay Reiss. In 2005 the musical was nominated for multiple Tony Awards; Rachel Sheinkin won the Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical. Internationally produced, this musical is the hilarious and compelling tale of socially awkward youngsters who find joy, heartache and purpose while competing at a regional spelling bee. “We are the slightest bit bizarre” may be quite an understatement when describing some of the enjoyably eccentric tweens competing in the spelling bee. With all the excitement, desperation, weirdness and fun one can expect from a spelling competition, these six young spellers have dreams of their heart’s desires coming true as they compete for a chance to be “the one” to participate in the National Spelling Bee. The stellar cast of zany characters includes: Meg Murphy as Rona Lisa Peretti, Norm Burnosky as Vice Principal Douglas Panch, Durell Griffin as Mitch Mahoney, Amanda Ross as Olive Ostrovsky, Pat Sutton as William Morris Barfée, Ed Young as Charlito “Chip” Tolentino, Christian Conklin as Leaf Coneybear, Gina Schwoerer as Marcy Park, and Maya Chester-Ziv as Logainne “Schwarzy” SchwartzandGrubenierre. An unusual aspect of the show is that three real audience members are invited on stage to compete in the spelling bee alongside the six young characters. During the 2005 Tony Awards, former Presidential candidate Al Sharpton competed. Another amusing aspect of the show is that the official pronouncer, usually an improv comedian, provides ridiculous usagein-a-sentence examples when asked to use words in a sentence. At some shows, adult-only audiences (over age 16) will be invited for “Parent-Teacher Conferences,” also known as “Adult Night at the Bee.” These performances are peppered with sexual references and profanity inspired by R-rated ad-libs made during rehearsals. Audience members will have the chance to participate in the (spelling) E-X-C-I-T-E-M-E-N-T! Matinée performances will be family-friendly, but evening shows are NOT recommended for children. Old Academy Players, located at 3544 Indian Queen Lane in East Falls, has provided continuous community theater since 1923, and featured the acting debuts of both Grace Kelly and Robert Prosky. Tickets are $25 each. Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m.; Sunday matinée performances are at 2 p.m. Parking for all performances is free. Purchase tickets online at www.oldacademyplayers.org, call 215-843-1109 for reservations, or visit www.oldacademyplayers.org for details.

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MARIO LANZA MUSEUM BENEFIT LUNCHEON n Sunday April 22, the Mario Lanza Institute will hold a benefit luncheon for the Mario Lanza Museum at Estia Restaurant (1405 Locust Street) in Philadelphia from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. There will be a three-course lunch, a raffle and memorabilia auction plus entertainment featuring a special video presentation on Mario Lanza. Recordings of Mr. Lanza will also be played. Mario Lanza was an ambassador for all good music. Through his films, concerts, recordings, radio show, and television appearances, he brought great enjoyment to all who experienced his wonderful and exciting talent and introduced many to the world of opera for the very first time. The Mario Lanza Institute is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to help perpetuate Lanza’s dream of aiding young aspiring opera singers through scholarships. To date the Institute has awarded over 250 scholarships with many going on to stellar careers on the world’s great opera and concert stages. It also maintains a museum located at 712 Montrose Street that houses a collection of memorabilia from Lanza’s life and career. Admission to the luncheon is $65 per person. For information and to make reservations, contact the Mario Lanza Institute at 215-238-9691 or mariolanzainstitute@verizon.net. SERVICE CENTER Requests as well as donations may also be sent to Mario Lanza 610-642-3700 Institute, P.O. Box 54624, Philadelphia, PA 19148-0624. Visit www.mariolanzainstitute.org to download the invitation. 41 Greenfield Avenue • Ardmore

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Main Line Resident Stars in NYC Cabaret Show Singer Tonia Tecce, who has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Academy of Music and sung with Peter Nero and many orchestras, made her very successful New York City cabaret debut in 2013 at The Metropolitan Room. Ms. Teece returns to NYC in April with “A COCKEYED OPTIMIST: Why We Believe, The Songs of Richard Rodgers.” Directed by Barry Kleinbort and Penny Fuller, with Musical Direction by Tom Lawton, performances are Wednesday, April 18 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 22 at 3:30 p.m. There is a $25 cover and a two drink minimum. Reservations: 212-757-0788 (after 4 p.m.) or www.donttellmamanyc.com.

Free Concert at St. Joseph’s University Crissey Concerts presents various professional soloists performing classical music from the Romantic period on Sunday, April 22, at 2 p.m. in the Saint Joseph’s University chapel, 5600 City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131. The concert is free to the general public and no tickets are required. For information, call 215-782-8213.

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Earth Day at Fort Mifflin

French Film Day for Night at Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Volunteer Day & “Thank You Concert” t’s high time for a low-tide clean-up of the Delaware River shoreline at Fort Mifflin! Celebrate Earth Day in the unique environment along the banks of the Delaware River just off the High Battery. Trash and debris removal plus trail maintenance will get this nature area in top shape to be a regular feature for visitors this spring and summer. Help by volunteering on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22! Wear comfortable work clothes, no sandals. Bring work gloves if you have them. Registration begins at noon, with work from 1 till 4 p.m. Students & Scouts are welcome with parental supervision. Volunteers will be rewarded with a special “Thank You Concert” from 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. featuring local bands Black Horse Motel, Rare Spirits, and more from the Philadelphia Folk Song Society Co-op! Can’t make it for the afternoon work session but still want to be a part of this event? Come for the concert! Concert-only tickets will be available on site for a suggested donation of $20. BYO picnic to enjoy during the concert! Concert proceeds benefit the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. Fort Mifflin’s GPS Address: 6400 Hog Island Road, Philadelphia, PA 19153. Visit www.FortMifflin.us.

“Shooting a movie is like a stagecoach trip,” says filmmaker Ferrand (portrayed by the film’s actual director, Francois Truffaut), “At first you hope for a nice ride. Then you just hope to reach your destination.” As he labors to shoot his destined-to-be-a-stinker film Meet Pamela, the production swirls with its own drama—affairs, crises, accidents, egos, and more. Named for the shooting process used by filmmakers to shoot night scenes during daylight, Day for Night is a love letter to moviemaking as a craft and a lifestyle. Having made his name as one of the founders of the French New Wave, Truffaut earned his first Oscar nomination for directing Day for Night, which took the prize for Best Foreign Language Film. Presented in collaboration with the Departments of French and Francophone Studies at Bryn Mawr College and Haverford College, the feature will be preceded by the 1981 short film “When I’m Young,” directed by Day for Night editor Yann Dedet, who will be present for a post-film Q&A. Day for Night will show on Thursday, April 19 at 7 p.m. at Bryn Mawr Film Institute. Tickets are $12.50 for general admission, $10 for seniors and students, and $6.50 for BMFI members. Tickets are available at the Box Office during operating hours or online at BrynMawrFilm.org.

“Much Ado About Nothing” at Villanova

Julia graduated from The Juilliard School and the Boston University Opera Institute. She is a native of Philadelphia. Tri-County Concerts is one of the nation’s oldest chamber music presenters in continuous operation since its founding in 1941. The organization is especially proud of its illustrious history as an all-volunteer organization that has brought the finest musicians to the community it serves.

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“Much Ado About Nothing” runs at Villanova Theatre in Vasey Hall from April 10-22, 2018. Speaker’s Night, immediately following the performance on Thursday, April 19, will feature a Q&A session with the Villanova Theatre Department’s Resident Dramaturg Dr. Chelsea Phillips. Laurel Hill Tour Features Stories of Titanic Victims Vasey Hall is located on Villanova’s main campus at the intersection of Lancaster & Ithan Avenues. Performances will be held Tuesdays - Satur- This April 15 marks the 106th anniversary of one of the most famous tragedies in modern history: the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic. Taking nearly days at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets run $21-$25, with discounts two years to build, the ship was the largest of its kind and outfitted with the latest technologies, thus earning its reputation as the “unsinkable” available for seniors, students, MA in Theatre alumni, and groups. Tick- ship. This walking tour will feature the stories of six passengers from the Philadelphia area who were aboard the liner as she sunk to the bottom ets may be purchased at the Villanova Theatre Box Office (M-S, 12-5 of the sea. While some of them survived and others were never recovered, all six are forever memorialized at Laurel Hill. Along the way, the tour p.m.) in person, by phone: 610-519-7474, or at www.villanovatheatre.org. will pause at the graves of other Laurel Hill residents whose fates were similarly sealed by the sea. The walking tour will take place on Sunday, April 15 at 1 p.m., departing from Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free parking is locatMeet Author ed in the lot across the street from the Gatehouse. The cost is $15/person; $13/students and seniors; or $12/members. Tickets can be purchased at Rita R. Ross: “Journey to Happily Ever After,” Sunday, April 22, 4 p.m. at the door or online at www.thelaurelhillcemetery.org. Main Point Books – Rita Ross’s memoir chronicles her Jewish family’s Free Concert – Delaware County Young Musicians Orchestra escape from Adolf Hitler through Vienna, Austria, Poland, from a Krakow ghetto to a POW camp and eventually to the United States. Sadly the The Delaware County Young Musicians Orchestra will perform its 2018 Spring Concert on Sunday, April 22 United States was not the answer to her dreams and piano became her at the Meagher Auditorium of Neumann University, Aston, PA. Under the direction of Maestri Nicholas escape. Main Point Books is located at 116 North Wayne Avenue, Wayne, Pignataro and Miku Schiota the orchestra will present a program Mozart, Symphony No. 36, “Linz,” first movement; Sibelius, Finlandia: Beethoven, Symphony No. 5, fourth movement; Ippolitov Ivanov, “Procession of the PA. For info, call 484-580-6978 or visit www.mainpointbooks.com. Sardar,” and Holst, “Jupiter, Bringer of Jolity,” from The Planets. Admission is free. For directions visit www.DCYO.org.

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OUT-AND-ABOUT – Dining & Entertainment News By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer • Franklin Square, 200 North Sixth Street in Philadelphia, offers seven-and-a-half acres of fun in one of the city’s most charming historic parks filled with expansive lawns and shady trees. Steps away from Enjoy a ride on the Parx Liberty Carousel at Franklin Square. Photo/Jeff Cusco the Liberty Bell, in one of William Penn’s original five squares, Franklin Square features Philly Mini Golf, one of the country’s oldest public fountains, playgrounds, the Parx Liberty Carousel and SquareBurger. After a day of experiencing Philadelphia’s history, putt through some of the city’s most famous icons, take a ride on hometown racehorse heroes Afleet Alex or Smarty Jones aboard the carousel, enjoy a rest next to the refreshing fountain and dine on burgers and shakes. For info, call 215-629-4026 or visit www.historicphiladelphia.org. • The Broadway Theatre of Pitman, 43 South Broadway in Pitman, NJ, presents the TonyAward winning musical, Can-Can from April 20 - May 13. Paris dance hall owner, La Mome Pistache, fears the future of her career after self-righteous judge, Aristide, has determined to shut her business down. The sensual Can-Can dance has become popular and Aristide is determined to stop it. But what happens when emotions arise, and an unlikely romance develops? Find out what the future holds for them in this high energy musical featuring songs, C’est Magnifique, I Love Paris and It’s All Right With Me. For tickets ($28) or info, call 856-3452384 or visit www.thebroadwaytheatre.org. • Ardmore Music Hall, 23 East Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore, PA, features David Uosikkinen’s In The Pocket, Saturday, April 28 debuting their new song, Frankford El. Join David and his band of all-stars as they cover some of Philly’s favorite songs. This non-stop rockin’ revue features members of The Hooters, The A’s, Tommy Conwell, Soul Survivors, Beru Revue, Kenn Kweder and more. For tickets ($30 in advance and $35 day of show) or info, call 610-649-8389 or visit www.ardmoremusic.com/event/1630835. • The Mermaid Inn, Winston Road and Mermaid Lane in Philadelphia, hosts the Dukes of Destiny, Saturday, April 21 (sets 9:15 p.m. - 12:15 a.m.) returning to the Mermaid to welcome Spring, featuring a great vibe, lots of brews on tap, good pub food and a wonderful crowd of dancers. Get ready to hear some great tunes to get you dancing and celebrating the change of season. Admission $12. For info, call 215-247-9797 or visit www.themermaidinn.net/home.html. • FUEL University City, 3200 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, 215-608-3835; FUEL Center City, 1225 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, 215-922-3835; FUEL South Philly, 1917 East Passyunk Avenue in Philadelphia, 215-468-3835 – offer faster, fresher, and healthier dining experiences. All locations will debut 17 new menu additions with all options priced for $10 or less, including Acai Bowls, Tahini Smoothies, Toast Boxes and special menu items by celebrity chef Brian Duffy (of Bar Rescue). Facial recognition ordering kiosks are now installed at the University City and Center City locations, allowing customers quicker ordering during busy lunch rushes, pull up past orders, allow for credit card ordering, and provide visual images of all dishes in one swipe. For info, visit http://fuelrechargeyourself.com. • Manor College, 700 Fox Chase Road in Jenkintown, PA, presents a class, Up Periscope: A View of Submarine Warfare in World War II, Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. During World War II, submarines comprised less than 2 percent of the U.S. Navy, but sank more than 30 percent of the Japanese Imperial Navy. This class will focus on some of the more interesting stories of America’s submarines including some British, German and Japanese underwater warships. Admission Fee: $30. Instructor: Walt Lafty. To register: call 215884-2218 or visit https://manor-college.myshopify.com/products/up-periscope-a-view-of-submarine-warfare-in-worldwar-ii-new. Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication date to: jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format.

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Nelly Berman School Presents Impressionism and Modernism Summer Music Camp and Concert Series ber will perform Debussy’s Préludes, Book rom July 16 - July 20, The Nelly BerI and Granados’ Goyescas. Mr. Rolim is under man School of Music, in Haverford, PA, the management of Astral Artists, Geze is presenting a summer camp and sumAnda Foundation, and MdA Internationmer concert series focusing on the music al. He has been praised by the New York and art of the Impressionist and ModernConcert Review as “managing every texist Eras. The summer music camp is open ture, no matter how thick or difficult, with to music students, ages 7 to 17, with classconsummate elegance.” While this concert es held daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The is taking place, there will be an art exhibsummer concert series and art exhibit is it featuring paintings by Nelly Berman open to the general public and is held in School violin faculty member, Irina Schuck. the evenings of Monday, July 16 and TuesHer paintings will include a work inspired day, July 17. by a Debussy violin and piano composiStudents at the summer music camp will tion as well as a new painting inspired by discover (in a kid-friendly format) the new Granados Goyescas, which Mr. Rolim will harmonic language; subtle tone colors; be performing. The paintings will be for fluid atmosphere; and the way light and sale, and a percentage will go to the NBS time were depicted in Impressionist music Ronaldo Rolim, Astral Artist and Classical Music Institute, a 501 (c)(3) nonand art. Composers and artists covered NBS Piano Faculty Member will profit scholarship program at the Nelly will include Debussy, Ravel, Monet, Pissarro perform Granados’ “Goyescas” Berman School. The Monday concert will and more. Students will learn and prepare on Monday, July 16. be held at St. Luke United Methodist, Bryn an Impressionist piece of music for the Mawr. Friday concert. At the same time, they will On, Tuesday, July 17, NBS piano faculty member, Dr. Ariane study the history, philosophy, and compositional techniques of the era. They will also write music of their own on iPads. Alexander will perform George Crumb’s Makrokosmos Volume Students will visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art to see the II at 4 p.m. at the Nelly Berman School of Music in the recital compositional similarity between what composers created room. This Avante Garde competition features extended techniques for the piano, which include the performer strumwith sounds, and what artists created with paint. To shake things up, the teachers will take the students beyond ming and plucking the strings with her fingertips. Visit www.nbsmusic.com to register for camp and purchase Impressionism into Abstract Expressionism and Avante Garde music such as George Crumbs’ Makrokosmos and the revo- tickets. Tickets for the concerts/art show are $15 for adults lutionary break with tradition in the art of Jackson Pollack, Marc and $10 for children. Students attending the Impressionism Rothko, and others. (What does Dali eat for breakfast? Surreal!) and Modernism camp and their families will attend for free. On Monday, July 16, at 6 p.m. there will be a concert and All proceeds will benefit the NBS Classical Music Institute a art exhibit of Impressionist and Romantic music and art. 501 (c)(3) non-profit. RSVP via e-mail to office@nbsmusic.com. Pianist, Ronaldo Rolim, a Nelly Berman School faculty mem-

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Next “Tasty Talk” at Yangming April 18 n Wednesday, April 18, 2018, Yangming Restaurant in Bryn Mawr will host another “Tasty FAMILY V ISION C ARE Talk” media personality luncheon. This one will feature Karen Hepp, local Agnes Irwin Eye Examinations • Contact Lenses • Most Insurance Accepted School (an all-girls college preparatory day school in Bryn Mawr, PA) graduate and now an Full Range of Eyewear, including designer acclaimed news anchor on FOX 29. Hear Karen Hepp speak at Every weekday, Karen Hepp wakes up before the sun with City Line Professional Building the Good Day Philadelphia gang to anchor the popular FOX the next “Tasty Talk” media 7516 City Avenue, (Behind CVS), Phila., PA 19151 • 215-878-7181 personality luncheon on 29 News show from 4 to 6 a.m., and co-host the 9 a.m. hour. Wednesday, April 18, at Prior to joining FOX, Karen worked at WNYW-TV in New York Amy N. Fox, O.D. Hours: M,F 9:30-5:30 Yangming Restaurant. City, anchoring Good Day Wakeup, and at WNBC in New York, Michael A. Karliner O.D. Tu,Th 9:30-7:00 WCAU in Philadelphia, and at WVIT in Connecticut. The accomplished Philly native and a graduate of New York University lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with her husband and 3 young sons, and enjoys running, hiking, and cheering on her THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK! son’s soccer team. The “Tasty Talk” luncheon will begin at 12:30 p.m with passed hors d’oeuvres, then continue with the special media-star presentation and continues on with the entrée course and ends with a delicious dessert course, all prepared by the award-winning chefs of Yangming and all for only $20 (which includes tax and tip) for each pre-registered guest. The walk-ins to the luncheon will be charged $25. The prix fixe price does not include the available alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. All proceeds from Yangming’s April 18 “Tasty Talk” will be donated to Bryn Mawr’s wonderful Lifecycle WomanCare         (formerly The Birth Center). Proclamation Presbyterian Church Lifecycle is the first licensed   birth center in Pennsylvania 278 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 and is one of the oldest con        tinually operating birth cen         **For both DCYO and YMO audition appointments, please schedule online at www.dcyo.org** ters in the United States.         Located just a hop, skip and         Appointments for either orchestra are offered        on bothdays. a jump from Yangming Restaurant, Lifecycle WomanCare,        at 918 County Line Rd., delivFor questions about auditions and scheduling please         contact ers the highest quality of care     and believes that the best    (lhume@dcyo.org)  Lenora Hume, or Personnel   Director health outcomes are achieved     David Demcher, Website Administrator (ddemcher@dcyo.org) only when healthcare is pro        vided with input, trust, mutual                      respect, and continued partnership between women and                  Students areas providers. They have spent   from  all geographic     are  welcome   to  audition.   the last 36 years dedicated to Please visit our website for audition specifics for your instrument and for more information about our two orchestras.                 advancing this model of healthcare – the midwifery model  would  TEACHERS: If you like to be included on the teacher list on our website, of care – for their clients and, please visit www.dcyo.org/area-music-instructors to sign up. indeed, for all women. The co-chairs and innovators of this “Tasty Talk” concept are noted Realtor Michelle Leonard who has already come into local notoriety as “The Hat Lady “and her close friend      and medical doctor, Dr. Thanuja    Hamilton. Their energy and   Nicholas  Pignataro Andrew Hauze Miku Shiota and innovative ideas have proven  to be very formidable. Conductor andMusic Director Co-Conductors       “Our Tasty Talks have been successful beyond any expec       tations that I ever had for these   luncheons. Everyone who  School, Berwyn,  PA  Aston, PA Conestoga High Neumann University, attends has a wonderful time   and returns with their friends FREE ADMISSION FREE ADMISSION in tow. Our intimate setting  gives guests the feeling that they are having a one-on-one zKϮϬϭϳͲϮϬϭϴ conversation with our featured media personality,” said Yangming Owner Michael Wei. Yangming is located at Conestoga and County Line Roads in Bryn Mawr. Call 610-527-3200 to register for this event or visit www.YangmingRestaurant.com for information.

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MUSICAL “JUNIE B. JONES” The the distinguished family-theater company Theatreworks USA brings the musical “Junie B. Jones,” based on the beloved children’s book series by Barbara Park, to Upper Darby Performing Arts Center on Friday, April 20 at 7 p.m. The sixty-minute performance is ideal for children ages 4 years old and up. Tickets for the performance are $10 - $12. UDPAC members save $1. Tickets may be purchased online at www.udpac.org or by calling the box office at 610-622-1189. Upper Darby Performing Arts Center is located at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue in Drexel Hill, PA. Photo/Carol Rosegg

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Harcum College’s Annual Fashion Show Continued from front page

Getting ready for Harcum’s annual Fashion Show on April 27 are models and student designers, from left – Judy Battle, Sailor Anderson, Shaqura Cooper-Reed, Amaya Lacson (front), Anika Eskin, Malacia Clark-Nedd, Danielle Rice, Ahsani Felder (front). Merchandising students. “Every year, our students conceive and design innovative and exciting work that they want to share with the community,” said Fashion Design Program Director Winifred Curtis. “The fashion show is our annual opportunity to celebrate the work of our students, highlight careers in fashion and have fun.” Fashion Design Assistant Director Julian Crooks said “The Fashion Show is one of Harcum’s signature student events and attracts models, friends, family and lovers of fashion to the campus every spring. It’s a great evening for all ages.” The fashion show is organized by members of Harcum College’s Fashion Club, which includes students from the Fashion Design and Merchandising programs. Harcum’s Fashion Design Program is based on a foundation in art and design, with additional studies in retail management and business. With a core curriculum of both merchandising and business, the Fashion Merchandising Program is designed to educate students on fashion trends and designs, fabrics and garment construction. Are you a local fashion business? Would you like to be a vendor at the Harcum College Spring Fashion Show? It’s easy! Send your proposal to jcrooks@harcum.edu with images, approximate prices, and a link to your website. Application is free and $25 to reserve a space (free for members of the Harcum community). The cost is $25 for an 8' x 4' table. Businesses are permitted to share a table. Tickets cost $5 with student ID and $10 for general admission. They can be purchased online at www.harcum.edu/fashionshow18. For information on the fashion show, contact Freddie Curtis at 610-526-6051 or wcurtis@harcum.edu.

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Wayne Art Center Honors String Orchestra Presents “An Evening of Music for Strings” Free Concert Monday, April 16 at 7:30 p.m. ayne Art Center Honors String Orchestra will present a concert on Monday, April 16, 7:30 p.m. at Wayne Art Center. The performance is free and open to the public. Under the direction of conductor and Wayne resident Joyce S. Prichard, music will include a Suite for Strings by Charpentier, Vivaldi Concerto for two cellos and strings, Bernstein’s Somewhere from West Side Story, and Cappriccio Espagnol by Rimsky-Korsakov. Wayne Art Center Honors String Orchestra is comprised of talented young adult string players who auditioned for selection. Students from Haverford High School, Lower Merion High School, Marple Newtown High School, Radnor High School, Upper Darby High School, Archbishop Carroll High School, Archbishop Wood High School, Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy and the Independent Home Education Program were selected for the advanced performing group. For information about upcoming auditions for the 2018 Wayne Art Center Honors String Orchestra, contact joyce@wayneart.org – Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087, 610-688-3553, www.wayneart.org.

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