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British Band The Lightyears Performing in Philadelphia Up Close and Personal at Jamey’s House of Music August 16

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WXPN Presents “My Mother Has Four Noses” New Musical Written and Performed By Jonatha Brooke XPN, the nationally-recognized leader in Triple A music and non-commercial radio service of the University of Pennsylvania, will present My Mother Has Four Noses, a new musical written and performed by Jonatha Brooke, at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Criticallyacclaimed singer-songwriter Jonatha

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Education News Pages 8 & 9 The Lightyears relax by the River Thames after a concert in London. From left – Chris Russell, keyboards; John Owens, bass; Tony Lyons, drums; and George Owens, guitar. Join them for an intimate, semi-acoustic performance at Jamey’s House of Music on August 16, at 8 p.m. ust a handful of tickets remain for the much anticipated Literary Evening on Friday, August 16, with British band The Lightyears at Jamey’s House of Music, in Philadelphia. After being voted the UK’s Best Pop/Rock Act at the 2009 Indy Awards in London, The Lightyears embarked on a world tour, shared the stage with rock icons like The Who and Queen, played to 50,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in London, and recorded an album with Paul MCartney’s producer. They even attracted the attention of the upper echelons of British society. They were asked to provide the music for Queen Elizabeth’s Birthday Ball, and at last summer’s UK Olympics The Lightyears wrote the music for the Olympic Torch Ceremony, which they

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Tickets are now available for acclaimed singer-songwriter Jonatha Brooke’s poignant one-woman musical play “My Mother Has Four Noses,” based on Brooke’s care of her mother during her mother’s final two years battling Alzheimer’s disease, which will be presented on Wednesday, September 11, at World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, by WXPN 88.5 as part of the 2013 Fringe Festival.

performed live with an orchestra, choir, and 600 children! Now The Lightyears’ keyboard player, Chris Russell, has written a novel called Mockstars. Although a work of fiction, music fans will no doubt recognize the characters who flit through its pages. The book has already been acclaimed by UK Critics; Alex Marsh described it as “Hilarious! It’s Bill Byson meets Spinal Tap!” The book, and a new album, will appear in the US this Fall. The Lightyears will take a break from playing major venues on their current American tour to play an intimate, semi-acoustic show at the tiny Jamey’s House of Music in Philadelphia on Friday August 16, when Chris Russell will also read excerpts from his new book.

Brooke will bring this poignant and humorous one-woman musical play to Philadelphia as part of Philly Fringe Fest 2013. My Mother Has Four Noses is based on Brooke’s care of her mother during her mother’s final two years battling Alzheimer’s disease. Of her late mother, Brooke said, “She was a character. She was a published poet, a Christian Scientist, a clown, and always up for drama. Almost daily she would say, ‘Boolie (my nickname), that’s good! Are you getting this down? We should make a play out of it!’ I did get it down, and I did write a play. It is my songs, her poems and our stories enmeshed. It is a

See The Lightyears Perform August 16 on page 7

See “My Mother Has Four Noses” on page 8

The Mann and Jacobs Music Team Up to Support Musicopia and Collect Musical Instruments Donate an Instrument – Get Free Tickets to the Orchestra August 1! o enhance The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Van Cliburn Tribute Concert at the Mann on August 1, Jacobs Music Company and the Mann team up to support Musicopia’s Gift of Music Program with a music instrument drive for children and schools. Each

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From left – Maxwell Chambers, 13, of Berwyn, PA, who has been in the Musicopia String Orchestra for two years and has been thrilled to receive a piano and a violin; Catherine Cahill, President and CEO of the Mann; Denise Kinney, executive director of Musicopia; Chris Rinaldi, President of Jacobs Music Company and Emily Martin, 13, a member of the Musicopia String Orchestra and who lives in Radnor, PA. instrument donor will be rewarded with two tickets to attend this exciting concert. Leaders of the Philadelphia music community met at Jacobs Music See Donate Musical Instruments to Musicopia on page 4


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Jazz at Hawthorne Park Jazz at Hawthorne Park continues its free summer concert series at 12th and Catharine Streets in Philadelphia on the third Thursday of every month this summer. Bring a chair and prepare to groove with the Renaissance Quartet with Tyrone Brown on July 18, Webb T’s Fleet on August 15, and the Venissa Santi’s Quartet on September 19. These performers are the crème de la crème of the Philly jazz scene, so spend a glorious early evening concert in one of the finest parks the city has to offer. All of the concerts start at 7 p.m. For info: 215-517-8337 or visit http://www.jazzbridge.org/events/ sponsored-partnerships/.

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With the summer theater camps in full swing, Center Stage Productions (CSP) prepares for the final performance for its Showcase Workshop. See “Fame Jr.” in the Fred P. Meagher Theatre from Thursday, July 18, to Saturday, July 20. Complete with a high-energy, contemporary score, “Fame Jr.” intends to delight all ages. Performances run July 18-20 at 11 a.m. with an evening performance on July 20 at 7:30 p.m. General admission is $7. The group rate for 15 or more is $5 each. For information, call 610-558-5626. “Fame Jr.” plays at Neumann University starring, from left – Brooke Lauginger, Julie Lamon, Bethany Wilson, Vittoria Rybak, Thomas Dempsey, Haydn Brown, Elizabeth Scravello, Tom Baney, Emma Messar, Talia Speak and Georgia Kerns.

“Imaginings from Nature,” the new exhibition at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens (PMG), is a compilation of whimsical and wild narratives by local ceramic artist Katia McGuirk. Walk into the earthy, storybook dreamscapes of McGuirk’s forestlike animal figurines. Sparrows, owls, squirrels, and rabbits scamper across PMG’s walls; clay flowers climb up from the floor; trees lure viewers, offering carefully-crafted Ultimate Beach leaves and apples. The exhibit openFrisbee Tournament ed July 12 and runs through AuReturns to the gust 25. Philadelphia’s Magic Wildwoods Gar dens is located at 1020-1022 South Street, Philadelphia. For The 21st Annual Co-Ed Ultimate info, visit www.philadelphiasmag- Beach Frisbee Tournament, the icgardens.org or call 215-733-0390. largest Ultimate Beach Tournament in the world, returns to the Wild“The Snowy Day and woods from Friday, July 26 through the Art of Ezra Jack Sunday, July 28. The tournament takes place on the award-winning Keats” Exhibition beaches of Wildwood, from Oak to “The Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Rio Grande Avenues. Over 400 teams Jack Keats,” the first major United will participate in this action-packStates exhibition to pay tribute to ed Frisbee Tournament consisting award-winning author and illustra- of 4-on-4 team competition for playtor Ezra Jack Keats (1916-1983), ers of all levels, 18 years of age and whose beloved children’s books in- older. Competitions will be held from clude “Whistle for Willie” (1964), 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Saturday and “Peter’s Chair” (1967), and “The Sunday, and admission is FREE to Snowy Day” (1962), opens at the spectators. For info, call 856-696National Museum of American Jew- 9705 or visit www.WildwoodUltiish History on July 19 and re - mate.com. mains on view through October 20, 2013. A Family Guide for the Singles Dance exhibition will be available at the and Social information desk throughout the run Saturday, July 27, a Singles Dance of the exhibition. Special curricula will be offered for preschools, and Social will be held at Nineteen school/camp groups, and families. 19 Niteclub, 8 p.m. to Midnight, Contact education@nmajh.org or (1254 West Chester Pike, Havercall 215-923-3811 ext. 153 for info town, 19083); $15 admission. Come at 6:45 p.m. for Hustle Dance Instrucor visit http://www.nmajh.org. tion included with admission. Sponsored by Professional and Busi For added impact ness Singles Network (PBSN). This advertise your upcoming group is for 40s, 50s and 60+ sinevent in CITY SUBURBAN gles. For info, call Bob 610-805-5827, NEWS! Call 610-667-6623 or visit www.PBSNinfo.com. PBSN’s for Great Rates! DJ, will be spinning your favorite

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Food Donation Drop off at Library The Haverford Township Free Library at 1601 Darby Road in Havertown is a drop off point for both food donations and now also unused toiletry and unused and sealed medicine donations for the Upper Darby Food Center. The library has two bins in its vestibule for donations of appropriate items. No glass, refrigerated, or frozen items. Also, no expired items are acceptable so please check expiration dates carefully. Baby formula is also welcome. Many families and older adults in the Delaware County area are struggling to meet basic needs so all donations are sincerely appreciated.

“Brett Fest” at World Cafe Live The Philadelphia music community is rallying behind one of its own for “Brett Fest” on Friday, August 16, at World Cafe Live, sponsored by WMMR / Jaxon’s Local Shots. The benefit concert is in support of Brett Talley (lead guitarist for IKE), who is currently battling CML (Chronic Mylogenous Leukemia). The extravaganza will feature an unprecedented lineup of some of the city’s top artists from the past ten years, in-

cluding reunion sets by IKE, Pawnshop Roses, and Awesome Bros – a super group of sorts, featuring members of Jealousy Curve, IKE, and Ron DiSilvestro on drums. Also performing throughout the night will be, John & Brittany, Matt Duke, Susan Steen, The Jellybricks, The Better Half, Rodger Delany, Boy Wonder, Phil Murphy, Otho (formerly Perineum), Paul Wiese, and Mike Mitchell. Tickets are $15 in advance, with no added fees if purchased direct at www.IKEOnline.net or w w w. J o h n B r i t t a n y. c o m . Fundraising raffles will be held at the event with all net proceeds from the concert going directly to Brett and his family. For information, visit: http://on.fb.me/184PCdA.

Used CD-DVD Sale at Library The Haverford Township Free Library is having a summer long used DVD-CD sale on the first floor of the library. New items will be added as current inventory is sold. Most items are $1-$3 with a few boxed sets at $5. Stop in and stock up! Proceeds will benefit the library directly. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road in Havertown. Contact the Reference desk at 610-446-3082 ext. 201 for information or directions.

Local Nationwide Agents Support Philabundance Eighteen Nationwide Insurance agents in the Philadelphia region are joining Philabundance in the fight against hunger by hosting a community food drive. Through the month of July to July 31, people are encouraged to drop off non-perishable items at any of the participating locations, found at www.philabundance.org/nationwide. Donations will be accepted Monday - Friday during regular business hours. Choose products that are in boxes, cans, or plastic bottles and do not have to be refrigerated. Bread and baked goods are not ideal because of their short shelf life. Items should be recently purchased and in good condition. Some of the most needed and highly demanded items are: Macaroni and Cheese, Can ned/Shelf-Stable Tuna, Canned Pasta, Canned Beef Stew, Canned Chili, Creamy Peanut Butter, Jelly, Canned Green Beans, Canned Corn, Canned Fruit, Breakfast Cereal and Hot Cereal. For info about Philabundance, go to www.philabundance.org. The agents accepting food donations are located in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. Say You Saw It in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS!

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community programs, operations, and historic preservation of the National Historic Landmark Keith House at Graeme Park. Admission is $10 for adults (18+) and $5 for youth (13-17) or $30/family (2 adults and On Saturday, July 20 from 12 noon to 4 p.m., the South Street Head- accompanying children). Two-day adult passes are also available for house District, in conjunction with Hot Diggity!, will host the 2nd Annual $15/each. Call 215-343-0965 for details. Directions are available on our Dog Days of Summer hot dog cook-off contest and celebration. The website at www.graemepark.org. newly revamped event will be held at the Historic Headhouse Shambles, located on 400 Block of South 2nd Street between Lombard and Pine. Apollo Theater Comes to Philadelphia for Come hungry and ready to try the best hot dogs that Philadelphia has to Amateur Night Auditions offer! This year, the cook-off competition will feature hot dogs created by The Apollo Theater announces upcoming Amateur Night auditions in 11 of Philadelphia’s favorite restaurants as well as an amateur toppings contest. VIP Tickets for the event are available for $25 in advance at par- Philadelphia. Amateur Night producers will tap into the considerable talticipating restaurants or through Event Brite (www.2nddogdaysofsum- ent in the City of Brotherly Love to audition to compete in the current mer.eventbrite.com). An advance purchase of $25 will entitle buyers to season in Harlem, NY. Auditions for Amateur Night will be held in Phila12 tickets and entrance to the event for a VIP hour from Noon - 1 p.m. delphia on Saturday, July 27, beginning at 10 a.m. This marks the first The general public portion of the event will take place from 1 p.m. - 4 time Amateur Night auditions will be held in Philadelphia. Auditions are p.m. Tickets may be purchased on the day of the event at 10 for $25, 4 open to all vocalists, dancers, comedians, spoken word artists, and other for $10, or 2 for $5. Tickets may be used for either food or beverage. performers trying to win a coveted spot on the Apollo’s stage. Another Proceeds from the ticket sales for this event will be used to match funds round of auditions for Amateur Night’s 2013 season will be in New York awarded to the South Street Headhouse District by the John S. and City on Saturday, August 3 for gospel talent only. Important Note: For James L. Knight Foundation under the Knight Arts Challenge Grant pro- Amateur Night, only children ages 5 to 15 will be considered for the gram to initiate a new music and street performance series for the South “Child Stars of Tomorrow” segment. For those competing in the adult category, you must be 16 years and older to compete in the adult category. Street Headhouse corridor. Children under 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult. For a complete list of audition guidelines and rules, visit www.apollotheater.org. For AmaGraeme Park’s 17th Annual Celtic Festival teur Night auditions, judges will only see the first 300 acts if time perThe Friends of Graeme Park have amped up the annual Celtic Heritage mits, so arrive early. Amateur Night at the Apollo weekly performances Festival into a two-day Celtic Weekend. Top-notch entertainment, inare independent from the APOLLO LIVE and SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO cluding the popular Glengarry Bhoys, Seamus Kennedy and Blackwater taped events. will be performing in the covered Festival Tent. Other musical entertainment includes Irish Thunder, MacGregor, and Bucks Caledonian Pipe Bristol Riverside Theatre Presents and Drum Bands, the popular Celtic Martins, Carl Peterson, and new to “Ol’ Man River” the festival, Melinda Crawford, the U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Champion, who will be both performing and conducting a Scottish fiddle work- Bristol Riverside Theatre presents “Ol’ Man River,” running July 18 shop for attendees who bring their own fiddles. In addition to the music, July 28, as part of its Summer Musicale series. “Ol’ Man River” pays other aspects of Celtic heritage will be celebrated. As in previous years, homage to Broadway’s African American leading men and the shows that vendors selling Celtic wares, including jewelry, textiles, knitwear, wood- made them famous. The tribute includes songs from Show Boat, Ragenware, metalwork, pottery, and kilts will be on hand along with various time, Pippin’, Porgy & Bess, and Man of La Mancha. The evening will feaCeltic clans and associations. For children there will be a moon bounce, ture the charismatic, smooth-voiced baritone Keith Spencer accompagames and crafts, and special performances by Seamus Kennedy, the nied by Keith Baker and the BRT Concert Band. Tickets begin at $30 Kilted Juggler, and Ruthanne Ankney. The event, which is in its 17th ($10 for students) and are available by calling the BRT Box Office at 215year, is being held on Saturday, July 20 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sun- 785-0100 or visiting brtstage.org. Bristol Riverside Theatre is located at day, July 21 from 12 noon to 6 p.m. The festival is the Friends of 120 Radcliffe Street in Bristol, PA. Graeme Park’s largest fundraising event to support educational and THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK!

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7th Annual Lancaster Avenue Jazz & Arts Festival his summer PEC is hosting its 7th Annual Lancaster Avenue Jazz & Arts Festival, a one day event that celebrates the rich history of Jazz and the arts in Philadelphia. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, July 20, and will kick-off at 10 a.m. with the re-launch of uGO Health & Fitness Challenge West, and the West Powelton Steppers. Live performances will take place between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m., with Lancaster Avenue Gallery Hop tours taking place between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. All activities will take place in Penn Presbyterian Medical Center – Saunders Park Greene (39th & Powelton), one block south of the Lancaster Avenue business corridor. Enjoy vocal, instrumental and dance performances in traditional, fusion, rhythm, blue note and smooth jazz. We have an exciting lineup scheduled which includes the internationally acclaimed artist Tim Warfield as the headliner, and an eclectic ensemble of Jazz performances which includes PHILAYVA featuring vocalist Charlene Holloway, Glenn Bryan, Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble, Bandleader Lovett Hines and the Cleft Club Youth Ensemble, Hamin Melvin, Najwa Parkins, David Stevens, and Charles Washing-

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Company at 1718 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia to launch the music donation program. In collaboration with Musicopia, the Mann is asking guests at this concert to bring used (or new) instruments that will support Musicopia’s Gift of Music program where instruments are refreshed or repaired, and placed in schools with students who are eager to play but cannot afford an instrument. This year, Musicopia has reached an all-time high by collecting over 600 instruments. Denise Kinney, executive director of Musicopia, is most appreciative of this effort to build support for the Instrument Drive and said, “I’m really excited to be working with the Mann. Their rich tradition of community engagement, particularly with the region’s youth, is well known. There is an excellent synergy between our two organizations,” she said enthusiastically. “In addition, Jacobs Music Company has been a great community partner. They are drop-off locations for donated instruments at all of their stores.” In advance of the concert, instruments can be dropped at Jacobs Music Company at 1718 Chestnut Street in exchange for undercover ticket vouchers for the Van Cliburn Tribute Concert. Two tickets will be given to the first 50 people who make instrument donations. The late American pianist Van Cliburn had a long and cherished relationship with Philadelphia audiences and the city’s renowned orchestra. At this concert, Vadym Kholodenko, the Gold Medalist of the Fourteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, will not only perform with The Philadelphia Orchestra as part of his grand prize, he will also perform on the Steinway concert grand piano that was part of Van Cliburn’s piano collection. Audiences will thrill to one of the great Romantic piano concertos and orchestral music beloved by Mr. Cliburn as Cristian Macelaru leads The Philadelphia Orchestra in this special concert. For tickets and information, visit manncenter.org.

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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Dining & Entertainment News By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts at the Academy of Music, in Philadelphia, presents Wicked, through August 4, the untold story of the witches of Oz. The one born with emerald-green skin is smart, fiery and misunderstood; the other is beautiful, ambitious, and very popular. They become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. For tickets (starting at $40) or info, call 215-731-3333 or online visit www.kimmelcenter.org/broadway. • Hedgerow Theatre, 64 Rose Valley Road in Rose Valley, PA (near Media), presents its 12th annual Ray Cooney farce, Run For Your Wife, through August 18, the story of a London taxi driver, John Smith, who leads two completely separate lives, each with a different wife, all within several miles of each other. He has to scramble to keep them from finding out about the other, in an ever-escalating series of mishaps. For tickets or information, call 610-565-4211 or online visit www.hedgerowtheatre.org. • Act II Playhouse, 56 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA, presents Summer Flings, a three-week festival of music, comedy and improvisation, from: July 18 - 21, Just Wingin’ It, featuring some of Philly’s funniest improvisers. July 25 28, Heeere’s Tony!, a live talk show, hosted by Tony Braithwaite and sidekick Howie Brown. August 1 - 4, Broadway on Butler, a fun, musical show with song and dance from favorite Broadway musicals of the 50s, 60s and 70s. For tickets ($20 for adults, $17 for seniors, $15 for subscribers, and $10 for students) or info, call 215-654-0200 or visit www.act2.org. • Sellersville Theater 1894, 24 West Temple Avenue in Sellersville, PA (Off Route 309 between Quakertown and Montgomeryville), presents Celtic Cultural Alliance Fundraiser with the Glengarry Bhoys & Barleyjuice, Sunday, July 21, 7 p.m. for tickets ($25) or info, call 215-257-5808 or visit www.st94.com. • Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, NJ, presents Don Rickles in the Arena, Saturday, July 20, 8 p.m. One of the most respected talents in entertainment, Rickles, known affectionately as Mr. Warmth, got his start in the night clubs. In 1958, Rickles made his film debut in Run Silent Run Deep and afterward, starred in films like X: The Man with the XRay Eyes, The Rat Race, Enter Laughing, Kelly’s Heroes, and Casino. He is known to younger generations for his work most recently in the Toy Story franchise as the voice of the grouchy Mr. Potato Head character. In 1973, Rickles became a regular on Dean Martin’s celebrity roasts, appearing frequently for the next decade, and paying tribute to friends like Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, and even served as Roastmaster for Dean Martin himself. Rickles became an in-demand guest star not only for TV sitcoms, but also dramatic series. He starred in a number of network series, including C.P.O. Sharkey. After memorable appearances starting in the 1960s with Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show, to this day, Rickles continues to be a much sought after guest

Jenn Gambatese and Alison Luff as Glinda and Elphaba in “Wicked.” Photo/Joan Marcus on the talk show circuit frequently appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. For tickets ($69, $49 & $29) or info, call 1-800-7361420 or visit www.ticketmaster.com. Dining Around • Bar Ferdinand, 1030 North 2nd Street in Philadelphia, offers Chef David Ansill’s secrets to a perfect paella, Friday, July 26, 7 p.m. Chef Ansill will bring his kitchen outdoors and offer an al fresco Paella cooking class with an evening of learning, tasting, and cooking by demonstrating the traditional techniques of preparing Spain’s most recognized dish. The event includes a selection of tapas appetizers and Bar Ferdinand’s signature dish, Paella Valenciana! Each guest will receive a Starter Paella Kit that includes Bomba rice, chorizo, and paella stock. The event cost is $40 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Rain date Friday, August 2. For reservations or info, call 215-923-1313 or visit www.barferdinand.com. Special Event • East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District offers their 8th Annual Car Show and Street Festival, Sunday, July 28, Noon to 5 p.m., between Broad and Dickinson streets, in Philadelphia. Wine and dine among the cars and enjoy music, vendors, circus performances, kids’ activities, and the Bang! Boom! CRAFT! Show. Admission free for attendees and $15 for cars. Rain date Sunday, August 4. For info, visit www.visiteastpassyunk.com. See Out & About on page 7

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potlight Theatre zealously opens its 73rd season with Frederico Garcia Lorca’s “The House of Bernarda Alba,” directed by Thomas-Robert Irvin, as part of its Innovation series. After the mourners depart the funeral of Bernarda’s second husband, the tyrannical matriarch announces to her five daughters that their period of mourning is to last for eight years. Translated into English by Emily Mann, “The House of Bernarda Alba” is produced by special arrangements with Dramatists Play Service, and will run July 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, and 27. Tickets for 8 p.m. performances (Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays) cost $15 each; tickets for the 2 p.m. matinee on July 21 cost $12 each. All performances will take place at 129 Park Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081. To purchase tickets online, visit www.SpotlightTheatrePA.org. For information, call 610-328-1079.

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“Each track on the new album reflects a chapter in the book,” explained tour manager, Jonathan Clifton, “In the sixties, bands produced ‘concept albums’ with a unifying theme linking the tracks. The Lightyears have taken it to the next level. They’ve produced an album that is the soundtrack to a novel. I don’t think anyone’s ever done that before.” For Lightyears’ fans, seeing the band up close at a Philadelphia premier event, and the promised opportunity to meet and chat with them afterwards, has made this show a hot item this summer. Jamey’s House of Music is located at 5841 Overbrook Avenue, adjacent to St. Joseph’s University. To grab your tickets go to: www.jameyshouseofmusic.com. SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS

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This classic story has long been a family favorite! pper Darby Summer Stage presents Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr.,” one of Disney’s most classic tales. Performances are on July 23, 24, 25, and 26 at 10:30 a.m. and on July 25 at 7:30 p.m. The show is approximately 70 minutes and is ideal for ages 4 and up. July 23 is a special additional performance! In a magical kingdom below the surface of the ocean, Ariel (Olivia Cicalese of Swarthmore) wishes desperately to leave her home and live a life above the water. First she must defy her father King Triton (Nicky Kirschner of Ardmore), make a deal with the sly and evil sea witch Ursula (Danielle Agan of Springfield) and convince Prince Eric (Scott Berkowitz of Havertown) that she is the girl with the beautiful voice. With the help of her friend Flounder (Nick Vecchione of Springfield) and everyone’s favorite crab Sebastian (Toney Goins of Lansdowne), “The Little Mermaid, Jr.” is certain to be an enchanting, timeless, and musical adventure! Limited tickets remain and may be purchased at the Box Office, by calling 610-622-1189 or online at www.udpac.org. The Upper Darby PerPhoto/Cate R. Paxson Performing in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr.” are, from left – forming Arts Center is located in Drexel Hill at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue, minutes from the Main Danielle Agan of Springfield as “Ursula,” Toney Goins of Philadelphia as “Sebastian,” Olivia Cicales of Swarthmore as “Ariel,” and and Line and Center City. Parking is free. Nick Vecchione of Springfield as “Flounder.” The show is under the direction of Dawn Morningstar, one of Upper Darby Summer Stage’s most veteran directors. “I think theatre is an experience like no other… I hope that people come away feeling they have taken a journey with the actors. Productions here are very high quality…the audience will see a professional production. I also feel it’s incredible how the audience gets to meet the cast after the show!” Children are invited to come early for pre-show activities before the morning performances and stay after the show to meet the cast members! Free babysitting is offered for those too young to enjoy the show quietly.

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comedy, a tragedy, but mostly a love story. And Mom would have insisted that I tell it.” Jonatha Brooke and her music are well-known to WXPN listeners from her years as a solo artist (since 1994) and before that as a member of the duo The Story. She has released ten albums and her songs have been featured in television shows and commercials, and in films. The Philly Fringe Fest production of My Mother Has Four Noses will be only its fourth, following summer performances at the Warner Theater in Torrington, CT and at the Playwright’s Center in Minneapolis. For information, visit http://xpn.org/events/four-noses.


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EDUCATION NEWS A CCOMPLISHED C HEF F RANCINE M ARZ TO L EAD MCCC C ULINARY A RTS I NSTITUTE ertified Executive Chef (CEC) Francine Marz joins Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) as the new director of its Culinary Arts Institute, which will officially open in late August in Towamencin Town Square. Chef Marz has an impressive resume of professional accolades, including a medal from the Food & Hotel China (FHC) culinary competition in Shanghai, China. She served as a board member of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) in Phoenix, AZ, and has held multiple sous chef, banquet chef and executive chef positions with Marriott and Renaissance Hotels, among other elite establishments. She has also taught many cooking classes at Le Creuset and Williams Sonoma, and has been featured on several radio and television segments in various parts of the country. With more than 15 years of industry experience, Chef Marz claims to “do a little bit of everything” in culinary and pastry arts, which has enabled her to combine her two passions – food and travel – into a successful and diverse career. “Foods are very regional, and the best way to see the country is to cook your way through it,” shared Marz, noting that she has traveled to and/or cooked in every region of the United States, learning how to prepare regional cuisines from the people who make them everyday. “I can bring my experiences from all these places to my students.” Her passion for sharing her knowledge has led Chef Marz to MCCC, where her leadership will be instrumental in launching the new Culinary Arts Institute. Certified Executive Chef Francine Marz joins “I strive to be the instructor/director I wish I had. All of my decisions go Montgomery County Community College as back to ‘how does this affect or influence students?’ That’s the priority,” the new director of its Culinary Arts Institute. she said. Marz holds her students to high standards. In return, they can expect a lively learning environment that blends culinary lessons with culturally-relevant music and media. They may even get some comedy—a throwback to the six months Chef Marz spent learning and performing stand-up comedy while she was in culinary school. Prior to arriving at MCCC, Marz was the Academic Department Director of Culinary Programs at the Art Institute of Phoenix, where she realigned curriculum with industry stands and introduced a new Hospitality, Food and Beverage degree program. She also taught a variety of culinary lab and lecture courses, as well as, coached multiple International and regional student culinary competition teams. Marz attended Johnson & Wales University in Charleston, S.C., earning Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees in both Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry Arts, and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Food Service Management. She also did a competitive internship as a culinary/baking assistant at Walt Disney World’s Contemporary Resort in Orlando, Fla. In 2011, she completed a Master’s of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree with concentrations in Finance and International Business from Argosy University in Phoenix, Ariz. To learn more about the Culinary Arts Institute at Montgomery County Community College, visit mc3.edu/culinary.

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Led by sophomores Major Tepper and Jimmy Boyle, The Haverford School Student Service Board held its 8th annual Home Run Derby between students and faculty/staff to raise funds for prostate and testicular cancer research. Students donated $3 each to dress down for the day and there were drawings for baseballs signed by Philadelphia Phillies players Cole Hamels and Carlos Ruiz. Over the past eight years, more than $11,700 has been raised through this student-driven event to help fight the number one cancer of males in the United States. Upper School Service Board members gathered with varsity baseball players following the derby: back row, from left – junior Jake Cohen, sophomore Jack Henderson, sophomore Jimmy Boyle, senior Garrett Grubb, Home Run Derby winner senior Stephen Fitzgerald, senior Matt Galetta, senior Stewart Denious, junior Chet Bickhart, senior Lucas Elek, junior John Zipf (co-president), and senior Amar Patel (co-president); front row – freshman Drew Clark, Carlos Ruiz signed baseball winner freshman Wayne Hester, freshman Eli Wachs, junior Max Gold, sophomore Berkeley Melvin, freshman David Desatnick, Service Learning Director Jini Loos, and sophomore Major Tepper. Not pictured: freshman Jonas Micolucci, winner of the baseball signed by Cole Hamels.

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