Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774
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Philly's comedy scene has grown so big that there's even a school for those who want to learn how to be comedians. The founder of Philadelphia Comedy Academy describes the "magnetic attraction" between Judaism and comic entertainment.
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Head to the new playhouse inside the Independence Seaport Museum to see the new play You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up , an unflinchingly honest account of the lengths one Jewish couple has gone to make their marriage wok.
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Former teacher-tuned-actor Steve Solomon embodies more than 20 characters in the second incarnation of his one-man comedy show "My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm Still in Therapy."
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Six cultural innovators share what drives them to deliver new experiences
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An intimate look at the creative processes of six of Philadelphia's beloved artists.
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A local couple succeeds in getting the fabled Prince Theater out of bankruptcy and ready for a new season this fall.
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