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A new exhibition at the Barnes shows how Marie Cuttoli enlisted the talents of some of the 20th century’s biggest artists to help revive and redefine the art of the French tapestry. Gary D…
Karen Olivier’s epic exhibition at ICA looks at monuments: what they mean, and what they could mean. Gary Day reviews.
Ephrat Asherie’s exuberant choreography in the Philly premiere of ‘Odeon’ brought the normally staid Annenberg audience to its feet. Gary Day reviews.
Filmmaker Alla Kovgan’s new biography examines how choreographic genius Merce Cunningham changed the face of modern dance. Gary Day reviews.
With ‘One-Man Nutcracker,’ Chris Davis brings some welcome grown-up wit to the hoary holiday chestnut. Gary L. Day reviews.
Director Michael Apted’s 55-year social experiment on film ends with a powerful lesson about the wisdom age can bring. Gary Day reviews.
Carolyn Harper’s fabric-based work, now on view at Muse Gallery, compels a close look at what some would rather not see. Gary Day reviews.
François Ozon’s docudrama, ‘By the Grace of God,’ is based on a true story of a group of men who took on the priest who sexually abused them as children, and the Catholic hierarchy th…
NextMove closed out its season with a mixed bag of crowd-pleasing works by David Parsons at the Annenberg’s Zellerbach Theatre. Gary L. Day reviews.
After 35 years at its helm, Sara Garonzik plans to step away from the Philadelphia Theater Company. Critic Gary Day recalls the impact she had on him and his career.