Arts & Culture

FRIDAY A League of Their Own Rosie O’Donnell, Madonna and more start in this Penny Marshall-directed film about a women’s baseball team.

In what is sure to be a hot ticket, Philadelphia Theatre Company presents the world premiere of the latest production by legendary gay playwright Terrence McNally, who has won almost every major award the theater world has to offer and penned classics like “Lips Together, Teeth Apart” and “Love! Valour! Compassion!”

“Golden Age” uses the glamour and glitz of Paris circa 1835 as the setting for one of the most anticipated events of the day, the world premiere of Vincenzo Bellini’s latest opera, “I Puritani.

THEATER Almost, Maine The Players Club of Swarthmore Theater presents an off-beat comedy where love takes some surprising turns for folks in a tiny northern town, through Jan.

Mauckingbird Theatre Company is continuing its mission to produce thought-provoking LGBT-themed theater with productions of “The Threshing Floor” and “TRU,” two one-man shows about the lives of iconic gay writers James Baldwin and Truman Capote, respectively.

Judging from the amount of patrons on a Monday night and the expansion of their menu to include lunch, the good people at Supper, 926 South St.

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Theater Almost, Maine The Players Club of Swarthmore Theater presents an off-beat comedy where love takes some surprising turns for folks in a tiny northern town, Jan.

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