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Opened: September 8, 1994
Closing: October 22, 1994

Philadelphia, Here I Come! - 1994 - Broadway History , Info & More

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1530 Broadway at 45th St. New York, NY

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Irish Repertory Theatre Unveils Cast for ARISTOCRATS - Part of The Friel Project
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 16, 2023

Get all the latest updates on the casting, dates, and venue for the upcoming production of ARISTOCRATS - Part of The Friel Project at Irish Rep. Don't miss out on this exciting show!

TRANSLATIONS Extended at Irish Repertory Theatre Through End of December
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 8, 2023

Irish Repertory Theatre's Translations has received a four-week extension and will now play through Sunday December 31, 2023.

Taylor Acorn Announces Good Enough U.S. & Australia Tour
by Michael Major - Nov 7, 2023

Beginning in Tampa on April 11th at Crowbar, Taylor will visit over 20 cities across the U.S. including stops in New York, Boston, Nashville, Detroit, Seattle, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Dallas and more before wrapping up in Houston, TX on May 11th at the House of Blues Peacock Room. 

BenDeLaCreme & Jinkx Monsoon Kick Off Holiday Tour
by Michael Major - Nov 6, 2023

The international tour marks the duo’s biggest yet, featuring more cities, more shows, and even bigger theaters (including the iconic Dolby Theatre). The tour will run from November 8 - December 30 across the US, UK, and Canada with a new show written by DeLa and Jinkx that proves they’re still the reigning “queens of Christmas'.'

Pianist Haskell Small Continues CELEBRATION OF HEALING Concert Tour in Chicago
by Blair Ingenthron - Nov 5, 2023

Pianist Haskell Small's 'Celebration of Healing' concert tour comes to Chicago's Epiphany Hall on November 16, featuring a free program of Beethoven's Diabelli variations. Check out all the details here!

Cold War Kids Share 10th Studio Album 'COLD WAR KIDS'
by Blair Ingenthron - Nov 4, 2023

COLD WAR KIDS share details about their 10th studio album and reveal a North American headline tour starting January 31.

Toosii Announces Forthcoming Project 'Jaded'
by Michael Major - Nov 3, 2023

TOOSII announces his forthcoming project, 'JADED', set to be released on November 17 via South Coast Music Group/Capitol Records. Alongside the project announce, Toosii releases the raw and emotional new single “Suffice.” The song was produced by the trio of Yozo, C7actus, and Kevin Varol.

Shakespeare Theatre Company Reveals Full Details for MACBETH, Starring Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma
by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 31, 2023

Shakespeare Theatre Company has announced the location, cast, and creative team for the highly-anticipated spring production of Macbeth. Directed by STC Artistic Director Simon Godwin, Macbeth stars Tony and BAFTA Award-winner Ralph Fiennes and Olivier Award-winner Indira Varma as the leading lord and lady. Learn more about the location, cast, and creative team here!

Lisa LeBlanc Embarking on US Tour This December
by Michael Major - Oct 30, 2023

“Dans l’jus” is a dazzling disco groover with a grandiose opening, a solid rhythm section and shimmering, hypnotic arrangements as lyrics reflect the omnipresence burn-out in our society. LeBlanc performed in front of an audience of over 45,000 people and the entire show was broadcast on ICI Radio-Canada Télé.

Flor Releases New Single 'Same Color as The Sun'
by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 28, 2023

Flor Releases New Single 'Same Color as The Sun' and announces upcoming tour dates with The Maine.

by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 28, 2023

VIDEO AGE has released their new album 'Away From The Castle'. Check out the latest release from the band and catch them on their headline tour.

Jasper String Quartet Releases 'Insects And Machines'
by Michael Major - Oct 27, 2023

The Jasper String Quartet Releases 'Insects And Machines' - Vivian Fung's String Quartets - on Sono Luminus, the premiere commercial recording of Fung's Quartets Nos. 1-4. The portrait album was recorded by the Jasper String Quartet (violinists J Freivogel and Karen Kim, violist Andrew Gonzalez, and cellist Rachel Henderson Freivogel).

Death Of Classical Presents Sybarite 5 In the New York Premiere Of Jackson Greenberg's APARTMENTS, November 29
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 23, 2023

Philadelphia-born, LA-based composer Jackson Greenberg, whose output includes both avant-garde experimental works and award-winning Hollywood film soundtracks, is issuing two recordings in October.

Vincent Neil Emerson Shares Title Track From Upcoming Shooter Jennings-Produced Album 'The Golden Crystal Kingdom'
by Michael Major - Oct 20, 2023

Vincent Neil Emerson shares the title track from his album 'The Golden Crystal Kingdom,' produced by Shooter Jennings. Their album doesn't come across as a hit piece, but more of a solemn recollection of his tough nights on stage, longing to be in front of his hometown crowd at the “Country Store,” or John T. Floore's Country Store in Texas.

MANNEQUIN PUSSY Announce New Album With New Single 'I Don't Know You'
by Michael Major - Oct 17, 2023

MANNEQUIN PUSSY announces new album with a new single 'I Don't Know You'. Get all the details about the upcoming release and listen to the new single. Mannequin Pussy is Colins “Bear” Regisford, Kaleen Reading, Maxine Steen and Marisa Dabice. Following the 2019 release of their third album Patience, Mannequin Pussy returned for their EP Perfect.

Arcadia Grey Releases New Track 'Made 4 Luv'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 17, 2023

In conjunction with their signing to Smartpunk Records, Chicago's own punk rock band Arcadia Grey are celebrating the release of their newest track, 'Made 4 Luv.'

Industry Pro Newsletter: Does the nonprofit model still work for arts organizations? And the FTC Issues New Rule on Ticketing “Junk” Fees
by Alex Freeman - Oct 16, 2023

From the start of this newsletter in the pandemic, we’ve been covering the evolution of the performing arts industry, and the articles we’ve compiled this week underscore that evolution in a big way. The first of those articles being the very question on if the nonprofit model is still working for arts organizations anymore.

Music From The Sole's I DIDN'T COME TO STAY to be Presented at Rowan University
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 13, 2023

Experience the captivating performance of 'I Didn't Come to Stay' at Rowan University, where Brazilian tap dancer Leonardo Sandoval and bassist Gregory Richardson lead a talented ensemble in exploring the roots and connections of tap dance to other Afrodiasporic forms. Discover the joy, strength, and virtuosity of Black dance and music in this thought-provoking show.

The Living Legends Foundation Celebrates Legends in Media, Music, and Entertainment
by Stephi Wild - Oct 10, 2023

In celebration of Hip-Hop at 50, The Living Legends Foundation (LLF) honored and celebrated an esteemed group of media, music, and entertainment legends on October 6, at Taglyan Cultural Complex in Hollywood, CA.

Video: END Share 'Thaw' Video
by Michael Major - Oct 10, 2023

END — Guitarist Will Putney, vocalist Brendan Murphy, guitarist Gregory Thomas, bassist Jay Pepito, and drummer Matt Guglielmo — will release their second album The Sin of Human Frailty. The popular rock band, has released a new music video for their song 'Thaw.' Watch the video now for a thrilling visual experience.

Sun Room Barely Makes It Through The Week On 'At Least I Tried'
by Michael Major - Oct 5, 2023

Produced by Zac Carper of FIDLAR, Sun Room got to team up with one of their biggest musical influences from growing up in California. The two-and-a-half-minute ripper runs from Monday to Sunday, seeing the band lose their keys, crash their car, and an appearance from recurring character in their music, their van getting towed.

Jeffrey Martin Confronts Callous Homophobia on 'Red Station Wagon' Single
by Michael Major - Oct 3, 2023

Portland, Oregon artist Jeffrey Martin recently announced the release of Thank God We Left the Garden, his first new full-length since 2017's One Go Around. The album was released via Fluff & Gravy Records (Margo Cilker, Kassi Valazza) and Loose Music in the UK/EU (Andrew Combs, Courtney Marie Andrews).

Composer/Violist Jessica Meyer Unveils 23/24 Season Featuring Lorelei Portrait Album, World Premieres And More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 2, 2023

Discover the exciting 23/24 season of composer and violist Jessica Meyer, featuring world premieres and New York premieres. Don't miss the highly-anticipated performances of In the Path of Totality and with a gift for burning.

Philadelphia Coming Out Parade Unveils Line-Up With Giselle Fetterman, Robert Drake, and More
by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 29, 2023

Philadelphia is ready to make history once again. Pride 365: A Program of Galaei will present the inaugural Philadelphia OURfest: National Coming Out Parade and Festival/Resource Fair, the first National Coming Out Parade in the United States. Get event and lineup information here!

Leela Dance Collective Reaches $1 Million Goal for Endowment Fund
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 26, 2023

Leela Dance Collective, the Los Angeles-based kathak dance company, announces the successful achievement of its $1 million goal for The Leela Foundation. Learn how this endowment fund will support the future of kathak dance and Hindustani classical music in the United States.


Philadelphia, Here I Come! has had 2 productions including Broadway which opened in 1966 and Broadway which opened in 1994.



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