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30 Days of Philly Arts

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It's not every day you can see a 16-hour musical based on a telephone conversation or Norwegian actors emoting in fake Chinese or Yale trained musicians playing a desk. If you like your theater with an edge, if you prize innovation in dance and music, if you enjoy the unexpected onstage or at an out-of-the ordinary performance site, then FringeArts is for you.
You may not know that among the venerable cultural landmarks in Philadelphia the Walnut Street Theatre is historic. It's the oldest theater in the nation and celebrated its second century of continuous operation in 2009. The building at 9th and Walnut Streets is on the register of National Historic Landmarks.

The Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford has long been known as the home of works by three generations of Wyeths - magazine and book illustrator N.C. Wyeth, whom Outing Magazine called "one of our greatest, if not our greatest, painter of American outdoor life" in 1907, his son Andrew Wyeth,

Today is the last day to see the National Constitution Center's interactive 1968 Exhibit", about one of the most intense, eventful, important and tumultuous years in 20th century history. It was a year when Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix were high on the music charts and on drugs, and when Frank Borman, James Lovell and William Anders soared "Eight Miles High" into space to become the first humans to travel to the moon and back on Apollo 8. In 1968 television brought the Vietnam War home to America on the nightly news and revealed the war at home as protests against the war increased and activists clashed with police on the streets of Chicago outside the Democratic National Convention.

The Colonial Theater in Phoenixville, today starts a film series starring actors who "usually play nice guys but who are cast in these movies as despicable human beings." In A Face In The Crowd, Andy Griffith's film debut, the man America loved as TV's small town sheriff Andy Taylor on Mayberry R.F.D. plays Larry "Lonesome" Rhodes, a small town drunk, drifter and country musician who rises to fame and influence on national television.
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