David Orlansky, Joshua Levin and Zachary Kind are the creative team responsible forAwesome Alliteration: The Magical Musical. The play, part of the Fringe, will be performed at Skybox @The Adrienne Theater, 2030 Sansom St. from Sept. 7 to 30. For tickets and more information, go to betamaleproduction.com.
Another Fringe event is This Town Is a Mystery, a performance by Headlong Dance Theater that uses citizen dancers — untrained movers and shakers — as part of a professional dance work. The performance will take place in the West Mt. Airy home of Tobie Hoffman and will feature a potluck dinner afterward. Ongoing until Sept. 22. For more information, go to www.thistownisamystery.com.
The Open Lens Gallery of the Gershman Y offers a rare view into the creative process of one of the country’s greatest Pop artists with Roy Lichtenstein in his Studio, opening Sept. 13. Photographer Laurie Lambrecht worked as Lichtenstein’s studio assistant, documenting what went on to create iconic worksuk disney princess b ounce house. For more information, go towww.gershmany.org.
Starting on Sept. 15, Comcast cable subscribers can watch the documentary, Israel Inside: How A Small Nation Makes A Big Difference, for free via the company’s On Demand service. The film, which focuses on Israel’s relationship to the rest of the world through the country’s groundbreaking innovations and technologies, will be available through December. For more information, go to www.israelinsidethemovie.com
The Wilma Theater opens its new season with its revival of Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika on Sept. 19. If you missed Part One: Millennium Approaches, fear not: the Wilma will begin performances of it on Oct. 6. For more information, go to www.wilmatheater.org.
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