… and let Street satisfy your culture cravings every week with these Philly arts finds.
The Assassination of Jesse James
Plays and Players Theater
1714 Delancey Pl.
On stage until 10/28, 8 p.m.
$15 – $50
Grab your cowboy boots and 10–gallon hat and head out to the Wild West this week for some good ol’ fashioned theater. This deadly roadshow takes place in an unmarked underground saloon and tells the story of one of America’s most infamous outlaws and bank robbers, Jesse James.
Darling’s Diner Presents “the Rocky Horror Picture SHOW”
1033 N. 2nd St.
10/11, 8 p.m.
Time warp over to Darling’s Diner dressed as your favorite “Rocky Horror” character to enjoy a screening of the cult classic. The night will include a buffet, open bar and goodie bag full of props. Make sure you dress to impress — there will be a costume contest and Rocky Horror Karaoke!
Fresh Juice at the Performance Garage
The Performance Garage
1515 Brandywine St.
10/13, 8 p.m.
Watch the passage of time personified through dance. Tori Lawrence and her dancers — covered in congealed pieces of dry, clay–like materials — perform Awakened Ruins, a creative piece about the remnants of time and the allure of nostalgia. Insightful and interesting, this enlightening performance isn’t one to miss.
Shofuso Japanese House and Garden
Horticultural and Lansdowne Dr.
5070 Parkside Ave., Suite 2104
10/13, 1 p.m.
Tea addicts will love experiencing a traditional Japanese tea ceremony at Shofuso. Omotesenke Eastern Region Chapter will conduct the ceremony, and participants will get to drink a bowl of matcha green tea and try a traditional seasonal sweet. Come and indulge in this 450–year old institution.