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Beauty as only skin deep? The ugliness comes out in “White,” which is being produced by the Langhorne Players in Northampton Township. Opening night is Friday, and this comedy of colors, with playwright James Ijames’ juicy jabs at hypocrisy and histrionics, runs to Aug. 4.

The annual Perkasie Fire Company Carnival took place June 25-29 in Lenape Park, Perkasie.

Summertime Sondheims? “Who knows who we will discover?” muses musical composer/lyricist Kate Brennan, who will join playwright/director David Lee White in “Making a Musical: New Theater Workshop for Teens,” a Bucks County Playhouse summer camp for kids running for two weeks beginning July 8 at Lambertville Hall in Lambertville.

Cameron Krauss, the 18-year-old recent Neshaminy High School graduate who competed in Monday's Jimmy Awards for high school theater stars, danced away with an Ensemble Award, one of a handful of honors accorded that night.

When you’re hot, you’re hot. And nobody was hotter than Sophie Tucker, the raucous risqué Red Hot Mama who torched the song charts in the early-mid 20th century.

A group of Central Bucks parents and a local organization promoting better access to live music are teaming up to support their respective missions at Puck Live in Doylestown Borough.

All the fuss over Fosse can be measured in feet.

The independent film titled “Saint Michael of the City,” which was shot predominantly in Bucks County, screened at this year’s Garden State Film Festival and starred a Warwick native.

In her down-to-earth, unfailingly frank and funny new memoir, “Desperately Seeking Something,” a poignant moment of reflection pops out as Susan Seidelman looks back at her trailblazing movie and television career.

For those looking to take in a first-rate show without the big city ticket prices and hassles, the McDonnell Theater in Frenchtown may fit the bill. Its fans say this small-town theater’s shows are …

Pearl S. Buck International celebrated six decades of bridging cultures, changing lives, and creating hope at its 60th Diamond Anniversary Gala May 16 in Perkasie.

New Hope Celebrates’ 21st PrideFest began with the unfurling of the 25-by-15-foot Pride flag from the top level of the Starbucks building in New Hope May 11. A week of events will end May 19, with …

What are those noises off in the direction of the Bucks County Playhouse? Could be the applause for the zany zig-zagging of the newly staged “Noises Off!” playwright Michael Frayn’s 1982 farce of nature about a theater troupe that doesn’t know its exit left from its right.

Bucks Beautiful will host the 29th Kitchen & Garden Tour on Sunday June 9, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., rain or shine. The popular self-guided event presents hidden jewels tucked away throughout Bucks …

A Preview Gala to celebrate the opening of the 48th Bucks County Designer House & Gardens was held at Sycamore Lane Farm in Hilltown April 26. The Bucks County Designer House & Gardens is the …

He is a rebel with a riff. This piano man is far from the mainstream, but Chris Jarrett sets the tone for what Solebury School knows will be a signature soiree when the composer/pianist returns to his …

The first significant reconstructive restoration in nearly four decades will begin this June at Bristol Riverside Theatre. Renovations of the historic building, located at 120 Radcliffe Street, …

The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra held its annual Pops concert, this year themed “Broad Meets Opera,” in front of a sold-out audience on Saturday evening, March 16 in the Life Sciences Building …

The walls of Bruce White’s insurance office in Newtown are filled with vibrant pop art, abstract works, conceptual pieces, and more, giving it the appearance of an art gallery as much as a place to work.

Local Color: Robin Crowley is a people person

Robin Crowley, a Doylestown-area artist for nearly 50 years, likes painting people. “When I was in kindergarten or so, I drew my brother with red hair pushing a lawn mower.

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