PW's Weekend Picks: Dec. 14-16

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"Swan Lake" as performed by The Trocks.

Photo by Sascha Vaughan

Dear culture vultures: We scoured the city to bring you the best of what Philly has to offer. Enjoy!

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The gender-bending "mallerinas" of The Trocks perform Swan Lake at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.

This week, the spiky-haired comedian stands up at Helium Comedy Club spewing hilarious social commentary that will leave you clutching your sides.

Read more: http://www.philadelphiaweekly.com/events/Hal-Sparks-181033561.html#ixzz2Diu5m6Vz

one-night-only performance of Mike Albo and Marga Gomez Make Queer Comedy

Read more: http://www.philadelphiaweekly.com/events/Mike-and-Marga-179179121.html#ixzz2COwSMxZ6

one-night-only performance of Mike Albo and Marga Gomez Make Queer Comedy

Read more: http://www.philadelphiaweekly.com/events/Mike-and-Marga-179179121.html#ixzz2COwSMxZ6

Miss Rose’s Sexploitation Follies taps into the wild, whimsical world of Tim Burton.

Stage:

Walnut Street Theatre’s splendiferous production of The Music Man is an early holiday gift to lovers of Philadelphia stage.

Art:

At Asian Arts Initiative, Beauty and Progress Abound

Read more: http://www.philadelphiaweekly.com/arts-and-culture/features/179174041.html#ixzz2COyWOb8r

Fabric Row’s newest shop, Moon & Arrow, boldly bridges art, style and commerce.

Film:

The Hobbit is hobbled by its maker's overindulgence.

Make it a movie night: Reviews of Hyde Park on Hudson, Deadfall, Central Park Five and more.

New Year's Eve:

At Asian Arts Initiative, Beauty and Progress Abound

Read more: http://www.philadelphiaweekly.com/arts-and-culture/features/179174041.html#ixzz2COyWOb8r

Plan ahead with our guide to Philly's hottest events.

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1. PhillyGirl83 said... on Dec 14, 2012 at 02:45PM

“I heard Arch Enemy Arts in Old City on Front & Arch is having a kick ass apocalyptic art show. I'm always busy on First Friday so this is a treat to be able to actually check out one of their shows.”

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