PW's Fall Guide 2013

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Autumn in Philly: a veritable carnival of awesome. It’s a hit musical  at the Walnut; it’s Janelle Monae at the Electric Factory; it’s Dali at the Art Museum; it’s Charles Vess at a science fiction convention. Here’s an advance look at what’s up for the next several months.

STAGE: Philly's fall theater scene: rural mysticism, Jane Austen and a lesbian Romeo & Juliet

MUSIC: What's coming up in Philly’s fall pop concert season 

BOOKS: New nonfiction abounds, while Malcolm Gladwell tops fall's author appearances

EXHIBITS: Visual art explodes this fall with Made in Philly, CITYWIDE and a Tiberino takeover

POLITICS: The great SEPTA debate and other fall political battles

MOVIES: From Ron Howard’s Rush and Redford’s solo turn to the horror of slavery, the season’s films promise real drama

TV: Television's fall lineup: vampires, superpowers, awful parents and Michael J. Fox


On the cover: Portrait of Philly drag performer Sooshi Harajuku, photographed by J.R. Blackwell earlier this year at Voyeur nightclub. This fall, Voyeur hosts the popular drag show The Dollhouse Revue every Thursday at 11 p.m.

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