Apparently, there's some kind of small concert happening in Philadelphia during Labor Day weekend. If you're looking for something else to do during the unofficial end of the summer, check out these options from the Greater Philadelphia Area:
When: Sunday, Sept. 2
Where: 64 Rose Valley Road, Media
What: Ira Levin’s comic thriller combines fiendishly clever plot twists with an equal mix of suspense and dark humor, making audiences scream with both laughter and terror. The plot involves Sidney Bruhl, a once successful playwright who’s desperate for a hit after a series of flops. When a student in his a playwriting class comes up with the perfect script, Sidney and his wife devise a scheme to publish it under his name, and he’s willing to do just about anything to pull it off. The Tony-nominated play ran for four years on Broadway.
When: Saturday, 7 p.m.
Where: The Music Workshop, 643 Lancaster Avenue, Berwyn
What: Join the Music Annex each Sunday evening at 7 p.m. foropen mic. Host Caleb Spaulding starts the evening off by performing a few songs and then will call up sign ups by following the order of the signup sheet. Each week will spotlight featured performer in the middle of the evening. This weekly event is open to the public and is free of charge. You may perform whether a seasoned veteran or beginning player, all you need is the desire to perform and have fun doing so.