The University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is undergoing a metamorphosis, both physical and conceptual. As the building is being spruced up, new artistic director Christopher Gruits is planning an itinerary of diverse performances that integrates the center more fully into Philadelphia’s arts scene. The 2017-18 season brings a broad spectrum of theater, music and dance, including a world premiere adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s haunting short story, Sleep, as well as a series of rare musical films curated by legendary choreographer Mark Morris, who this year is an artist-in-residence.
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