Tyrone Lowman doesn't just want to entertain people?he wants to spread hope. That's why the founder of TyLow Productions stages plays that uplift even while tackling heavy themes such as gambling and abuse, infusing each with faith, love, and gospel. He also puts his faith into action by developing programs with local churches and lending a hand to people who have been affected by the housing crisis.
Michael and Susan Jaskelewicz both started small, attending dance schools in suburban Pennsylvania. But it wasn't long before they ascended to much greater roles in the world of dance. Michael trained under Trinette Singleton, former ballet mistress for the Joffrey Ballet, while he earned a degree in marketing and dance. Susan performed in various college groups?in 2012, she even took the field as a Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader. At Synergy Dance Center, they help kids climb from novice to expert dancer during classes spanning dance styles such as jazz, hip-hop, ballet, and lyrical.
Puck hosts blossoming local artists onstage in a bustling jazz club atmosphere, augmented by a full menu of casual pub fare served on the fresh-air patio. Gum gallop through the salmon's horseradish-crusted terrain accented with flowing streams of raspberry sauce ($10.95, dinner service only) to bring out savory flavors and prompt splash fights, or scatter caramelized onions and mushrooms across the grilled steak doused in sun-dried tomato and gorgonzola sauce ($12.95, dinner service only). An 8-ounce burger burrows in a pillowy bun ($8.95) with savory snuggle buddies such as bacon and chili ($1 each), and behemoth chicken fingers stir up dangerous rip tides in seas of barbecue sauce ($6.95).