The Rittenhouse Hotel will welcome diners this Thanksgiving with a special prix fixe menu at Scarpetta. Offered at $90 per person, menu highlights include Butternut Squash Soup, Tagliatelle Bolognese, Pancetta-wrapped Heritage Turkey and Pumpkin Cheesecake. Scarpetta will offer an afternoon seating and an evening seating, and reservations can be made via OpenTable, Seven Rooms or by calling the restaurant directly at 215-558-4199. Reservations will be required, and the books are currently open.
Zami opens Berklee series
Philadelphia native and vocalist Zami Buggs-King recently opened Berklee College of Music’s new music video series, Two Track. The singer, songwriter and poet, whose stage name is Zami, performed her original song “Thank You” in tribute to her grandmother, as well as Lianne La Havas’s “They Could Be Wrong.” Inspired by singer-songwriters with a soulful edge, like La Havas, Sara Bareilles, and Corrine Bailey Rae, the songwriting major is writing and producing a solo project that is slated to be released this fall. The virtual free series runs every Wednesday throughout the fall semester at 8pm on the college’s YouTube channel.
PTC to welcome back audiences
Philadelphia Theatre Company is ready to welcome audiences back into the Suzanne Roberts Theatre for the return of live, in-person theatre. The curtain rises again with “The Garbologists” by Lindsay Joelle. The comedy runs Nov. 11 to Dec. 5. The season continues with Tarell Alvin McCraney’s “Choir Boy,” set to run from Feb. 18 to March 13. “Choir Boy” will be directed by PTC Resident Artist Jeffrey Page. The season concludes with the world premiere of Madeline Sayet’s solo show, “Where We Belong,” from April 15 to May 8. Visit philatheatreco.org for details.