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Call for Entries: Art Ability!

Hi loyal readers, The organization below reached out to our blog, asking us to share the flyer below with our audience.  We’re happy to oblige, as this looks like an excellent cause.  Please feel free to share and distribute with anyone who may wish to enter (or attend) this wonderful exhibition! Advertisements

Fred Siegel, Man of Mystery (Adrianne Theater, 05Dec2015)

What They Say It Is: Fred Siegel is an improviser, a professor at Drexel and… a magician. A magician with a mysterious past that will terrify you! Not really. But it’s an amazing story. In Man of Mystery, Fred tells tales of dank magic shops, manipulative mentors and his summer telling lies for money on the Coney Island … Continue reading

The Handmaid’s Tale (Curio Theater, 23Oct15)

What they say it is: After a staged terrorist attack, a Christian Theocracy overthrows the United States.  Suddenly, Offred’s life is thrown into subjugation, she must become a Handmaid to increase population growth. A cautionary tale that predicts our worst fears of fundamentalism, Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel comes to life in this daring one-woman adaptation. How did she do it?  How did … Continue reading

Voices of a People’s History of The United States (Plays and Players, 29Jan15)

Before we get started with the standard review, allow us to apologize for the lull in activity on this site.  Rest assured, Tara and I are still attending frequent art and performance events around the Philadelphia area.  Sadly, we’ve been slacking on the write-ups.  Look for some additional posts to be “back-filled” in the coming weeks–I … Continue reading