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Category: Season 3

Episodes produced in our third season

DMIIW – Salome’s not asking for much…

Today’s podcast features Father David Cregan. The gods smiled upon us on a beautiful day on the campus of Villanova University to talk about the season’s closing production, “SALOME”, written by Oscar Wilde. Stay Tuned!

ABOUT SALOME

APRIL 9 – 21, 2013

written by Oscar Wilde directed by Rev. David Cregan, O.S.A. , Ph.D.

“Fills one’s veins with fire” – Backstage. The linguistic genius behind The Importance of Being Earnest welcomes us into the visceral, intoxicating world of King Herod and his enticing young stepdaughter, Salome. After being rejected by John the Baptist, Salome’s unbridled desire for the pious prophet quickly turns into an uncontrollable lust for revenge. This sensational adaptation of the stunning Biblical tale dramatizes the eternal struggle between body and soul.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:
@villanovatheatr

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You’re So VAINGLORIOUS

On today’s podcast, Hank Curry meets with Applied Mechanics to talk about their PIFA offering, “VAINGLORIOUS”! I bet they thought this podcast was about them! Stay Tuned!

Vainglorious

ABOUT VAINGLORIOUS

APRIL 09 – 13th
Christ Church Neighborhood House
20 N. American Street
Phila, PA 19106

Factions clash and empires rise and fall in Applied Mechanics’ Vainglorious: The Epic Feats of Notable Persons in Europe After the Revolution. Twenty-six of the shiniest rising stars in the Philadelphia scene join forces to create a dazzling new depiction of a potent historical moment: the great sweep of the Napoleonic Empire in the wake of the French Revolution. The twenty-six performers make up a formidable army that shifts and changes around the audience members who, in Applied Mechanics’ signature style, are free to explore the space and follow whichever character they choose. This heavily populated immersive play builds cities with canvas, countries with bodies, and heroes with attitude, enveloping its audience in a lush world of fame, sensuality, conflict, and ambition. The swell of history overtakes the audience, and the battling factions of the Napoleonic Empire duke it out before your very eyes. The audience is invited to join the performers as they rally around celebrities, tear down tyrants, and ride the contentious tides of change.

This project was developed with support from the Philadelphia Performing Arts Kitchen.

TAGS: World-Changing Events
Artistic Credits
Rebecca Wright – Director
Maria Shaplin – Set and Lighting Designer
Maria Shaplin and Katherine Fritz – Costume Designers

Cast: Mary Tuomanen, Thomas Choinacky, Jessica Hurley, John Jarboe, & Kristen Bailey

 

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FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:

@pifaphilly
http://pifa.org

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MADVILLE is not so MAD!

Today’s podcast brings us back to University City for ever-changing and super talented bunch at Curio Theatre for the production of MADVILLE, written by Artistic Director, Paul Kuhn. Stay Tuned!

MADVILLE

ABOUT MADVILLE

Madville
by Paul Kuhn
Madville is the imaginary world created by four children in the remote Canadian woods. Now as adults they struggle with their memories in this poetic, moving and painfully funny play written by Curio’s Artistic Director Paul Kuhn.

March 20 – April 13, 2013

Directed by Rosemary Fox
Set Design by Paul Kuhn
Costume Design by Aetna Gallagher
Lighting Design by Tim Martin
Production Photography by Kyle Cassidy

Featuring:
Paul Kuhn as Art
Jennifer Summerfield as Joanna
Steve Carpenter as Joshua
Harry Slack as Sol
Josh Hitchens as Daniel
Rachel Gluck as Alice
Eric Scotolati as Peter

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:
@curiotheatre
http://curiotheatre.org

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Jared’s Many Hats in “Hand”

Today’s podcast features Jared Michael Delaney. His dance card is full this spring with the premiere of his own play with Inis Nua and his role in Flashpoint Theatre’s production as well. Where does a multi-talented artist find the time. Stay Tuned! Our own Ken Cohen finds out.

ABOUT THE HAND OF GAUL

The Hand of Gaul
Written by Jared Michael Delaney
Directed by Tom Reing
Starring Adam Altman, Megan Bellwoar, Damon Bonetti, Jared Michael Delaney, Leonard Haas, and Harry Smith

April 9-28

When French soccer superstar Thierry Henry single-handedly knocks Ireland out of the 2010 World Cup with an unchecked foul, three fiercely proud (albeit not overly bright) Irish fans decide to avenge their team. This Inis Nua original takes on World Cup elimination and the fall of the Celtic Tiger as international intrigue, a rare Belgian beer and the world’s most popular sport come together in unexpected ways.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:

@inisnuatheatre
http://inisnuatheatre.org

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