Today’s podcast features David P. Gordon in the first interview our newest podcast host, Chris Haig! Stay Tuned! Christopher Haig is OUT OF SIGHT!!
David Gordon has designed the scenery for more than 250 productions and has worked extensively on and Off-Broadway and for regional theatres and opera companies both in this country and abroad. A graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, he has received three Barrymore Awards and 10 nominations for Outstanding Set Design for his work in the Philadelphia area, as well as nominations for IRNE and Connecticut Critics Circle Awards, and was the recipient of the 2003 Elliot Norton Award for his designs forThe Blue Demon at Boston’s Huntington Theatre Co.
Today’s podcast features Howie Brown, newly dubbed Artistic Director of PTW among many hats! Todd interview Howie on Direct Me! Stay Tuned!
Today’s podcast features 1812 Productions and their original works “Our Show Of Shows”! Stay Tuned!
The Phoebe and Otto Premiere Series
Our Show of Shows!
Written and Performed by
David Ingram, Tony Lawton,
Jennifer Childs, and Dave Jadico
Directed by Jennifer Childs
April 21, 2011 – May 15, 2011
Location: Plays & Players Theatre
Playing in tandem with Laughter on the 23rd Floor, 1812 Productions’ Our Show of Shows takes the exuberant comedy of Sid Caesar’s writer’s room and brings it center stage. À la Your Show of Shows, 1812’s Our Show of Shows features vintage and original material performed in 1812’s signature style. If you loved The Big Time: Vaudeville for the Holidays, Let’s Pretend We’re Married, Always a Lady, and This Is The Week That Is, 1812’s Our Show of Shows is the place to be for unpredictable, one-of-a-kind comedy.
Laughter On The 23rd Floor
Written by Neil Simon
Directed by Matt Pfeiffer
April 7, 2011 – May 8, 2011
Location: Plays & Players Theatre
McCarthy’s blacklist, the FBI, a big bully Television Network, and a who’s who of comedy legends-to-be. It’s the 1950s in America and the fight to be funny is on. Neil Simon’s classic comedy, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, takes us to the legendary writer’s room for Sid Caesar’s variety comedy program Your Show of Shows. Laughter on the 23rd Floor is a fabled account of how writers Mel Brooks, Woody Allen, Carl Reiner, Larry Gelbart, and others matched wit to wit and punchline to punchline to make comedy history.
Today’s podcast features Rich Rubin, Producing Artistic Director of Quince Productions and the current production of “Educating Rita”. Stay Tuned!
Our general mission is to raise money for various charities utilizing the Arts.
April 2011 will be our first production that will benefit Project H.O.M.E.
April Arts Festival
The Shubin Theater
407 Bainbridge Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147-1526
4/4/11 to 4/24/11
All proceeds will go to Project H.O.M.E.
Today’s podcast features two clowns! Walnut Street Theatre’s production of The 39 Steps is a comedic and choreographed whodunit that’s fun for the whole lot!
Give a listen as Krissy join a pair of clowns, Dan Hodge and Paul Riopelle. Stay Tuned!
Today’s podcast marks the first episode of ACTING OUT with Chris Morse. In this podcast, Chris meets Jerry Rudasill at the Jazz Cafe of the same name to find out what makes Jerry “ACT OUT”!
After having taught at The Lawrenceville School and a brief stint as a resident company member at Hedgerow, Jerry Rudasill began his Philadelphia theater career as an independent writer and director in University City from 1996 – 1998. After taking a hiatus from the theater community until 2005, he returned working almost exclusively as an actor for developing plays, independent films, and mainstage productions. He has appeared in productions for various theater companies in the city, ranging from Azuka, The Waitstaff, Curio Theater Company, Philadelphia Theater Workshop, Shakespeare in Clark Park, Iron Age Theater, and Plays and Players. (From The Theatre Alliance Member Page)