DMIIW – Rich Rubin

Today’s podcast features Rich Rubin, Producing Artistic Director of Quince Productions and the current production of “Educating Rita”. Stay Tuned!


162 – Act For Charity

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.

161 – The 39 Steps

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!

AO – Jerry Rudasill





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)


Stay Tuned for the all-new podcast hosted by Christopher Haig featuring local designers and stage managers! Out Of Sight with Chris Haig, part of the Represented Podcast Network!

103 – Seth Rozin

Today’s podcast features Seth Rozin, Artistic Director of Interact Theatre Company. Kristen goes “Inside The Writer’s Mind”.

160- A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Shakespeare’s most exuberant and effervescent comedy, brought to you by “the city’s most consistent producer of the Bard’s work.” –Philadelphia Weekly

Young lovers Hermia and Lysander, kept apart by strict Athenian law, escape to the woods where tyrannical parents can’t find them – but mischief can. Elsewhere among the trees, the fairy king and queen are having a marital spat with disastrous consequences for one Nick Bottom. Rediscover your favorite characters in a lively production that puts you in the middle of all the midsummer romance and magic!

“Lantern Theater [Company] continues its success with Shakespeare by giving us a funny, lusty, rowdy, charming production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” –Philadelphia Inquirer [More]

“I can’t think of a better antidote for the spring fever itch than A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s take on love mistaken for infatuation and vice versa. Despite its small stage (or maybe because of it), Lantern Theater Company is noted for excellent presentations of Shakespeare. This production is no exception.” –Broad Street Review [More]

“There are plenty of big rewards in Charles McMahon’s high-octane production at Lantern Theater Co.” –Philadelphia City Paper [More]

“Head over to the Lantern Theater Company for the laugh of your life!” –Philly Broadcaster [More]

“The ensemble is strong and the show is fantastic.”–CurtainUp [More]

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