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Inis Nua

On today’s podcast, I sit down with Artistic Director Tom Reing to talk about his theatre company, Inis Nua and this season’s closing production of The Walworth Farce. Stay Tuned!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Walworth Farce
Written by Enda Walsh
Directed by Tom Reing
Starring Jake Blouch, Leslie Nevon Holden, Harry Smith and Bill Van Horn

Join us for an Inis Nua celebration, as we present the Philadelphia premiere of Enda Walsh’s black comedy The Walworth Farce. It is a tale told in real time, by turns hilarious and tragic, of the paradigms we create for our lives…and the lengths we go to preserve them.

We are excited to be presenting our second work by Enda Walsh, one of Ireland’s most celebrated playwrights, with a special advance deal: two-for-one tickets on 5/16 or 5/23. Simply enter code walwed or mention “Walworth Wednesday” when calling or emailing for a reservation.

Translated from the Irish language, Inis Nua means “New Island.” Our mission is to produce contemporary, provocative plays from Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales which reflect those cultures’ new identities in today’s world. Inis Nua also seeks to cultivate and produce contemporary, provocative work from American playwrights who deal with the Irish-American, Welsh-American, Scottish-American and Anglo-American experience.

 

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185 – Boston Marriage

Today’s podcast finds us wondering if we should change our name to 1812 Radio! We love Philadelphia’s All Comedy Theatre so much that we have covered every show this season! Truly a cavalcade of stars here! Stay Tuned for a politically charged interview with the ladies of Mamet’s “Boston Marriage”, directed by Jennifer Childs! Stay Tuned!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT BOSTON MARRIAGE

From celebrated American playwright David Mamet (American Buffalo, Glengarry Glen Ross), Boston Marriage is the caustically funny story of Anna, Claire, and their Scottish maid, Catherine. Anna and Claire share a life together, but in late 19th century America, discretion and outside resources are a necessity. To that end, Anna takes up with a wealthy older man, and Claire finds her heart strings being pulled in a decidedly younger direction. These clandestine affairs set into motion a raucous series of events where classes clash and Anna and Claire have only their wits and a cache of social legerdemain to keep them from a stay at the local jail.

These women are complicated and while we certainly see their love for one another there is a nastiness about both of them that is delicious.”

For more information: http://1812productions.org

 

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Sara Madden, a short trip INSIDE

Today’s podcast features Sara Madden in her first writing project presented in Flashpoint Theatre Company’s Late Night Series. Stay Tuned!

Join Flashpoint for our Late Night Series as we present a workshop presentation of MORGAN written and performed by Sara Madden, featuring Amanda Grove and Theresa Leahy.

Office politics can be sticky, especially when you throw in an office nemesis, crush, and of course, happy hour. Join Morgan for drinks, light snacks and little bit of scandal as she celebrates TGIF with her co-workers.

10 PM
April 26, 27, 28
following SLIP/SHOT by Jackie Goldfinger (come for both!)

$5 suggest donation at the door.
Running time: approx. 30 minutes

For more information, visit www.flashpointtheatre.org


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Chris Davis lets us INSIDE

Today’s podcast meets with Chris Davis, local playwright whom we’ve covered before but, not for his work as a writer. We talk about his time in Mexico, support for a working artist and advice for the up and coming. Stay Tuned!

Come see to the first ever public reading of Candy Candy, a new play by Chris Davis. This play is in development and truly needs an audience. Also, it’s pay what you can at the Shubin Theatre!

We have an amazing cast that has been working with the script:

Candy – Adriana Lopez
Abuela – Victor Rodriguez
Tia – Kennedy Candra
Enrique/Susannah – Kate Black-Regan
Terry/Antony – Chris Braak
Benefactor/Dad – Aaron Cromie

Candy is a young girl living in Chiapas, Mexico, when she finds that a blonde wig transports her to a fictionalized fantasy world full of lovers, travel, and dreams. Soon the two worlds of reality, and fantasy collide, in this hilarious comedy.

Some free drinks will be provided at the reading!

Location: Shubin Theatre (4th & Bainbridge)
Date: Wednesday, April 25th
Time: 8pm

Pay-What-You-Can


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