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184 – Hannah and Lili, The Women of Blood and Fire




Written & Directed by Lili Bita

Starring Hannah Tsapatoris MacLeod

April 25 – 29 2012

Wed – Sat at 8pm and Sun 3pm

Wednesday pay what you can

Tickets $18

For ticket information go to WALKING FISH THEATRE or call 215.427.WALK

In Women of Fire and Blood, Lili Bita re-imagines the archetypal heroines of antiquity through a modern feminist sensibility. These poems with their lyric directness and force and their powerful erotic candor area a distinctive addition to the work of one of today’s most important greek poets.


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AO – The many sides of Griffin Stanton-Ameisen!

Today’s podcats features a man of many talents. Mr Griffin Stanton-Ameisen talks to us about his career, his time at Upper Darby Summer Stage, Matchbox Theatre Project and he also shares his monologue with us on the busy streets of Philadelphia! Stay Tuned!









Growing up in Bryn Mawr, PA I started my theatrical career in middle school at Welsh Valley, and continued it at Harriton High School. During my summers growing up I worked on productions at Upper Darby’s Summer Stage.

After high school, I pursued my bachelor’s degree from Temple University in theatre. While studying at Temple, I worked on a significant number of productions, sometimes acting, sometimes directing. In addition, I had the privilege of going to study in London for a semester at Middlesex University. While in undergrad I also worked independently in Philadelphia with companies like The Cardboard Box Collaborative, Flashpoint Theatre Company, Insperado Theatre Company and The Omega Sessions and was able to be a part of the Philly Fringe in 05′, 06′, and 07′.

Desiring more training I went off to the desert that is Las Vegas to get a Master degree. Working with the Nevada Conservatory Theatre and professors Robert Benedetti, Rayme Cornell, Michael Lugering and Phil Hubbard, I trained intensely in the studio and was a part of fourteen productions. The crux of my actor training was Michael’s Expressive Actor work integrating voice, movement and acting as well as Dudley Knight’s speech work. The material I worked on ranged from Shakespeare to Comedy of Manners to Chekhov to American Realism to Mamet to brand new work from the M.F.A. playwrighting program. I also had the privilege of studying film acting with Nate Bynum, Fransisco Menendez, and Michael Tylo and voiceover work with Rayme Cornell.


Egopo Classic Theatre’s world premiere production of The Golem, where I am playing the Puppeteer. For more information: www.egopo.org


AO – A Bagel sandwich between friends with Dana Kreitz!

On today’s podcast we ACT OUT with Dana Kreitz at Good Karma’s newest location on 9th and Pine. Dana comes to us from Las Vegas, Nevada. Her refreshing look and acting chops have kept her in work from the start. She’s even “Going Blonde” for a role she’s super excited for! Dana shares with us her monologue at the end! Stay Tuned!












Dana Kreitz is originally from all over the state of California, primarily the San Diego area, and just graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a concentration in Stage and Screen Acting.  She recently moved to Philadelphia to pursue a career in theatre and film.

Next up, see Dana playing Holly in “The Wedding Singer”, directed by Chris Alberts at The New Candlelight Theatre through May 20!



Coffee with “Odd Fellow” R.Eric Thomas

On today’s podcast, I sit down with the dyanmic and brilliant local writer/performer R.Eric Thomas. We talk about Storytelling, being OVEREXPOSED and finding the perfect “Writer’s Wig”. Stay Tuned!

ABOUT R. ERIC THOMAS (@oureric on Twitter)

Playwright, storyteller, teaching artist, lethargic blogger, good time queer, Nilla Wafer-ish black, joyous Christian, rampant DVRer. Serious/ridiculous. (Taken from Twitter)

Next Production: OVEREXPOSED

The return of the sell-out hit!  Three people at a crossroads of definition try to figure out who they are in relation to their sexuality.  Join storytellers R. Eric Thomas, Jennifer MacMillan, and Daniel Student for an evening of multi-sexual, very theatrical, and remarkably revealing storytelling.

For more information: www.quinceproductions.com

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