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REALLY Exile, “REALLY”

On today’s podcast, I focus my lens on the cast of Theatre Exile’s production of “REALLY” by Jackie Siblies Drury. This Philadelphia Premiere was fresh their minds and while, the set was not built yet, I try to imagine what Exile, along with the design team, led by Director, Brenna Geffers has in store for us. Stay Tuned!

ABOUT REALLY

Featuring: Nancy Boykin, Jessica Johnson and Matteo Scammell

In the studio she once shared with her boyfriend Calvin, a photographer poses Calvin’s mother for a portrait. Like many artists, she struggles to capture on film what she envisions in her mind. As the photo shoot progresses, the women grapple with their memories of the man who was once the center of their lives.

In the age of selfies, Really examines the particular and diverse lenses through which we see ourselves, each other, and our place in the world.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:

http://theatreexile.org

Part of Philly Theatre Week

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Brenna Geffers adapts “ANNA”

On today’s podcast, Brenna Geffers and I meet for a cup of coffee at Last Drop to talk about the EgoPo production of “ANNA”. The flexibility of the Latvian Society allows for the creation of a traveling show where we have all gathered around to hear a tale. Stay Tuned!

Andrew Carroll, Colleen Corcoran, Lee Minora, and Maria Konstantinidis. Photo Credit: Dave Sarrafian

ABOUT ANNA

by Brenna Geffers & the Anna Ensemble

“Astonishing” “Gorgeous” “Triumphant” “Remarkable”

The Philadelphia Inquirer (full review here)

Literature’s greatest heroine comes to new life in this world premiere stage adaptation. In Anna, this sweeping Russian epic is transformed into a make-shift travelling show by a wandering theater troupe armed with a collection of rickety antiques and instruments. They perform this story, set in the shifting landscape of Imperial Russia, to seek refuge from their own unsettling world. You are invited on their journey, and Anna’s, as they travel together toward the story’s unavoidable end.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:

http://egopo.org

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#FringeArts – Wroughtland

#PhillyFringe16 – On today’s podcast, we welcome Performance Artist, Gunnar Montana, whose latest production, “Wroughtland” transports us to a re-imagining of fairy tales we all grew up with. We get to know Gunnar, who we have been following for several years but, here, we attempt to audibly express his work in an experience you will not want to miss! Stay Tuned!

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ABOUT WROUGHTLAND

Gunnar Montana transports us once again, this time to a land where fairy tales take a wicked turn, and the innocent and optimistic stories of happily ever after wrought into the harsh realities of life. Let go of your fantasies and succumb to the evil that lurks under the surface of your fondest childhood memories.

 

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FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:

http://fringearts.com/event/wroughtland/

 

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Joe Canuso’s “NORTH PLAN”

Today’s podcast features Joe Canuso of Theatre Exile. Today, our own Liam Castellan caught up with the company and talk about the up coming production of “THE NORTH PLAN”. Stay Tuned!

Joe Canuso brings us up to speed with Theatre Exile’s “The North Plan”.

ABOUT THE NORTH PLAN

By Jason Wells
American Theatre Critics Association’s New Play Award Finalist

“The revolution will not be televised but it will have a soundtrack: Lynyrd Skynyrd.” The North Plan looks at the dangerously real scenario of DHS agents arresting federal officials with incriminating information. This wickedly dark comedy takes you on a thrill ride to a small town jail in The Ozarks, where the nation’s future lies in the hands of a federal bureaucrat, a local sheriff, and a foul-mouthed redneck heroine.

Featuring Madi Distefano, Dan Hodge, Robert DaPonte, Aimé Donna Kelly, Carl Granieri & Mark Cairns

Directed by Joe Canuso

Latvian Society of Philadelphia
531 N. 7th St. (7th & Spring Garden)
Feb 13 – Mar 3

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

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