Promotion

Haunted Poe

Brat Productions will unearth the images, characters and scenes from works by the master of the macabre for the world premiere of Haunted Poe, a theatrical production uniting literature, history and theater with the haunted attraction genre.
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Girls Rock Philly

Girls Rock Philly (GRP) is a non-profit organization presenting Philadelphia’s only rock camp for girls which is now in its fourth summer of teaching junior rockers, ages 9 to 17, how to rock out. This week long camp serves 80 girls from the Greater Philadelphia region, with fifty percent of campers receiving scholarships or financial aid to attend. Read more »

Lace in Translation

Lace in Translation is a ground-breaking exhibition of contemporary work that redefines historic lace and explores the intersection of luxurious hand-craftsmanship with modern, mass production. The Design Center at Philadelphia University’s historic Quaker Lace Company collection is the inspiration for three internationally-renowned artists and designers reconsidering conventional notions of lace. Read more »

Fairmount Park Art Association

In June 2010, the Fairmount Park Art Association launched Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO, a multi-platform, interactive audio experience for Philadelphia’s preeminent collection of public art and outdoor sculpture. Read more »

The Wilma Theater

Leaving (U.S. Premiere)
May 19 - June 20, 2010 (press opening: May 26)
By Václav Havel
Directed by Jiri Zizka
Translated by Paul Wilson Read more »

Philagrafika 2010

Philagrafika 2010 is an international festival that celebrates the role of print as a vital force in contemporary art, running from January 29 through April 11, 2010 throughout the city of Philadelphia. It is set to be one of the largest arts events in the United States, Philagrafika 2010 will showcase the work of more than 300 artists and will unite 88 Philadelphia area art institutions. Read more »

Philadelphia Young Playwrights

Philadelphia Young Playwrights taps the potential of youth and inspires learning through playwriting.

In the Classroom
A hallmark of Philadelphia Young Playwrights is the Artistic Team — comprised of a classroom teacher and a theatre professional as a teaching artist. The Team works with student writers to inspire collaboration, perseverance, and transformation. Each student in the program writes at least a full scene, and most complete one-act plays. Read more »