Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC COVER IMAGE: Anthony Martinez-Briggs and Ross Beschler in CODE BLUE. Photo by Kristin Finger The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia is pleased to announce the release of a new digital performance which takes its inspiration from absurdist theater (such as Beckett’s NOT I) and the Wilma HotHouse Company’s bold physical performance style, all recorded on iPhones. CODE BLUE, … Continue reading Wilma Theater launches new digital production, CODE BLUE
Courtesy of Aversa Public Relations and Philadelphia Zoo Philadelphia Zoo is set to reopen to the public on Thursday, July 9th. “We are thrilled to welcome our members and guests back to the Zoo,” says Vikram H. Dewan, the Zoo’s President and CEO. “On the first visit back, guests will find that some of the procedures look a bit different, but with more than 1300 … Continue reading Philadelphia Zoo sets date to reopen to the public, tickets go on sale this week
Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC Feature photo: Katharine Powell as Blanche and Akeem Davis as Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire. Photo by Wide Eyed Studios The Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia has spent considerable time looking at how they can safely move forward with a 2020/21 season. As the company reviews different options and numerous paths forward, their guiding principle is … Continue reading Arden Theatre Company announces 2021 Season
-Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC Photo: Brandon Pierce, Avery Hannon, Anthony Martinez-Briggs, and Lindsay Smiling in James Ijames’ Kill Move Paradise. By Johanna Austin, http://www.AustinArt.org. To support the ongoing Justice for George Floyd and Black Lives Matter movements, The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia will stream their 2018 production of James Ijames’ KILL MOVE PARADISE from today, June 8, 2020, to June 21, 2020, featuring members … Continue reading Wilma Theater to stream James Ijames’ KILL MOVE PARADISE to benefit Black Lives Matter Philly
In June, PhillyCAM is offering a series of live, virtual classes in video and audio content creation, graphic design, and journalism. The series is free and open to the public. PhillyCAM is the community media center that trains Philadelphians in broadcast production and airs original content on Philadelphia’s public access television and WPPM 106.5 FM. With its production facilities closed due to the COVID-19 shutdown, … Continue reading PhillyCAM offers free virtual trainings in creating video/audio content, graphic design, and journalism.