A Legitimate Hole in One

Local Guy on Par with ABC’s Extreme Miniature Golf Series Holey Moley by Mark Casasanto Feature photo by David Laporte on behalf of Eureka Productions. Other photos courtesy of Nick Contino. Full disclosure, I love stupid stuff that makes me laugh. Actually, I think that I used that line once in an online dating profile… It didn’t work. Anyway, trust me here, I mean no … Continue reading A Legitimate Hole in One

Actress Marcia Saunders discusses her role and the importance of The Children, at People’s Light through February 9th.

-Ann Moschorak People’s Light begins 2020 with Lucy Kirkwood’s The Children, a 2018 Tony Award nominee for Best Play. This show follows two retired nuclear physicists who live a quiet life by the sea. The world around them is plagued by earthquakes, tsunamis, and a nearby nuclear meltdown. When a former colleague turns up after forty years with a shocking request, the trio must reckon with … Continue reading Actress Marcia Saunders discusses her role and the importance of The Children, at People’s Light through February 9th.

Philadelphia actor Shafiq Hicks talks about RENT and his role as Tom Collins

-Marialena Rago Pictured: Joshua Tavares (Angel) and Shafiq Hicks (Tom Collins), photo by Amy Boyle   Most people know the story of RENT, the Tony award winning rock musical that is returning to Philadelphia’s Merriam Theater due to popular demand. If you missed your chance at seeing the show here last spring, you can catch it again for one weekend only- October 18th to 20th. … Continue reading Philadelphia actor Shafiq Hicks talks about RENT and his role as Tom Collins

PRH Interviews Buck County’s Jordan Ross- Co-Creator of Cruel Intentions the Musical

-Brenda Hillegas (cast photo by Jenny Anderson) Cruel Intentions was released in theatres on March 5th, 1999. Cast members Ryan Phillippe, Reese Witherspoon, and Sarah Michelle Gellar (just as hot now as they were then) were stuck to my bedroom wall during my high school years as they graced the Cruel Intentions poster hanging above my bed. Twenty years later, the movie is still a … Continue reading PRH Interviews Buck County’s Jordan Ross- Co-Creator of Cruel Intentions the Musical

Love Never Dies Tells a Story Ten Years After Phantom…

by Marialena Rago photo by Joan Marcus If you thought you knew the ending to the world-wide phenomenon The Phantom of the Opera, you are in for an awakening at the Academy of Music. Love Never Dies is the sequel to the massive hit, telling audiences the story of what happens 10 years after the Phantom vanished from his Opera lair. Christine is a prima … Continue reading Love Never Dies Tells a Story Ten Years After Phantom…

Q&A: Philadelphia native and Temple alumni, Sean Thompson, comes to the Kimmel Center as Raoul in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies

Feature Image: A still from Sean Thompson’s favorite number in the musical, “Devil Take the Hindmost” with Gardar Thor Cortes as The Phantom and Thompson as “Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny”. Photo: Joan Marcus.   Philadelphia native and Temple alumni, Sean Thompson, stars as Raoul in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies. This stand-alone sequel to Phantom of the Opera is coming to the Kimmel Center’s … Continue reading Q&A: Philadelphia native and Temple alumni, Sean Thompson, comes to the Kimmel Center as Raoul in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies

Temple University’s student-run PR firm celebrates 10th birthday

by Joei DeCarlo PRowl Public Relations, Temple University’s first and only student-run PR firm,  is celebrating its tenth year in business with a celebratory logo and events throughout the school year. Thanks to their national affiliation status through the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), PRowl PR can work with clients on the national level and is eligible for national awards. According to the … Continue reading Temple University’s student-run PR firm celebrates 10th birthday