STUDY HALL comedy show, featuring Drexel University professor Michael Yudell, goes online

Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC Photo by Sam Abrahamas Study Hall Comedy Inspired by Lectures, one of Philadelphia’s longest-running improv comedy shows, combines lectures and laughs in one fantastic hour never seen before and never to be seen again. Drexel University’s Professor Michael Yudell and guests from all over the world provide a lecture on a wide variety of topics and the amazingly … Continue reading STUDY HALL comedy show, featuring Drexel University professor Michael Yudell, goes online

PlayPenn New Play Development Conference moves online for 2020, will serve as benefit for Theatre Philadelphia’s Emergency Relief Fund

-Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC PlayPenn, Philadelphia’s new play development organization, is re-thinking what it means to gather and support artists during the COVID-19 crisis. Their acclaimed New Play Development Conference, scheduled for July 2020, will now be moved into a virtual format, offering artists the ability to nurture and develop new works during this time of social distancing.  Additionally, their popular reading … Continue reading PlayPenn New Play Development Conference moves online for 2020, will serve as benefit for Theatre Philadelphia’s Emergency Relief Fund

Actor Damon Bonetti gives us some details on the hilarious twist of a Sherlock Holmes classic at Theatre Horizon

-Brenda Hillegas Feature photo: Damon Bonetti in The Hound of the Baskervilles. Photo by Alex Medvick. A Sherlock Holmes classic with a twist! The Hound of the Baskervilles is a comedic spoof of the classic Sherlock Holmes novel by Arthur Conan Doyle. You can see this unique, fun retelling at Norristown’s Theatre Horizon for a limited engagement between November 10th and December 8, 2019. Tickets and more info … Continue reading Actor Damon Bonetti gives us some details on the hilarious twist of a Sherlock Holmes classic at Theatre Horizon

Celebrating the 25th Annual Barrymore Awards at the Bok Building

-Brenda Hillegas Twenty-five years is a long time to celebrate something. It’s a number worthy of recognition. When it comes to Philadelphia theatre’s scene, though, and everything Theatre Philadelphia has done to help our city’s arts culture strive, every year is deserving of a celebration. That’s why we have the Barrymore Awards. The awards and ceremony, nationally recognized, honors the local artists and theatre companies … Continue reading Celebrating the 25th Annual Barrymore Awards at the Bok Building