|From:||Darlene Broadway B.|
|Sent on:||Monday, August 29, 2011 7:10 PM|
I now live in Philadelphia and have high hopes for this theater group in Philadelpia, but I can not do it alone. Need others to host theater outings. Since I live near the theaters in Center City, I will be hosting theater events at these theaters, along with dinners and lunches. You can host theater outings in your neighborhood!
Also, I am a new organizer to this meetup - so many of you attended and lead events before I took over this meetup. Please let me know if you want to become an Event Organizer.
We have some theater directors, managers, actors and script writers as members, so please share with the group by posting a comment or longer message under discussion.
One of our members is Joel Markowitz who knows the Washington DC area and Philadelphia theater scene and performers through years of writing reviews for theater. He and I will be organizing trips to NYC.
Look at what is on the calendar. Elizabeth Ann told me about the Philly Fringe festival and so you see some of these events. She shared that we me and the group. That brings you value - sharing - so please share with the group - become a part of this great group of people who love and support theater.
Friday, September 2, 8pm - The Servant of Two Masters G.J. Ruggiero Productions Theater / 120 minutes Venue: Painted Bride Art Center, 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia
Sunday, September 11 - A danced lecture performed by Susan Foster Kinesthetic Empathies & Politics of Compassion go to www.livearts-fringe.org for a full description and details Venue- Live Arts Studio 919 North 5th St.
Sunday September 18, 12:15 pm - Estia (Greek) - Center City District Restaurant Week presented by TD Bank, September 12-16 & 18-23. Participating restaurants will offer three-course dinners for only $35* per person. In addition, many of the participating restaurants will also be offering a three-course lunch for $20*
Sunday, September 18, 2:30pm - Voice of this Generation: Love - Sunday, September 18, 2011 at 2:30pm First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia 2125 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Free.
Friday, October 21, 8pm - From the composer of The Phantom of the Opera comes Broadway's daring musical romance, Andrew Lloyd Webber's Aspects of Love! Sept. 6 – Oct. 23 Walnut Theater Mainstage As of August 29 there were still good single seats available. Buy your seat seat soon. Optional dinner.
Saturday, October 22, 4pm, InterAct Theater w lunch before - This is the early bird special - first Saturday afternoon - for $18 plus fee. Buy your own ticket. If we enter as a group we can sit together. The performance starts at 4PM. Lunch before around 2PM
It is so easy to post an idea - one that has received a lot of support is the idea that we see the Book of Mormon on Broadway. Joel and I plan to organize this in the spring 2012.