THEATRE IN THE X PRESENTS PAC AND BIGGIE ARE DEAD
BroadStreetReview.com - November 9, 2022
n my adolescence, I alternated between listening to Tupac and Biggie, the sounds of their music emanating from my Walkman as the rappers philosophized about life, death, love, and the quest for self. Their music was so impactful...
CONSENSIS PRESENTS: - THE SCORE: WORLD PREMIÈRE
BroadStreetReview.com - October 5, 2022
As a child, being surrounded by powerful Black and Brown women, hearing their stories of sisterhood, I found my vision and my voice. I knew then, listening to the stories of Black writers, that I wanted to be a writer.
CONSENSIS - "THE SCORE"
DosageMagazine.com - October 3, 2022
Preserving the past and the past literary legacy of Black women and femme poets in Philadelphia, ConsenSIS presents "The Score" at Philadelphia's Johnson House.
WHEN YOUR DISABILITY IS OFTEN INVISIBLE,IT CAN BE HARD TO CLAIM YOUR IDENTITY
BroadStreetReview.com - July. 11, 2022
In 2012, my colon shut down. For five weeks, I couldn’t (to use a euphemism) “go to the bathroom.” After eight colonoscopy preps and a week at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, I was finally released with my colon intact and relatively functional. At the time, I felt two things...
THE ANNUAL CREATING CHANGE CONFERENCE GOES VIRTUAL
BroadStreetReview.com - Jan. 25, 2021
Locals waiting on a ruling on Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a religious freedom case currently before the Supreme Court, may be especially interested...
DAVID COPPERFIELD INDUCTED INTO PHILLY'S NMAJH HALL OF FAME
DosageMagazine.com - Dec. 15, 2020
The virtual induction ceremony for David Copperfield and Harry Houdini into the NMAJH Hall of Fame would have been magical if it weren't for the emcee.
THIS IS THE WEEK THAT IS - VIRTUALLY
DosageMagazine.com - Dec. 10, 2020
1812 Productions' "This Is The Week That Was" goes virtual for 2020, streaming live through January 3, 2021.
AN ART EXHIBIT THAT WILL HAVE YOU QUESTIONING EVERYTHING
DosageMagazine.com - Oct. 15, 2020
Philly artist, Denise Michell explores expansive reality with her "Earth As It Is...Question Everything," solo exhibition.
PROPS: NOT YOUR PARENTS' JEOPARDY
DosageMagazine.com - Sept. 8, 2020
Watch competitors rhyme their way through a series of freestyle rap challenges to answer the age-old question, WHO GOT THE PROPS?
VENICE ISLAND FROM A DISTANCE: ROUND TABLE FINALE
Venice Island Performing Arts & Rec Center - Sept. 1, 2020
Here is our Venice Island From A Distance season finale with hosts Ryan Rebel, Daralyse Lyons and Noah Herman having a roundtable discussion, reflecting on the season.
VENICE ISLAND FROM A DISTANCE: ZACK JAMES
Venice Island Performing Arts & Rec Center - Aug. 12, 2020
Here is our Venice Island From A Distance interview with Content Creator and Consultant Zack James. We are excited that he was able to take time to chat with us about the need to provide resources to black owned small businesses and the role he plays in helping to make them a success.
VENICE ISLAND FROM A DISTANCE: DARRYL CHARLES
Venice Island Performing Arts & Rec Center - July 27, 2020
Here is our Venice Island From A Distance interview with the incredibly talented Darryl Charles. We are humbled and grateful he could be a part of this project as he shares his views on the importance of comedy durning these times.
I'M COMFORTABLE WITH MYSELF. ARE YOU?
BroadStreetReview.com - June 23, 2020
By and large, I hate dating. Sure there are things I like as much as anyone: the butterflies-in-the-gut excitement of meeting someone new, the rush of exhilaration...
AS PROTESTS AGINST POLICE BRUTALITY IGNITE, WHAT CAN BLACK OFFICERS TELL US?
BroadStreetReview.com - June 9, 2020
When I was 11, I got in my first and only fight. After school at the Boys & Girls Club, I overheard a white girl call a Black boy the N-word...
BroadStreetReview.com - Apr 6, 2020
The first time I was sexually abused, I was five. My abuser was someone I knew and loved, a surrogate father figure. The details are essential to share. I've shared them before...
SOUTH JERSEY MIDDLE SCHOOLERS INTERVIEW HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR, CREATE DOCUMENTARY
WHYY - Mar 11, 2020
Holocaust survivor Goldie Finklestein was 90 years old when she passed away on December 28th, 2019. For most of her life, Finklestein remained private about her experiences...
"NAMES, NOT NUMBERS", A STUDENT HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL FILM
DosageMagazine.com - Mar 10, 2020
"Names, Not Numbers" is an oral history film project and curriculum created by Tova Fish-Rosenberg in which students learn about the Holocaust in a far more visceral and impactful way than they could ever hope to do...
THE MAGIC OF MULLER: PHILLY ARTIST WARREN MULLER'S "ON AND OFF THE WALL" EXHIBITION AT MAGIC GARDENS
Dosage Magazine - Mar 9, 2020
Warren Miller's work evokes the spirit and experience of Philadelphia. It is diverse, dynamic, beautiful, nuanced, gritty and unapologetic...
SEE PHILLY LEGEND JEN CHILDS FACE HER FEAR OF DANCE MOVING
Dosage Magazine - Mar 4, 2020
To an outsider, Jen Childs might seem like a woman who isn't afraid of anything. After all, she is the founder of 1812 Productions, a nationally -renowned performer, and...
SLAVS AND TATARS: LOOKING BACK WHILE MOVING FORWARD
Dosage Magazine - Feb 17, 2020
Slavs and Tatars operates from the vantage point that only by looking at the past can we move forward into the future in an empowered and authentic way.
HOW BEING BOTH BLACK AND WHITE HELPED ME EMBRACE ALL ASPECTS OF MYSELF: LOVING MY BIRACIAL IDENTITY
BroadStreetReview.com - Feb 10, 2020
I grew up the biracial daughter of a white single mother in a town with very little racial or ethnic diversity in the early 1980s. In honor of Black History Month...
SINGERS FOR SURVIVORS: PA RESIDENT DAVID WISNIA OFFERS HIS VOICE TO THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LIBERATION OF AUSCHWITZ
Dosage Magazine - Jan 26, 2020
Ninety-three-year-old Holocaust survivor David Wisnia has a voice and a story that demands to be heard...
PORTRAYALS OF PROMISE: KELLMAN BROWN ACADEMY PRESENTS THE ANNE FRANK CENTER'S 'LETTERS FROM ANNE & MARTIN'
BroadStreetReview.com - Jan 19, 2020
"We were victims of a broken promise", Martin Luther King Jr. wrote in his "Letter from a Birmingham Jail." King was referring to...
BOWIE FOREVER: THE NATIONAL LIBERTY MUSEUM RECOGNIZED BOWIE WITH 'WE CAN BE HEROS' EXHIBIT
BroadStreetReview.com - Jan 7, 2020
I found myself standing in front of Emma Baldwin's He Gave Us His Hand. The painting was in intricate and complex series of interwoven upward climbing...
BROTHERLY LOVE FOR DAVID BOWIE: KICK-OFF "PHILLY LOVES BOWIE WEEK: 2020
Dosage Magazine - Jan 2, 2020
For someone unfamiliar with David Bowie's illustrious career or the City of Brotherly Love's enduring connection with the British singer...
"THE NUTT CRACK-UP", CONTEMPRADANCE'S THE NUTCRACKER PHILLY STYLE
Dosage Magazine - Dec 20, 2019
ContempraDANCE Theatre's Philly Nutt Crack-Up is what you might expect in you took the Nutcracker down to South Street for...
“THIS IS THE WEEK THAT IS” AT PLAYS & PLAYERS THEATRE
Dosage Magazine - Dec. 13, 2019
The political satire show has become a Philadelphia mainstay and offers something for everyone, because who doesn’t want to laugh?...
1812 PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS "THIS IS THE WEEK THAT IS" HUMOR IN THE HEADLINES.
BroadStreetReview.com - Dec. 9, 2019
As I sat in the audience laughing, I thought, This is exactly what the world needs right now: a way to focus on...
THEATRE ARIEL – A DIFFERENT STAGING OF PERFORMANCE
Dosage Magazine - Nov 25, 2019
Employing the model of in-home performances, followed by audience and performer Q&A session, Theatre Ariel offers a spectacular and unique experience.
THE GESU SCHOOL: RETHINKING EDUCATION
Dosage Magazine - Nov 20, 2019
Philadelphia's Gesu School is raising the level and increasing the quality of education by re-evaluating the learning process.
PHILADELPHIA'S MAGIC GARDENS PRESENTS 'VISIONARY VOICES'
BroadStreetReview.com - Nov 21, 2019
As I stood in front of the image of a striking mahogany-skinned woman, her hands in front of her heart, her visage simultaneously spiritual and strong, I was overcome by a feeling of recognition.e
OFF NIGHTCLUBS? DAYBREAKER BRINGS A FRIENDSGIVING DANCE PARTY TO PHILLY
BroadStreetReview.com - Nov 18, 2019
I can distinctly remember the night I became too old for clubbing. Ten years ago at the age of 26, I was at a nightclub...
THE ART THAT SURVIVED AUSCHWITZ
BroadStreetReview.com - Nov 12, 2019
On the left-hand side of the exhibition, within a wooden frame that is hauntingly reminiscent of a concentration camp's barracks, there is a...
VIDAS SUSPENDIDAS (SUSPENDED LIVES) EXHIBITION AT PHILADELPHIA'S MAGIC GARDEN
Dosage Magazine - Nov 11, 2019
"My son and I worked together on this piece, and this is what we got," Dulce N. told me as we huddled together in the cold...
'FORBIDDEN ART' FROM CONCENTRATION CAMPS OPENS AT NATIONAL LIBERTY MUSEUM
WHYY - Nov 11, 2019
A young boy dressed in a sailor's outfit is separated from his father. The separation is witnessed by a man with a Star of David on his shoulder. The son is destined...
EMPOWERING HEALTHY MASCULINITY
The Boca Raton Tribune - Nov 8, 2019
It's Movember. No, that's not a typo. "Movember" is an amalgamation of the words November and mo (a sometimes-used shorthand for mustache)...
AN ICY SHOW WARMS THE WINTER STAGE
BroadStreetReview.com - Dec. 16, 2019
Her voice, haunting and spectacular, cut through the opening-night silence as we sat, spellbound. As The Snow Queen's title character...
USING KINDNESS TO COMBAT CRUELTY
The Boca Raton Tribune - Oct 14, 2019
If I were to ask you to think about a bullying incident in your life, you'd surely think of something. Perhaps, you were a victim...
NOTORIOUS: A RETROSPECTIVE LOOK INTO THE LIFE OF RUTH BADER GINSBERG
Dosage Magazine - Oct 4, 2019
The life and times of the Notorious RBG chronicled at the National Museum of American Jewish History
UNPACKING "THE ROOMMATE"
Dosage Magazine - Oct 3, 2019
Imagine a modern-day "Thelma & Louise" set in an Iowa City house instead of a 1966 Ford Thunderbird, and you'll have a feel for the flavor...