ACT II PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS STEEL MAGNOLIAS
BroadStreetReview.com - February 1, 2023
It may seem idealistic to imagine a space in which women of three generations of wisdom and experience can come together and be their authentic selves. But that is what’s been happening at Ambler’s Act II Playhouse, as an all-woman cast prepares to perform the iconic Steel Magnolias.
THEATRE IN THE X PRESENTS PAC AND BIGGIE ARE DEAD
BroadStreetReview.com - November 9, 2022
In 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.
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...
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.
ME TOO, WITH LOVE: THIS SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH I ACKNOWLEDGE SURVIVORS' COMPLICATED FEELINGS
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...
"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...
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...