The Arden Blog Category: Apprentices

Checking in with past APAs: A Live Arts/Fringe Round Up

September 2, 2011

By Mark Kennedy, Arden Professional Apprentice Class 17 110%  That’s what the Arden teaches its Professional Apprentices, the six young professionals entering the Philadelphia theatre community with a 10-month job…

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It’s Important to Remember That You’re Totally Qualified to Do This

June 6, 2011

Read about Harry’s adventure on the catwalks.

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March 11, 2011

By: Tara Demmy, Arden Professional Apprentice You may have attended A Moon for the Misbegotten and found a survey stuck to the back of your chair with blue tape. You…

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How to Manage a Stage

February 10, 2011

By Harry Watermeier, >illness Arden Professional Apprentice Okay, listen, I don’t actually know how to manage a stage—it’s only day one. But, I’ve learned a few basic things about stage…

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The Art (and Entertainment) of the Quick Change

February 8, 2011

By Rob Heller, Arden Professional Apprentice I am currently Assistant Stage Managing the Arden’s Production of A Moon for the Misbegotten. I have done a little bit of stage managing…

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Arden for All – Adventures in Eddystone

January 28, 2011

By Shanna Tedeschi, Arden Professional Apprentice Greetings friends! Shanna here–an Arden Professional Apprentice and Teaching Artist. Did you know that every year over 2, >pharmacy 500 excited kids in Philadelphia,…

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Philly in Photos, Part 3

January 21, 2011

Just joining us? Read Philly in Photos, Part 1 and Part 2 By Harry Watermeier, Arden Professional Apprentice This is another cool coffee place in Philadelphia. I’m not sure if…

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Philly in Photos, Part 2

January 19, 2011

To read the introduction and first installment of Philly in Photos, sick click here By Harry Watermeier, >pharmacy Arden Professional Apprentice This is “Creamy, ” the other Vespa I pass on…

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Philly in Photos, part 1

January 17, 2011

By Harry Watermeier, Arden Professional Apprentice It seems like my fellow apprentices have already written some fascinating and articulate blog posts on children’s theatre, research conferences, and assistant stage management. Unfortunately,…

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A Day in the Life of an Assistant Stage Manager

December 31, 2010

By Andrew Wojtek, Arden Professional Apprentice and Assistant Stage Manager for The Borrowers As part of the Arden Professional Apprenticeship, each apprentice serves as the Assistant Stage Manager (ASM) for…

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