The Arden Blog Tagged: 2011/12

The Lincoln Man

November 28, 2011

By Ryan Prendergast, Arden Professional Apprentice In the second act of The Whipping Man as Caleb and John prepare for their Passover seder, the elder slave Simon (Johnnie Hobbs, Jr.)…

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The Civil War at the National Museum of American Jewish History

November 18, 2011

By Leigh Goldenberg, Marketing and PR Manager On Tuesday, November 15, members of the Arden’s Sylvan Society joined members of the National Museum of American Jewish History at the museum…

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Sounds of the Civil War

November 16, 2011

By Christopher Colucci, Sound Designer for The Whipping Man If I were, for some strange reason, asked the question “do you think there is a possibility that you will ever…

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Opening Night of The Whipping Man

November 4, 2011

After closing August: Osage County on Sunday, the Arden opened The Whipping Man this Wednesday, November 2nd. Members of the Sylvan Society celebrated at a pre-show reception at Revolution House…

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How is this night different?

November 2, 2011

By Leigh Goldenberg, >health Marketing and Public Relations Manager Each spring since I’ve lived on my own, >health I’ve hosted a Passover Seder for friends and family. My hosting involves…

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The American Family

October 14, 2011

By Ed Sobel, >troche Arden Associate Artistic Director and original dramaturg on August: Osage County “Home is the place where when you have to go there, >ailment they have to…

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What took you so long? This house doesn’t even have walls.

October 11, 2011

By Glenn Perlman, >buy the Arden’s Technical Director Building the set for August: Osage County — on stage through October 30 — presented some real challenges. Some came from the…

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Opening Night for August: Osage County

October 10, 2011

The Arden kicked off our 24th season on Wednesday, October 5th with August: Osage County! Members of the Sylvan Society gathered across the street from the Arden at LG Tripp…

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August in the Mountains

August 10, 2011

By Megan Staples, clinic Development Assistant I grew up in a busy suburban town, north of Philadelphia. Each year as an escape, my family lived at our mountain property during…

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August: Montgomery County

August 4, 2011

By Leigh Goldenberg, Marketing and PR Manager I grew up in an 1860’s farmhouse, on top of a hill, just 10 miles north of Philadelphia in Montgomery County. While definitely…

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