The Arden Blog Tagged: Miscellaneous

Advocate for the Arden and for the arts in your community!

February 18, 2011

By Megan Staples, >diagnosis Development Assistant Click Here to Email Your Representative We at the Arden believe in the power of the arts to strengthen communities, and we are not…

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Where are they now: Justin Townsend

December 9, 2010

By Courtney Riggar, Production Manager Hopefully this will be the first in a series of blog entries to keep you up to date on what some of our visiting artists…

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Under Construction

March 31, 2010

Now that spring is in the air, we are planning our “summer projects”. In the short time we have between productions and rehearsals, every department has things we want to…

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Selecting the 2010/11 Season

January 7, 2010

By Ed Sobel, Associate Artistic Director If you are reading this, chances are you have at least a passing interest in the Arden and our programming. Maybe you are even…

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Remembering Peggy Amsterdam

December 29, 2009

By Amy L. Murphy, Managing Director We have been blessed in Philadelphia to have had leadership from an extraordinary woman, Peggy Amsterdam. As head of the Cultural Alliance, Peggy took…

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Halloween at the White House

November 3, 2009

We are thrilled to report some great news for James Kronzer, the Barrymore-Award winning Set Designer for Something Intangible. This Halloween, Jim decorated the North side of the White House!…

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Social Networking

February 25, 2009

Check out this article that ran in the Philadelphia Inquirer on Tuesday, February 24: Philadelphia fine arts scene goes where youth are. And while you’re at it, become a fan…

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Red Herring: Performed nationally and locally

February 20, 2009

Arden Theatre Company has a strong commitment to developing and producing new work, in 21 seasons we have produced 30 world premieres including My Name Is Asher Lev and Something…

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Cupid Strikes…at the Arden!

February 9, 2009

Sally Wojcik, the Arden’s Education and Group Services Manager, chats about her and Will Lambrakos, the Arden’s Master Carpenter, wedding plans for August. Following in a long line of Arden…

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Meticulous Gentlemen

December 16, 2008

Dennis Smeal, literary manager for the Arden, discusses the workshop of his new play, Meticulous Gentlemen. So the name of the play is Meticulous Gentlemen and I wrote the first…

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