Philadelphia Museum of Art Summer Exhibits

June 10, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle While the reopening of the Rodin Museum is on July 13th, there is no hurry to get there, it won’t be going anywhere. On the other hand, there are several exhibits at the Philadelphia Art Mus...

Art at The Barnes Foundation – History a Few Blocks Away

June 10, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle May 16, 2012. I couldn’t sleep.  The images kept flashing through my mind.  I had just seen history in the form of remarkable artwork. A Picasso, a Matisse, a Van Gogh that would be the ce...

“Changing The Game” – CCP Professor Rel Dowdell Film Premier

June 10, 2012

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By Managing Editor, Tai A. Virgil On May 11th Community College of Philadelphia Professor Rel Dowdell’s feature film “Changing the Game” was premiered at the AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24 Theatre in Cherry Hill, New Jersey....

A Grand Night For Singing

May 15, 2012

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By Paul Eberle - Editor-in-Chief      It was a Thursday, May 3rd. The night before I yelled as the Flyers lost in round two of the playoffs, I cheered as the Sixers beat the Bulls, and I was grateful to have missed the last innings of a Phillies loss while watching the other Philly sports teams....

Pulitzer Prize Winner and Poet Laureate Kay Ryan Speaks at CCP

April 22, 2012

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By Ashley Rivera - Staff Writer The 2012 Poets and Writers Festival celebrated a reading by the Pulitzer Prize winning poet Kay Ryan. The reading was held in the CBI building on Aril 12th at 3:30 p.m. Elaine Terranova, a Professor here at the Community College and a...

Summer Reading

April 22, 2012

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Summer reading suggestions from the staff and books written by them. Reviews and suggestions from Professor Joe Kenyon Into the Everything By Jeff Mark (Markovitz) http://www.punkinhouse.com/Jeff_Mark.html Rey Ovitz comes to Philadelphia looking to accomplish something, if not something great. Instead, what he finds...

CCP Professor, and Professional Actor Shares her Knowledge with Acting Students

April 22, 2012

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By Diane Mapp - Staff Writer Kirsten Quinn is a Professor in the Communication Arts/Theatre department at CCP and has been working professionally in theatre since 1997. She has been working all around Philadelphia as an actress,...

Uptown Youth Group Reenactment

April 22, 2012

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By Justin Clarke - Managing Editor Uptown made its way downtown to CCP’s Main Campus for Civility Week on Wednesday, April 11 when representatives of the legendary and historical Philadelphia based Uptown Theater held an open foru...

“Chasing That Streetcar Named Desire”

April 22, 2012

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By Ashley Rivera - Staff Writer “A Streetcar Named Desire” is a famous play written by Tennessee Williams. His play influenced Peggy Mecham and Quinn Eli, Professors at CCP, to write the CCP’s unique version of the play called “Chasing That Streetcar Named Desire.” The play w...

Doubt – A Parable

April 8, 2012

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An all too real issue is addressed By Paul Eberle - Editor-in-Chief A 2005 Tony award for Best Play, Drama Desk award for Outstanding New Play, a 2007 Touring Broadway Award and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama; Doubt – A Parable has not...

GOD OF CARNAGE: A Hilarious Play at the Walnut St. Theatre

April 8, 2012

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Press Release Philadelphia, PA: Walnut Street Theatre continues its landmark 203rd season with the Philadelphia premiere of the internationally acclaimed comedy GOD OF CARNAGE. Directed by Walnut’s Artistic Producing Director Bernard Havard, the Tony Awardwinn...

Cyrano at the Arden Theater

March 25, 2012

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By Paul Eberle - Editor-in-Chief The lights went down and silence ensued before erupting into an appreciative applause; it seemed that for a moment the audience sat in a stunned solemn quiet, absorbing the final scene of Cyrano that transpired before them. Not until ...

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