Get bruised, get dirty, get up and destroy. An all-female and genderqueer cast portrays players, coaches, and cheerleaders and recreates the frenzied intensity of the historically male high school football experience. As the games are played out on stage a live high school band blares out pop songs charging up the fans — and the audience. With humor and genuine feeling, In the Pony Palace/Football immerses the audience in the relationships and power dynamics within a team — and explores how young athletes come to place belief and commitment in something bigger than themselves.
Learn and experience modern dance technique in a weekly Tuesday night class designed specifically for beginner students. Anatomically focused warm up leads into dynamic across the floor movement featuring phrase work, turns and jumps! No previous dance experience is necessary – class is for Beginner Adult students. Class lasts 1 hour 30 mins.
$12-15/per class or $200 for entire workshop. Installment plan available. 15% off for Neighborhood House Members.
Every Tuesday from May 20th to November 25th, 2pm – 7pm
After celebrating much success in 2013, N3RD’s Farmer’s Market returns to 2nd and Church streets with double the vendors! This is a collaboration with IndyHall and Christ Church to bring growers, makers and farmers to Old City.
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No rehearsals. No director. No set. A new actor for each performance. On stage in a sealed envelope the script awaits as the audience arrives. An actor, who has never read the script, steps on stage and opens the envelope. Now, the audience seated, the actor performs the script for the first—and last—time. And then a carrot, a ladder, a rabbit, a bear, a circus, some poison, a playwright, an actor, and the audience are ensnared in this wild theatrical adventure.
This sneakily guided adventure transforms Philadelphia’s oldest neighborhood into a giant stage. Fill out a psychological survey and then embark on a personalized journey through the streets and architecture of Old City. Sixty strategically placed artists and residents surprise you with performances, taking you from reality into a world of dream-like possibilities.
Clancy Works Dance Company is looking for MALE and FEMALE dancers for their 2014-2016 performance season!
Sunday, August 17th | 11:30am – 2:30pm @ Christ Church Neighborhood House – 20 North American Street, Philadelphia PA, 19106.
In addition to formal concerts (around 10 each season), Clancy Works Dance Company conducts a series of Arts in Education Residencies and School Assemblies (around 30 each season) throughout the Greater Washington, DC area. Dancers are paid at a competitive wage for rehearsals and performances, and have the opportunity to earn more funds through teaching in their Arts-In Ed Programs for K-12 students. They also offer professional development and teacher training.
Space is limited! To reserve a spot by sending a resume and headshot to: email@example.com.
Dancers are expected to be warm and ready to move by 11:30am. Auditionship fee $15 payable via cash or check at location. This audition/workshop is designed for dancers who have a strong background in contemporary modern dance with an interest in partnering and exploring ideas analytically as well as physically. It is recommended that you look at our videos in order to get a better sense of our work.
Aug 10th 1pm Opening Perf Reception, 2pm Opening Performance
Aug 12th – 16th 7:30 pm
Aug 17th 2:30 pm
Aug 19th – 23rd 7:30 pm
Aug 24th 2:30 pm
Clive Barker’s Crazyface takes you on a journey of fantastic proportions. Join Tyl Eulenspiegel as he travels the low countries of Europe during the Spanish Inquisition. Along the way, you’ll encounter witches, roaming hordes of bandits, pig breeders, angels and much more! When Tyl comes in possession of a special box that contains a magical substance, however, three spies are sent out to find him, even as his long-lost brother seeks to kill him. In the course of the satiric comedy, Tyl grows from legendary fool into a man.