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PIFA (Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts)

I have some very exciting news to share with everyone which I'm super excited about. Thanks to Leonard Jacobs, a fellow-blogger, who runs the very successful "Clyde Fitch Report," I'll be writing about PIFA (Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts), a first-time 25-day arts festival of 135 events with 1,500 artists happening April 7-May 1 in 125 venues throughout Philadelphia. Themed around Paris, circa 1910-1920, PIFA will feature music, dance, fashion, fine arts, poetry, cuisine and more—all generously flavored with the essence of Paris: 1910-1920. Thank you Leonard for recommended me. I'm very appreciative of your kindness!

So in the coming weeks I will be posting more interviews than usual mixing in some of the artists/performers participating in this festival that I've been fortunate enough to interview. They are artists from the world of theater, dance, opera, chamber orchestra, and the circus all from the Philadelphia area.

What makes these interviews so exciting is that I've been given the opportunity to feature artists and performers I would not have normally been exposed to. After interviewing everyone, I'm am beyond thrilled to be able to bring them and their talents to you!

I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I have enjoyed interviewing them. If you would like to help ensure that PIFA becomes an annual event please Like their Facebook Page and Follow them on Twitter. Please help support Leonard, PIFA, and all of these amazing artists/performers who are giving so much of their time to this festival!

Stay tuned as "Adaumbelle's Quest" explores the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts through May 1, with PIFA's support.


"Tales From The Tunnel" Returns!

After a hugely successful run this summer at the New York International Fringe Festival, "Tales From The Tunnel" is making a triumphant return to the Bleecker Street Theatre starting July 10 starring Tony Award Winner & upcoming "Call Me Adam" participant Wilson Jermaine Heredia (the original "Angel" from "Rent" on Broadway). This identifiable, humorous, and touching show tells a multitude of stories from riders of the subway. I saw this show at the Fringe Festival am so excited to see it again! (click here for my review of it's run at the Fringe) No matter what mode of transportation you take, "Tales From The Tunnel" is a show to treat yourself and the ones you ride with to! Performance times are Saturdays at 4pm and Sundays at 7pm.

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