Miro Dance Theatre

Miro Dance Theatre creates and performs original work that explores the collaborative intersections of dance, video, and visual art. Miro uses classical technique as a departure point from which to explore new and challenging dance vocabularies, ideologies, performance disciplines, and the way media co-exist within the performance space. Read more »

Theatre Confetti, "Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them"

Canary Promotion is helping Theatre Confetti spread the word about its first full-length production under its new name and leadership of co-artistic directors Nicole Paloux and < Read more »

Theatre Confetti

Foundedby Co-Artistic Directors Bi Jean Ngo and Nicole Paloux, Theatre Confetti (formerly known as Nice People Theatre Company) is dedicated to the development and production of visually and emotionally moving Philadelphia and World Premieres of stories that are thought provoking and inspire conversation beyond the walls of the theatre.

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Press Contact: Canary Promotion
Rose Mineo, rose [at] canarypromo [dot] com
Office: (215) 690-4065

Ira Brind School of Theater Arts


A Free Man of Color
By John Guare
Directed by Matt Pfeiffer

The Philadelphia premiere of the newest play by award-winning dramatist John Guare, set in boisterous New Orleans just prior to the Louisiana Purchase. When America acquires the Louisiana Territory in 1801, it brings American rule and racial segregation to that chaotic and colorful world, but Jacques Cornet, a flamboyant, libidinous “free man of color,” finds himself suddenly deprived of his liberty. Read more »

The Ira Brind School of Theater Arts at the University of the Arts

About the University

The Ira Brind School of Theater Arts at the University of the Arts has been providing conservatory training to aspiring theater professionals for over 25 years.  Its alumni can be found on Broadway, leading regional theaters, film and television.

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The University of the Arts
320 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Extremely Public Displays of Privacy

Audiences are encouraged to stray outside the usual boundaries of theatre art in Extremely Public Displays of Privacy, a three-part performance experience from New Paradise Laboratories. The interactive cross-media, music and theatre piece begins online on September 2 as part of the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, then travels through Center City Philadelphia and concludes with a live show as part of the Philly Fringe in September. It then continues to play through October 1.   Read more »

New Paradise Laboratories

New Paradise Laboratories (NPL) was founded to create surprising, meticulous, spiritually challenging, and wholly distinctive experimental theater productions that investigate physical expression, on-stage and in life. These productions are assembled using collaborative creative processes developed by the company. The work tends to value wild humor, shock, a concern for history, a muscular visual sensibility, and a fascination with the utopian impulse. Furthermore, NPL uses the fruits of its experimentation to benefit the artistic and audience community as a whole. Read more »

Amaryllis Theatre Company

Amaryllis Theatre Company produces award-winning, professional theatre that is fully inclusive and accessible. Founded in 1999 by Linda Merians, Mimi Kenney Smith and Stephen Smith, Amaryllis is one of only a handful of professional theatres in the country that regularly hires actors with disabilities. Over the last eleven years, Amaryllis has opened its productions to all, producing plays featuring actors with and without disabilities. Amaryllis provides universal accessibility for both the actors and the audience members. Read more »

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Lantern Theater Company's 20th Anniversary, 2013/14 Season

In Lantern Theater Company’s milestone 20th anniversary season, Canary Promotion will deliver a fourth year of full-service media relations to drive regional and national awareness for this critically acclaimed Philadelphia gem.

LANTERN THEATER COMPANY closes its season with: Read more »