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Arden taught me how to do all that.” , which christens the new “Bob and Selma” Nov. “I’ve been cast in things I might not ordinarily have been cast in, which has really helped me stretch.
I’m good at comedy, and they’ve cast me in comedies, but I’ve also done ” Hollinger, a playwright who’s also a professor of theater at Villanova University, got his start at the Arden with a 1994 world-premiere production.
And she’ll direct an adaptation of Toni Morrison’s at the F. She says, “I began as an apprentice at the Arden 24 years ago, and I’m so grateful I went there instead of to a grad school.
dining hours, which are crucial.” She and several other restaurant owners regularly have partnerships with the theater.
“The Arden has been,” Yin says, “amazing neighbors.” Nolen remembers the early days in Old City, when “one of our funders went to a show here for the first time, and she went out and somebody had broken into her car. It’s great when visiting artists come to town, to take them to High Street or Panorama.
“He shared everything – marketing information, production resources, archives. Second Street, where it has been ever since, expanding all the time. In 2013, the Hamilton Family Arts Center opened, and, this year, it’s the 100-seat Selma M. Horan Studio Theatre (the “Bob and Selma”) at the Hamilton Building. “Our first commitment is to Philly actors,” Nolen says.
And the Walnut gave us credibility.” Arden opened in 1988 with a Kurt Vonnegut adaptation. Arden has put on adaptations of literary works (as in Posner’s , running now through Oct. “When we first opened and started getting great reviews, people said, ‘Where did you get these actors?