New Clients and Lots of Press
May is very active around here. Sarah Sanford just opened Appetite to a lot of press including a feature in The Philadelphia Inquirer and a pick in City Paper. DSI Comedy Theater picked up press in The Herald Sun and The Independent Weekly for their month long Carolina's Funniest contest.
This week, First Person Arts is welcoming Found Magazine's Denim and Diamonds Tour, and the following week they welcome author Mark Rudd, who is discussing his new memoir. Philly Improv Theater has an exciting May week of performances that runs May 4-10.
Also coming up this month is Philadelphia Theater Workshop's World Premiere The Meatpacker's Book Club, a self-produced production of the compelling new play Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier, and an exciting interpretation of Don Quixote.