The Asian American Women's Coalition in collaboration with PECO and the U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau presents Continuing Our Legacy Program: Speaking up and Speaking out for Smarties.
Date: Saturday, January 18, 2014
Time: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (EST)
Location: PECO at 2301 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19101
Come and learn about:
To sign up for free, go to the eventbrite link: http://aawcsmarties.eventbrite.com
Please register by January 15, 2014. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
PECO Volunteers will return to Holy Redeemer School on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. to paint classrooms and doors. We will be meeting at the area of the Angelus House and Theresa Hu Center (school) in the back of the complex. PECO will be supplying paint and appropriate tools. A dim sum lunch will follow at a local restaurant after the event. We would like AAWC to join in and be represented. To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, November 3.
Presented by the Lifeline Music Coalition
Friday, September 13th | 12 – 2 PM
Energy Hall – PECO | 2301 Market Street | Philadelphia, PA 19103
Moderated by Jeff Duperon of WRTI 90.1FM, this program will focus on the impact of jazz music, culture and history in our communities today. Followed by a lunch reception and live music by the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble. For a full listing of programs and performances by this PECO sponsored jazz festival, visit www.philaunitedjazzfestival.com. Questions? Contact Tiffany Tavarez at 215-841-4586 or email@example.com Please forward to your friends and colleagues.
Join us at The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre in August for a special PECO Community Night of the Classical Acting Academy's production of The Two Noble Kinsmen, followed by a post-show discussion with the actors and Artistic / Executive Director Carmen Khan.
You can reserve your complimentary tickets for August 14th or August 15th at 7pm.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of tickets you'd like (you can reserve up to 4) and the night you would like to join us (August 14th or August 15th)!
About The Two Noble Kinsmen:
Brotherly love and romantic devotion form a deadly triangle in Shakespeare's retelling of Chaucer's A Knight's Tale. Written in collaboration with John Fletcher, Shakespeare's The Two Noble Kinsmen explores the desperate path of two men driven out of home and country by an untimely war. Our "two noble kinsmen" Palamon and Arcite are prisoners of war, cousins, and sworn brothers. When the two catch a glimpse of love through the bars of the jail in the form of the beautiful Emilia, sworn brotherhood makes mortal enemies as the two battle for the one who holds their hearts in her hands.
PECO is a proud supporter of the Classical Acting Academy at The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre. The Classical Acting Academy was developed to serve professional actors who want an immersion experience in classical acting techniques and performance. Over a period of eight weeks, actors work with a seasoned director, text and acting coaches, and a combat director in a professional setting, allowing them the unique opportunity to be with professionals who are working in the field. Actors have the chance to be considered for the mainstage spring productions. Final performances are free and open to the public, providing access to diverse and inclusive audiences every summer. For more information about The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, visit: www.phillyshakespeare.org.