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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Events: AGAIN, by TS Hawkins

a new play by TS Hawkins
directed by Katrina Shobe

Ciani Barclay
Niya Colbert
Cynda Purnell
Joshuah Simpson
James Whitfield

Thursday, November 2nd at 730PM
Friday, November 3rd at 730PM
Saturday, November 4th at 2PM & 730PM
Sunday, November 5th at 2PM & 730PM

Rotunda | 4014 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA

**click HERE to purchase**

AGAIN, by TS Hawkins, is a choreopoem experience highlighting the black and brown voices that exclaim “stop killing us” while white supremacy and toxic masculinity retort “why?”.

The Bridge PHL, is an annual play festival which strives to foster healing connections between rich and diverse communities by encouraging openness and dialogue about perspectives on racial prejudice, privilege, inclusion, and bias. Each autumn, the annual festival welcomes both experienced and new artists wishing to engage in the mission to further the endeavor to

Friday, May 12, 2017

News: #SuiteReality Wins the 2017 Surya Recognition Award!

#SuiteReality will be receiving a
2017 Surya Recognition Award from Bonaly Reviews!

Honored to have partnered with Kalif Troy, Karina Banks, Tiffany Bacon,
Tiffany Roxanne Barrett, Ashley Ayanna, Ashley B. Spearman, and #AliyahIsis
to bring this work to life with the intention, inclusivity, accountability, healing,
meaning, brilliance, truth, and joy in which the award stands for!

ABOUT THE SURYA’S – Bonaly’s 2017 Recognitions: 
At the end of the first year, we are joyful about so many things that we experienced throughout the season, and we want to share our love by acknowledging some of that amazing work.
We also realized that so much happened this season that we weren’t able to see,
so we reached out to the community for their nominations
of Unsung Heroes who make Philly Theater great in less visible ways.

Bonaly Reviews is named for Surya Bonaly; a French figure skater. Bonaly was an excellent skater, but was also unique. She was a black skater with her own powerful style; a particular magic. She never broke any rules of the sport but she did go against the unspoken expectations.