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Would you sign up for Catherine's class?

Over the summer, Catherine taught a course in her home called The Fall of American Civilization (heavy, right?). Enrollment was light, but the conversation was intense! We are thinking of offering the class once more and wanted to avail Catherine's syllabus. What do you think? Would you take her class? What module would you want to discuss?



 



 



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From Slasher Films to Reality TV - From Betty Friedan to Dr. Phil, a Glossary for 'Rapture, Blister, Burn'

As one of our sneak-peek audience members stated, there is some "powerful dialogue" in Gina Gionfriddo's Rapture, Blister, Burn! Catherine's summer seminar certainly packs-in quite a bit of information and the conversation among the students is filled with references ranging from slasher films of the 1970s to Reality Television - from Betty Friedan to Dr. Phil. We thought it might be helpful to give you a short primer - a "refresher" if you will - on some of the key references made in Rapture, Blister, Burn.

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Important information: Please read!

With the opening of the 2014/15 Season and Rapture, Blister, Burn, we are thrilled to launch Wilma WynTix: Big Theater. Small Prices. Subsidized tickets by the Wyncote Foundation. Our goal is to make the living, adventurous art we create on our stage affordable and available to a much broader audience. This new initiative complements and builds upon the highly successful Virginia and Harvey Kimmel Family Campaign to Build the Audiences of Tomorrow.

All tickets for the four-week subscription run of Wilma productions are now enjoyed by the general public at the subsidized rate of $25 and $10 for students and theater artists. What happens if we extend a show beyond four weeks? Ticket prices will revert to the standard Philadelphia regional theater price of $45 and upgrade fees will apply. That is why we encourage you to come early and come often! We also enlist your support to spread the word: bring friends, family, and colleagues, and help promote the vitality of living, adventurous art in Greater Philadelphia.