Brunchburgh Bites, Episode 1: Brunchadelphia with Arethusa Speaks

We’re on vacation from the Burgh and bringing you this bite-size episode from Philadelphia, PA! Joining us are theater artists J Colie McClellan and Mark Kennedy, whose show, They Call Me Arethusa, will be playing at the 2014 Philadelphia Fringe Arts festival. We talk about the show origins as an outlet for stories about domestic violence, the process of working with victims to develop the story, and where they want to take it from here.

Recorded on location at Cedar Point Bar and Kitchen in Philadelphia, PA.

Follow the show @brunchburgh, online at www.brunchburgh.com, and on iTunes.

Follow Mary on Twitter @maryestew .

Learn more about They Call Me Arethusa on their website Arethusa Speaks.

For showtimes and tickets, or to learn more about the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, visit the Fringe Arts website.

Follow Colie on Twitter @coliemclellan or visit her website coliemclellan.com.

Follow Mark on Twitter @echolocated.

Mentioned in this Episode:
Women’s Center of Montgomery County, PA
Women Against Abuse
Laurel House
Lutheran Settlement House
Piccolo Spoleto Festival
My Sister’s House
Fractured Atlas
Pig Iron Theater Company

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