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  • 1:00 PMMystic Drumz - The LEGEND of Marshmallow Island - presented by The Drummer, Commonly Known as Styx
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    Mystic Drumz - The LEGEND of Marshmallow Island - presented by The Drummer, Commonly Known as Styx

    1:00pm-2:30pm

    Follow Larry the Frog on a World Music Safari Adventure in search of his father, who discovered Marshmallow Island, but didn't have any proof!  Discover percussion from all around the world, learn fun facts about animals, and DANCE like a farm animal, without leaving your living room.  This show is INTERACTIVE, as zoom participants can holler back at the TV! 

    Last minute show updates and new links may be provided at the last minute before showtime; the show runs 50 minutes but we'll have some intro banter while people gather.

    This event is FREE and registration is required. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mystic-drumz-the-legend-of-marshmallow-island-tickets-122158580603

    The Zoom link will be sent to all registered guests.

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  • 8:00 PMJim Crow of the North documentary film screening
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    Minnesota has more racial disparity than any other state in the nation. Roots of racial disparities are seen through a new lens in this 2019 film that explores the origins of housing segregation in the Minneapolis area. But the story also illustrates how African-American families and leaders resisted this insidious practice, and how Black people built community — within and despite — the red lines that these restrictive covenants created. A Twin Cities PBS Original.

    Get more info and watch the trailer at http://bit.ly/2TTkdsc

    This event is FREE and will be hosted as a Watch Party on The Rotunda's Facebook page. Just go to https://facebook.com/therotundaphilly at 8pm EDT on October 8, and you'll see the watch party in the most recent post. Click on the post and watch the film with us! The watch party will have a chat box so that you can discuss with other viewers. 

    The film runs 58 minutes.

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  • 6:00 PMFREE online workshop! Nuts & Bolts of Online Performance
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    Vision Driven Artists presents a FREE online workshop! 6-8pm

    VDA: Nuts & Bolts of Online Performance

    A panel discussion with Styx Latte (Swing That Cat) and Eugene Lew (UPenn)

    - Learn all about microphones, audio recording and mixing software, and online performance platforms

    - Hear and share tips and tricks for making your online performance sound great

    - Ask questions of two Philly-based sound and performance experts

    This workshop will take place on Zoom. 

    Registration is free, and is required. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vda-nuts-bolts-of-online-performance-tickets-120637866105. The Zoom link will be sent to all registered guests. 

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  • 6:00 PMThe Soapbox: Community Print Shop & Zine Library pres. A Collaborative Sculpture Project to Commemorate Those Lost by the Coronavirus Pandemic
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    The Soapbox: Community Print Shop & Zine Library presents A Collaborative Sculpture Project to Commemorate Those Lost by the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Oct 22, Nov. 19, and Dec. 10. Join us for one, two, or all three!

    The Soapbox is a nonprofit community print shop, book and zine making center, and library of 3,500 rare handmade publications – one of only a few spaces in the country that combines zine, book arts, and poetry chapbook worlds in one location. Since 2011, we have been offering affordable workshops, equipment access, art exhibits, readings, a reading room, and edible printing events.

    About this Event

    Join 100,000 Folds in honoring and mourning COVID-19 victims through origami. This community sculpture project is folding 100,000 pieces of paper - one for each of the first 100,000 deaths in the United States from the pandemic. During this event, gather virtually with artist Joanna Hutchinson to learn to make the folded pieces, and build community while folding with others. The folded paper units will be assembled into larger sculptures to be displayed in Philadelphia upon completion, when it is safe to do so. Participants in this online folding session will get a sneak preview of some of the plans for the final sculpture. Participants will receive a package of 45 custom cut sheets of paper to fold during this event, sent to the mailing address provided through the USPS. After the event, participants are asked to send their folded work to the artist by USPS. This online event requires students to have a device to join the class with reliable internet access. Please RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/100000-folds-a-collaborative-sculpture-project-tickets-121191590309 to receive the Zoom link. 

     If you are interested in participating in the project, but not the online event, you can sign up to work independently at 100thousandfolds.com.

    About the Instructor

    Based in West Philly, Joanna Hutchinson is a part-time sculptor, avid crafter, and enjoys a career in finance. She likes bringing people together: for friendship, community, and art making. 100,000 Folds is a way for the artist, and others, to mourn and reflect around the coronavirus crisis.

    Participation is FREE. Please RSVP for Oct 22 at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/100000-folds-a-collaborative-sculpture-project-tickets-121191590309 to receive the Zoom link. 

    To RSVP for Nov. 19 or Dec. 10, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/o/the-soapbox-community-print-shop-amp-zine-library-26170124449

  • 7:15 PMThe 2020 Bridge PHL Theatre Festival online
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    The 5th Annual Bridge PHL Theatre Festival!

    www.thebridgephl.org/2020festival

    Please join us October 22nd through 25th for our first virtual festival.

    Presented with The Rotunda via The Bridge PHL YouTube channel.

    Thursday Oct 22nd @ 7pm ET

    Friday Oct 23rd @ 7pm ET

    Saturday Oct 24th @ 7pm ET

    Sunday Oct 25th @ 2pm ET

    Free w/ RSVP! 

    (Donations gratefully accepted.)

    Visit www.thebridgephl.org/2020festival for the full roster of performances and to RSVP. 

    The Bridge PHL is a Philadelphia-based production company founded in 2015 by Gabrielle Corsaro, Hannah Tsapatoris MacLeod, Meryl Lynn Brown, and Kathy Harmer. We believe in the power of the narrative to encourage dialogue so we may all rise together to remake our world with compassion and inclusion. We seek to inspire a dialogue confronting systemic racism and to highlight the work of local black and brown theatre and performance artists.  Since 2015, our Bridge PHL family has grown into a power-packed ensemble of writers, performers, directors, and designers. 

    MISSION STATEMENT 

    The Bridge PHL strives to foster healing connections between our rich and diverse communities by encouraging openness and dialogue on racial prejudice, privilege, inclusion, intersectionality and bias. 

    VISION STATEMENT 

    Our annual theatre festival each autumn and cabaret each spring welcomes both emerging and experienced artists wishing to engage in this mission. Through theatre and the performing arts, we seek to create spaces where artists with marginalized voices, especially the diverse voices of Black American women, feel welcome and are heard. 

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  • 7:15 PMThe 2020 Bridge PHL Theatre Festival online
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    The 5th Annual Bridge PHL Theatre Festival!

    www.thebridgephl.org/2020festival

    Please join us October 22nd through 25th for our first virtual festival.

    Presented with The Rotunda via The Bridge PHL YouTube channel.

    Thursday Oct 22nd @ 7pm ET

    Friday Oct 23rd @ 7pm ET

    Saturday Oct 24th @ 7pm ET

    Sunday Oct 25th @ 2pm ET

    Free w/ RSVP! 

    (Donations gratefully accepted.)

    Visit www.thebridgephl.org/2020festival for the full roster of performances and to RSVP. 

    The Bridge PHL is a Philadelphia-based production company founded in 2015 by Gabrielle Corsaro, Hannah Tsapatoris MacLeod, Meryl Lynn Brown, and Kathy Harmer. We believe in the power of the narrative to encourage dialogue so we may all rise together to remake our world with compassion and inclusion. We seek to inspire a dialogue confronting systemic racism and to highlight the work of local black and brown theatre and performance artists.  Since 2015, our Bridge PHL family has grown into a power-packed ensemble of writers, performers, directors, and designers. 

    MISSION STATEMENT 

    The Bridge PHL strives to foster healing connections between our rich and diverse communities by encouraging openness and dialogue on racial prejudice, privilege, inclusion, intersectionality and bias. 

    VISION STATEMENT 

    Our annual theatre festival each autumn and cabaret each spring welcomes both emerging and experienced artists wishing to engage in this mission. Through theatre and the performing arts, we seek to create spaces where artists with marginalized voices, especially the diverse voices of Black American women, feel welcome and are heard. 

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  • 7:15 PMThe 2020 Bridge PHL Theatre Festival online
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    The 5th Annual Bridge PHL Theatre Festival!

    www.thebridgephl.org/2020festival

    Please join us October 22nd through 25th for our first virtual festival.

    Presented with The Rotunda via The Bridge PHL YouTube channel.

    Thursday Oct 22nd @ 7pm ET

    Friday Oct 23rd @ 7pm ET

    Saturday Oct 24th @ 7pm ET

    Sunday Oct 25th @ 2pm ET

    Free w/ RSVP! 

    (Donations gratefully accepted.)

    Visit www.thebridgephl.org/2020festival for the full roster of performances and to RSVP. 

    The Bridge PHL is a Philadelphia-based production company founded in 2015 by Gabrielle Corsaro, Hannah Tsapatoris MacLeod, Meryl Lynn Brown, and Kathy Harmer. We believe in the power of the narrative to encourage dialogue so we may all rise together to remake our world with compassion and inclusion. We seek to inspire a dialogue confronting systemic racism and to highlight the work of local black and brown theatre and performance artists.  Since 2015, our Bridge PHL family has grown into a power-packed ensemble of writers, performers, directors, and designers. 

    MISSION STATEMENT 

    The Bridge PHL strives to foster healing connections between our rich and diverse communities by encouraging openness and dialogue on racial prejudice, privilege, inclusion, intersectionality and bias. 

    VISION STATEMENT 

    Our annual theatre festival each autumn and cabaret each spring welcomes both emerging and experienced artists wishing to engage in this mission. Through theatre and the performing arts, we seek to create spaces where artists with marginalized voices, especially the diverse voices of Black American women, feel welcome and are heard. 

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  • 2:15 PMThe 2020 Bridge PHL Theatre Festival online
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    The 5th Annual Bridge PHL Theatre Festival!

    www.thebridgephl.org/2020festival

    Please join us October 22nd through 25th for our first virtual festival.

    Presented with The Rotunda via The Bridge PHL YouTube channel.

    Thursday Oct 22nd @ 7pm ET

    Friday Oct 23rd @ 7pm ET

    Saturday Oct 24th @ 7pm ET

    Sunday Oct 25th @ 2pm ET

    Free w/ RSVP! 

    (Donations gratefully accepted.)

    Visit www.thebridgephl.org/2020festival for the full roster of performances and to RSVP. 

    The Bridge PHL is a Philadelphia-based production company founded in 2015 by Gabrielle Corsaro, Hannah Tsapatoris MacLeod, Meryl Lynn Brown, and Kathy Harmer. We believe in the power of the narrative to encourage dialogue so we may all rise together to remake our world with compassion and inclusion. We seek to inspire a dialogue confronting systemic racism and to highlight the work of local black and brown theatre and performance artists.  Since 2015, our Bridge PHL family has grown into a power-packed ensemble of writers, performers, directors, and designers. 

    MISSION STATEMENT 

    The Bridge PHL strives to foster healing connections between our rich and diverse communities by encouraging openness and dialogue on racial prejudice, privilege, inclusion, intersectionality and bias. 

    VISION STATEMENT 

    Our annual theatre festival each autumn and cabaret each spring welcomes both emerging and experienced artists wishing to engage in this mission. Through theatre and the performing arts, we seek to create spaces where artists with marginalized voices, especially the diverse voices of Black American women, feel welcome and are heard. 

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  • 6:00 PMFREE online workshop! How to Podcast
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    Vision Driven Artists presents a FREE online workshop! 6-8pm

    How to Podcast

    A panel discussion with John Morrison (Co-Host of Serious Rap Sh*t) and Tezarah Wilkins (Host of Who Taught You How To Drive?!)

    - Hear from two Philly-based podcasters about how and why they got started in podcasting

    - Learn about podcasting technology, challenges, and fun aspects of the work

    Ask questions of our panelists

    https://seriousrapshit.com/

    https://www.how2drivepod.com/

    This workshop will take place on Zoom. 

    Registration is free, and is required. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vda-how-to-podcast-tickets-120639509019 . The Zoom link will be sent to all registered guests. 

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