Thursday, June 10, 2010

Member News: Bonnie MacAllister

Bonnie MacAllister is a part of the New Light theatre series featuring original work by Philadelphia women artists. She cowrote "Silks and Satins" with Jana Nogowski, and she acts in the piece as Blue. The performance run begins Wednesday, June 16 through Sunday, June 20. To buy tickets click here. Support original work by local women!

From New Light:

Join us as we celebrate the Birth Control Pill's 50th Birthday, explore the misconceptions of Paganism and are inspired by the spirit of Mimi of La Boheme. These new multidisciplinary performances are only some of the exciting new works that you'll see at New Light 2010.

Meet the New Light artists on Friday, June 18th at our post-show reception!

New Light 2010 Artists include: Hannah Tsapatoris MacLeod, Kate Quinn, Gillienne Nadeau, Carla Mariani, Gabrielle Corsaro, Ana Rankin, Ruchama Bilenky, Kirsten Quinn, Ellen Podolsky, Debra Leigh Scott, Pamela Dollak, Mary Ellen Cosaboon, Patricia Crebase, Kate Black Regan, Caitlin McMahon, Jackie Ruggiero Jacobson, Celeste Walker, Alex Llyod, Denise Shubin, Jana Nogowski, Bonnie MacAllister and Jen Hutten

Green Light Arts is a member-based nonprofit organization that supports and unites women artists of all disciplines to create art that enriches our society. Green Light Arts (formerly Green Light Productions) underwent a major transition in 2009 to redefine our commitment to all women artists. Green Light is dedicated to the success of female artists and our core programs include New Light, GLO, The Women's Art Show and The Emerging Artists Mentorship Program. All women artists are invited to become an Artist Member for $24 annual dues. Artist Members are the core of Green Light Arts. For more information about the benefits of membership please visit

From June 16, 2010 7:00 PM through June 20, 2010 3:00 PM

The Playground Theatre
2030 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103


Info Line 215-681-0211

Alex Dilks Pandola
1819 JFK Blvd.
Suite 400
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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