Lifestyles

Technically peaking

A Point Breeze denizen is serving as the technical director for a producing playwrights collective's third offering.

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Contemporary commentary

A Passyunk Square dweller is doing double duty in a late 20th-century take on a frenetic French play.

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Fitness for the defense

A Point Breeze resident will oversee an expo designed to decrease the ubiquity of childhood obesity.

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Experiencing his fin-est hour

A Passyunk Square theater professional’s newest project draws from his affinity for an aquatic cinematic masterpiece. 

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Nun shall pass

A Lower Moyamensing resident is proving delighted  and delightful in donning a  habit as a “Sister Act” cast member.

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Scissor kicks

Anthony Scarduzio readily admits that he never really enjoyed academic settings, but anyone with intimate knowledge of the 30-year-old can say he is diligently completing his course load at the school of hard knocks.

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Singel’s bar

Eric Singel savors challenges, believing that each undertaking allows him to contribute elements of his effervescent personality.

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Rising through a fallen faction

Surprising others can certainly prove an enticing endeavor, but what about the satisfaction that comes from astonishing oneself?

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Tenaglia voicing his opinion

Over his 53-year, rarely-a-dull-moment life, John Tenaglia has nourished lasting love for opera and wife Joan. Eager to sing the praises of each amazing influence, he will pull double duty Saturday through “Tutto Verismo,” a gala concert through which he will laud Italian masters and perform with his pride of nearly 29 years.

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Tracking his progress

Minimizing malaise has always amounted to a practice that produces financial profit, but what about recognizing the emotional compensation for countering discomfort and creating contentment?

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