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    Death Under Glass
    Mütter MuseumSeptember 23, 2014
    19 South 22nd Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    Death Under Glass allows visitors to take a microscopic look at some of the colorful but dangerous causes of death. Medical examiner Marianne Hamel and forensic photographer Nikki Johnson are the artists of the exhibit. The images show human tissue after death through a 1000-times magnified object lens. Every disease and injury got its own significant shape, color and texture.   
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    Class Show: Steve Kleinedler's Improv Level 301 Graduation Show
    Adrienne TheaterSeptember 23, 2014 7:30 PM
    2030 Sansom Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    Come see students graduating from PHIT’s Improv 301 class at our Training Center perform for family and friends!
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    Iron Sketch
    Adrienne TheaterSeptember 23, 2014 11:55 PM
    2030 Sansom Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    Iron Sketch is a monthly competitive sketch show hosted by The Chairman for Philly Improv Theater every 1st Thursday of the month."The Chairman” opens Iron Sketch to anyone provided they will pledge their time & efforts over a single month to writing, producing, and performing ten minutes of original, sketch comedy. Each contestant will be asked to collaborate with randomly assigned teammates and will work under the supervision & direction of a mentor.Each month, twelve respondents will be randomly picked & divided into groups of three. The groups will then have a month to write and develop their show with their assigned mentor. The teams then present their shows to a live audience and star-studded panel of judges!
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    Disappearing Quarterback
    Skinner Studio TheaterSeptember 23, 2014 7:00 PM
    1714 Delancey Place
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    He was a NFL starting quarterback, a Pro-Bowl hero, a man living the American Dream ... and then he disappeared. Now, nearly 40 years later, Mike Boryla (Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers) returns to tell his astounding story in the riveting one-man play, "Disappearing Quarterback". For this world premiere, Boryla journeys back to the city that made him famous to explain why he walked away from the sport and teammates he loved. Telling his story with the grace and finesse he showed on the field of Veterans Stadium, this Stanford-educated stand-out also discusses the dark side of "America's Game," including the lingering effects of concussions. Performed at the intimate Skinner Studio, "Disappearing Quarterback" puts you inside the helmet of this remarkable athlete, playwright, lawyer and original thinker.
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    The Main Dish
    Philadelphia Museum of ArtSeptember 23, 2014 10:00 AM
    2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
    Philadelphia, PA 19130

    The Main Dish explores the association between women and kitchen items. The exhibition showcases all kind of kitchen objects with different designs - each bearing characteristics synonymous with the perfect housewife - polished, organized/contained, decorative/entertaining, efficient and tidy/clean. As a compliment to the showcase, the exhibit shows Martha Rosler's feminist video from 1975, Semiotics of the Kitchen.  

     

     

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    Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love
    Philadelphia Museum of ArtSeptember 23, 2014 10:00 AM
    2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
    Philadelphia, PA 19130

    Patrick Kelly (1954-1990) was a renowned American fashion designer. Runway of Love is an exhibit of his bright and elegant clothing designs.  Kelly drew his inspiration from the different cultural influences in his life. He grew up as a gay African American under the loving care of his mother and grandmother in the American South, later moving to New York. Patrick Kelly's creativity and happy outlook on life ended early due to AIDS. Drawings and videos from fashion shows and photographs by Horst P. Horst, Oliviero Toscani and Pierre et Gilles round out the exhibit.

     

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