ACTION HAPPY HOURS:
Stand with us and make a difference with every sip!

THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS of YOU FOR ME FOR YOU
Pre-Show 5:30 - 7:30 pm  
FEATURING: Beer & Wine Specials AND limited 1/2 Price Ticket Discounts
(A portion of proceeds go to a local charitable organization)
#ACTIONHAPPYHOUR #AllAreWelcome

COMING UP:

 
 
DEFENSIVE LINE

DEFENSIVE LINE

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 7:
HIAS PA -- WELCOME THE STRANGER: A Happy Hour StoryCorp
event including a discussion of immigration advocacy
HIAS Pennsylvania provides legal and supportive services to immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers from all backgrounds in order to assure their fair treatment and full integration into American society. As part of this event, we will write letters to specific immigrants to support them in their struggles and create a StoryCorps phone and video set up for those that want to tell their own immigration story. 

FRIDAY, APRIL 8:
SOCIETY of YOUNG KOREAN AMERICANS / WHARTON KOREA CLUB -- Meet & Greet with playwright Mia Chung and choreographer Jungwoong Kim

Playwright Mia Chung and Choreographer Jungwoong Kim will be on hand to answer questions regarding their experience and the story of YOU FOR ME FOR YOU - all are welcome!
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THURSDAY, APRIL 13:
DEFENSIVE LINE --  THE FRONT LINES: A workshop on how to call (and call out) your representatives (proceeds benefit FAIR DISTRICTS PA)

The Defensive Line is a group of activists who make daily phone calls to Senators and Congresspeople to influence policy and change. Every day a new prompt goes out between 7am and 11am on Facebook in order to mobilize callers around the daily issue. Most of the issues involve redrawing PA voting districts, healthcare reform and opposing the Trump agenda. Members will be on hand to teach you the trick to making effective phone calls and tips on getting over your calling anxiety. 

FRIDAY, APRIL 14:
ASIAN ARTS INITIATIVE --  THE CULTURAL MAPPING TOOLKIT: learn how to develop the community resources that are available to you!

Asian Arts Initiative advances racial equity and understanding, activating artists, youth, and their communities through creative practice and dialogue grounded in the diverse Asian American experience. Representatives will join us help learn more about how to identify community strengths and resources by linking arts and cultural groups.

Questions? -- contact Cat Ramirez @ Cramirez@interacttheatre.org