Thursday, August 21, 2014 Av 25, 5774

Greg Salisbury

Arts/Culture Editor
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From the tough sell de­part­ment, theatrical division: Trying to convince potential investors and audiences alike that watching an imagined 80-minute conversation (no intermission here, folks!), primarily about God and belief, between Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis. One set, no other actors, just two white guys sitting around talking. “I was told by two different producers that there was no...
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Family Pictures Oct. 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. marks the opening reception for “Generation to Generation,” the new exhibition at University of the Arts. The show celebrates the work of the father-son duo of the late Isa and Ivan Barnett. Barnett père was a renowned artist during the last century whose work appeared in numerous media, including The Saturday...
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While no statistics are available for this sort of thing, in all likelihood, the Philadelphia Theatre Company’s first production of its 2012-2013 season, the world premiere of a musical called Stars of David, will set the re­cord for most Jewish-American luminaries to be featured onstage in the same play. Based on the book, Stars of David: Prominent Jews Talk About...
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Design of the Times Design Philadelphia takes center stage through Oct. 14. The city’s premier festival devoted to Philadelphia’s community of designers dedicated to enhancing our daily lives will showcase local talent like Four Corners: Design from Philly Surrounds. Held at Minima Gallery in Old City, this exhibit, curated by Royce Epstein and Caroline Tiger, focuses on demonstrating the possibility...
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In the centuries-long history of American theater, there have been numerous examples of popular, critically acclaimed plays and musicals with Jewish themes: Fiddler on the Roof, Broken Glass, Conversations With My Father, Pirates of Penzance, to name a few. No, you haven't wandered into an easily solved version of "One of these things is not like the other." According to...
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Profile

Greg Salisbury first came to the Exponent as an intern at Inside magazine. He has been the editor of Special Sections since 2000, the editor of Inside magazine since 2008 and the Arts and Culture editor since 2012.

He was born in Philadelphia, and has lived up and down the Eastern Seaboard.

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215-832-0797

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