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Featured Event

Curio Theatre Opens 10th Anniversary Season with
the World Premiere of “The Matter of Frank Schaefer”
November 12-December 6

Curio Theatre Company begins its 10th Anniversary season with a bang. The company is debuting a newly created work, The Matter of Frank Schaefer, this November. The Matter of Frank Schaefer follows the journey of Lebanon County pastor Rev. Frank Schaefer from April 28, 2007—when he performs the marriage of his son to another man—through the 2013 trial in which the church finds him guilty of disobedience and removes him from service. In the course of his dynamic and influential response to the trial, Schaefer challenges the Church “to stop treating gays as second-class Christians.” The play asks the questions, What makes a Christian? And Who sets the rules of proper Christianity?
This world premiere runs November 12-December 6. Opening night is Friday, November 14 at 8 p.m. The show will be performed at Curio’s home space at the Calvary Center for Culture and Community, 4740 Baltimore Avenue. Tickets cost $15-$25 and are available by phone at 215-525-1350 or online at www.curiotheatre.org

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The Baltimore Avenue Business Association, (BABA), represents the businesses along the vibrant Baltimore Avenue corridor in University City, West Philadelphia. All of the businesses are easily reached by taking the Green Line 34 Trolley or by following the bike paths. You can, of course, walk or drive.

This business corridor serves the diverse West Philly community which cuts across several neighborhood associations: Cedar Park, Garden Court and Spruce Hill. The heart of the community, of course, is beloved Clark Park where everyone can be seen at one time or another. Young or old, families, students, business people, anarchists, artists, musicians and their 4-legged friends all relax and play at the park. And twice a week, the Clark Park Farmers Market is jammed with people buying fresh farm produce.

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