Philadelphia

The re-launch of Theatre Confetti Party – Martha Undressed Production 2/2/12

Last week was the re-launch of Theatre Confetti (formerlyNice People Theatre) Sponsored by the Wyncote Foundation, and held at the Underground Arts at the Wolf Building in the Loft District.
The brainchild of Nicole Paloux of Red Balloon PR and Bi Jean Ngo, Theatre Confetti is a pop-up theatre and will put on shows and art performances all over the City. First up Martha Undressed – a Theatre Confetti Production which will be staged at the Sofitel in Center City on February 2. Tixs here.

Enjoying the nights festivities were Kristina Jenkins, Where Magazine editor and Brett Coppol, Where Magazine’s sales team
The Taco Loco Food Truck was there selling tacos and unusually flavored cupcakes that aren’t typically on the menu from Brown Betty Dessert Boutique.

Rue La La’s Justin Fine with Blair DonovanTheatre Confetti will put on at least two thought provoking production a year.
Fred Katzm board members and owner of Katz Frantz and Co. and Michael Katz
Actors Davon Williams and Anjoli Santiago
uwishunu’s Nicole Rossi and friendThe interior was transformed into a unique theatrical experience, with help from Crème Design, interior designer of Jose Garces‘ restaurants.

Béke Beau and Christopher Carlson. Béke, a make-up artist, just put on a terrific presentation for the Greater Philadelphia Association of Bridal Consultants meeting last night at The Union League. I hear it went well. no actors were hurt during this performance art
Hyatt Bellevue’s GM Jeff Miller and Eddie Dseguera. There was a pop-up open bar hosted by Rolling Barrel Events
Nicole Paloux with her parents Marci Blicher and Bert Blicher.
Last year they produced the successful, and controversial production “Love Jerry” at the Latvian Society
Jeanine Beverly, Neal Beverly, and Liz Mann

Theatre Confetti Directors Bi Jean Ngo and Nicole Paloux with board member Vincent Vienne. Vincent is also the GM of Sofitel where Theatre Confetti’s next production will be staged

Philadelphia’s favorite drag queen cabaret
stripped down to the bare necessities and unplugged:
The Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret
Martha Undressed
Thanks to Mike Hirata Photography