In celebration of the third season of the hit series GIRLS, HBO hosted a “Girls Night Out” screening event at the Prince Music Theater (1412 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia) on the same evening as the New York City premiere, which took place Monday, Jan. 6 at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Michael McEldrew, Chris Montague and Ryan Desch were on hand to check the girls in
, mom of two who hasn’t slept through the night since 2008, came out for the screening of The Girls. Check her blog out at http://www.nosleeptilcollege.com
(I think she’s sporting a Lena Dunham ‘do too, don’t you think?)
Lindsay Tharp, Emily Tharp
), Karima Akins (http://skinnyminorityblog.com/)and Erika McDaniel. The Tharp’s pre-gamed at the Happy Rooster, which seems to be a hot hangout lately, at least for my friends on Four Square.
Kate Gruber, Rebecca Lindenberger, Amy Brazina, Allison Berger and Abby Karasick. The girls told me they love The Girls as it’s 30 minutes of their real life on the screen every week.
Hannah Feragen and Rachael Silver
Move over Philly Fashionista’s there’s a new gal in town and she calls herself The Glambassador.
Katie Owens and Ashley Jordan have never seen The Girls, but were excited to end that drought with the double screening.
Rhea M. Baskerville and Carolee Houser Dunn – Love being ushers at the Prince, so many great events happening at the newly revamped venue.
Brulee Catering had the food covered, and it was delicious.
Lauren Degrosky and Alix Robinson – The Show is the voice for their generation.
Amy Holtman and Christine Tierney
fans watched a live feed of the New York premiere as the
cast appeared on the red carpet and were greeted by a personalized
messages from series creator Lena Dunham. Attendees then saw two new
episodes before the series’ return Jan. 12 on HBO.
Gina Correa looks pretty darn ready after her twitter said “Just slap on a pair of leather leggings, bronzer, and run the world” and Kate Miller, Senior Publicist at Allied Integrated Marketing / Allied-THA
Rachel Hara and Diana Zuluaga
Karima Akins, Erika McDaniel, and Rachee Fagg
Allison Putterman and Sarah Benjamin
Barrie Woodington and Devon Murtagh – Tell me that The Girls is far too relevant [pertaining to their lives.]
Tom Trudgeon and Jamey Hines, executive Director Prince Music Theater
Rhiannon Hare and Maggie Stuhler. I have never seen The Girls, but after talking to all these
fans that has to change. After this shot I was out the door & on my way to cover something totally opposite this event, The Wing Off, which was a qualifying event for the upcoming Wing Bowl. Check out those photos at philly.com here, then head over to my Phillymag column
for the fashion i caught during the freeze yesterday.
Check out the guy on the right with his knit/sweater meggings – Photo 13 in my Phillymag column
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