ETC prepares for its 4th Season Finale

Producer of ETC Performance Series, Charles Tyson Jr. can only say “WOW! It’s the end of our FOURTH season already!!! Where does the time go?!” But the fact remains that the ETC series has continued to grow with each year, hosting over 40 performing artists a season.

Billed as “Philly’s FAVORITE hi-drama, lo-key performance series”, ETC has been an opportunity for performance artists of any and all genres to show their work to a new and diverse audience in an intimate venue, the Meeting House Theater at the Community Education Center in Powelton Village.

The series, held bi-monthly, has offered up dance, music, theater, performance art, stand-up comedy, and even spoken-word poetry to both new and devoted audiences.

To cap off the season finale for this June, the program will feature B.Loos Dance Company, Eng & Friends Dance Company, MM2 Dance Company, Marion Ramirez/ Jung Woong Kim, Wabisabi Dance Company, Lauren Williams and Underground DanceWorks (UDW).

ETC Performance Series – Season 4 Finale
Saturday, June 4, 2011 at 8PM
Sunday, June 5, 2011 at 8PM
Community Education Center, 3500 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia
For tickets: http://www.danceboxoffice.com
For more information: http://etcseries.org

About Steven Weisz

A Graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with advanced degrees in Psychology and Education is an entrepreneur and CEO for several for-profits and non-profit corporations in the region. He is also an adjunct professor of Psychology with several local Universities.

Steven is currently the CEO of Delaware Valley on Line, one of the first regional Internet Service Provides that now focuses on business-class web hosting, design, and internet marketing. He is president and founder of Rainbow Promotions Inc., a special events and entertainment agency established in the late 70’s, that services corporate and retail accounts both locally and nationally.

Steven is the Founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org, the largest web presence and resource for the dance community in the greater Philadelphia region, and the Founder and Editor of The Dance Journal. His involvement in the dance community extends to being Director of Graffito Works, an international platform for dancers and performing artists to create site-specific work and to make it readily accessible to the public.

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