Home Entertainment coming to Cliveden August 5 & 6

Automatic Arts, in partnership with Cliveden, presents


Home Entertainment


an evening of live theater, dance, and multimedia performance events
at Cliveden

Outside. Inside. With beer.

Automatic Arts, presenters of the popular and critically acclaimed Nice and Fresh performing arts series (“The best showcase for new performing arts in Philadelphia.” Phindie.com), brings a fast-paced evening of theater, dance, and multi-disciplinary pieces to Cliveden, with audiences watching performances outside on the grounds, on the back patio of the house, and even walking through the historical kitchens and encountering random acts of theater. All this while enjoying a summer evening with beer.


August 5 and 6 at 7.00pm

At start of show you mill about the Cliveden grounds, enjoy a beer, and experience random art encounters. Then at 7:30pm formal show begins!

Enjoy the talents of . . .

Josh McIvain / Automatic Arts

Yolanda Wisher

Ed Miller

Putty Dance Project

Asya Zlatina

Deborah Crocker


Brent White

Wyl McCaul

Joshua Millhouse

Gwendolyn Rooker

Bradley Wrenn

John Rosenberg

Anna Kroll

Andres Villamil

Iva Fabrikant

and more!

Automatic Arts (formerly SmokeyScout Productions) creates and presents new and original performing arts. Their Nice and Fresh performing arts showcase features new theater, dance, circus arts, and everything in-between by Philadelphia-based and beyond companies and artists—and with artistic director Josh McIlvain writing and directing one new theater creation per show. Since 2008, the company has produced more than 10 major works both in Philadelphia and New York City, from evenings of absurdist comedies to the highly acclaimed one-man play SLIDESHOW, a fictional family saga around found slides, to a trio of one acts around the theme of American Wisdom.


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