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Bradley Ford is finishing up the PLAYBILL this week for the "Ingenious Life of Benjamin Franklin" at PACA. He have a few $100 ad space left if you want to sponsor this show drop him a message. I am pretty sure that this play will sell…

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Bradley Ford is finishing up the PLAYBILL this week for the "Ingenious Life of Benjamin Franklin" at PACA. He have a few $100 ad space left if you want to sponsor this show drop him a message.

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Tonight is the concert of Potwhole and Pale Green Stars. Doors open at 7:00 Tickets at the door. BYOB. This is really going to be a great time. Come on down and support PACA as well as enjoy the music and each other's company.

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get tickets early for this event, I am sure it will sell out

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[Theatre] Ben Franklin: An Ingenious Life presented by Ray Flynt

Evening Performances:
Thursdays-Saturdays May 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 2014
Doors: 7:00p | Curtain: 7:30p | Tickets: $10

Matinee Performances:
Sundays May 4 & 11, 2014
Doors: 1:30p | Curtain: 2:00p | Tickets: $10

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Sponsored by:
The Jefferson Educational Society
Dee's Cigar Shop

Thank you to our generous sponsor for making this event possible.

BEN FRANKLIN: AN INGENIOUS LIFE is a one-man play in two acts (approximately 90 minutes with intermission). The audience becomes a visitor to Franklin’s Philadelphia home during the late-1780’s and hears him reflect on his life, accomplishments and a glimpse at what made him a visionary. The play is drawn from Franklin’s autobiography, letters, essays and public utterances, and includes quotes from his contemporaries such as Voltaire, Thomas Paine, and Thomas Jefferson. 

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PACA is offering ad space in our playbill, online media, social media, in the theatre and in our Erie Reader ad. 



Contact Brad Ford for rates: 814.450.9005



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BEN FRANKLIN: AN INGENIOUS LIFE is a one-man play in two acts (approximately 90 minutes with intermission). The audience becomes a visitor to Franklin’s Philadelphia home during the late-1780’s and hears him reflect on his life, accomplishments and a glimpse at what made him a visionary. The play is drawn from Franklin’s autobiography, letters, essays and public utterances, and includes quotes from his contemporaries such as Voltaire, Thomas Paine, and Thomas Jefferson. 





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