Tuesday, January 24, 6-7pm. Coral Street Arts House, 2446 Coral Street. Sustainable 19125 hosts Alex Dews, Program and Policy Director at the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, to talk about challenges and best practices in urban sustainability efforts. Free, register in advance online.
Tuesday, January 24, 7:30pm. National Constitution Center, 6th and Arch streets. Watch President Obama’s State of the Union while playing bingo. Fill up your card with things the president might say (“economy,” “innovation,” “Arab Spring,” etc.) and play along during the address. Winners will get prizes, such as tickets to the upcoming Bruce Springsteen exhibition. Free, but reservations are encouraged. Call 215.409.6700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opens Thursday, January 26. Arden Theater, 40 N. 2nd Street. The play Clybourne Park tells the story of a house, a neighborhood, and the people living there for more than five decades. The comedy confronts issues of race, class, and gentrification. Clybourne Park won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and it’s playing at the Arden from January 26-March 25. Tickets may be purchased online; single tickets are $29-$45, or for groups of 10+ tickets are $15-$30.
Friday, January 27, 2-7:30. PennDesign, Meyerson Hall, 210 S. 34th Street. PennDesign hosts a symposium, in partnership with the Greater Philadelphia Innovation Cluster and Penn State, exploring the intersection of design, style, and building energy-efficiency. $25 for professionals, free for faculty and students but registration is required. Visit www.architectureandenergy.com.