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Pati Buehler

Pati has been involved with various aspects of the theater from hosting large groups to Broadway shows in the early 90's to supporting various Broadway artists for charities such as the "Make A Wish Foundation", The Leukemia Society, and Gilda's Club, programs supporting fighting ovarian cancer. New York's Jane Ellisa's Shining Star Award for the Leukemia Society. In 2001, she began writing for various theater-based web sites from,, and Her passion is Arts and Education and Fundraising for Non Profit Organizations. In 2002 she teamed up with Broadway star Craig Schulman (Les Miserables/Phantom/Jekyll & Hyde) to put together a traveling Broadway in your school Workshop/Master Class program that has thrilled young artists and theater groups across the country. She began producing live concert events as PB Entertainment in 2003 at various venues. From 2004-2006 she produced two seasons of professional events for Eastern High School Performing Arts Center, Voorhees, NJ including Neil Berg's "100 Years of Broadway", two Rockin' Oldies events, a Broadway cast Jazz Show and the Southern New Jersey Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Australian world class violinist Martin Lass and more. In 2013 Pati produced “Broadway Sings For Newtown” bringing 6 Broadway artists together to perform for the Newtown Conn. Community to benefit the “Healing Arts Foundation” and honoring all the families involved in the Sandy Hook School tragedy. Venue Affiliations: Theater Reviews: Forrest Theater, Merriam Theater, Walnut Street Theater, The Academy of Music, The Kimmel Center, Peter Nero & the Philly Pops, Media Theater, Lenape Regional PAC, The Arden Theater, The Prince Music Theater, The Paper Mill Playhouse, The Bristol Riverside Theater, Commerce Bank Arts Center, Surflight Theater, Society Hill Playhouse, Philadelphia Theater Company and more. Events Producer: Ritz Theater Company, Ocean City Music Pier, Collingswood Foundation For the Arts , Stafford Township Performing Arts Center, Mainstage Center for the Performing Arts , Eastern Center For the Performing Arts, Newtown Conn. Arts Festival. For 15 years Pati owned and managed PB Entertainment LLC.


Lippa's Wild Party
March 21, 2004

Since everybody loves a party, why not have a pair? And that's just what came to town in spring of 2000. Theater fans and experts went round and round comparing and judging which Wild Party was the best.

Philly Theater for 2004-2005
March 12, 2004

There were some wonderful offerings on the stages of Philadelphia and South Jersey last year and this year is proving to be another exciting year for some of Broadway's favorites. Some shows are hot off the Great White Way, while others are fresh new revivals or solid standing favorites. A few shows and events are exciting new premiers that the Philly area theater crowd always welcomes with open arms.

Les Miserables- Les Tour
March 10, 2004

On the heels of its New York closing in May 2003, comes the remaining American tour and it is proving to be a solid representative of the original production for the most part.

Biloxi Blues - a bit of a sleeper
February 24, 2004

Interview with Sutton Foster
February 5, 2004

Young Miss Foster looks 17 and sings like she's been part of musical theater well beyond her years.

Interview with Matt Bogart
February 8, 2004

Matt is a handsome baritone and has appeared on Broadway as Radames in Aida, as Chris in Miss Saigon and as the 'white guy' in Smokey Joe's Café.

Interview with Dee Hoty
February 4, 2004

Dee is currently starring as Donna Sheridan in the Broadway production of Mamma Mia!

'Broadway Showstoppers' - In Concert
February 2, 2004

We are treated to Broadway's Tony-award winning starlet, Sutton Foster, joined by veteran performers William Michals, Dee Hoty, Matt Bogart and Donna McKechnie.

The Producers – Where there's a hit, there's a tour!
January 25, 2004

As with any big hit show on Broadway, before long the touring companies are sure to follow, which is a good thing. How else could the rest of the country enjoy what takes place on Broadway?

Oliver! Who Will Buy?
January 14, 2004

While many may buy into this cutesy, community quality production, Cameron Mackintosh may need to go back to the drawing board or at least back to the Dickens novel to retrieve and revive this classic treasure.

Philly's 2003 Theater Season – Broad Street's Broadway
January 6, 2004

It's been an interesting mix of theater in a city just 90 min. from Broadway. We've hosted our share of tours, mostly the traveling musicals in the main larger venues.

'STOMP' Rocks!
January 1, 2004

It also bangs, thumps, clicks, pounds, swishes, thuds and bounces! A unique combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy that entertains without one spoken word.

Stephanie J. Block : from Oz to Oz
December 13, 2003

Stephanie J. Block is flying high and with good reason. She has been fortunate to be part of not one, but two of the most talked about shows to hit Broadway in the same season, Stephen Schwartz's Wicked and The Boy From Oz.

"Chicago"- Heats up Broad Street
December 1, 2003

There was a familiar excitement at the Merriam in Philly. Many of these loyal theater fans had been 'razzle-dazzled' before.

Interview with Urinetown's Christiane Noll
November 28, 2003

She's currently in the touring company of one of the most bazaar musical comedy shows to hit the stage in years, Urinetown...

URINETOWN- 'when you gotta go...'
November 23, 2003

'Yes, but who's gonna come to a show a called ' Urinetown?' says Little Sally to Officer Lockstock, two of the principals in this off the wall musical comedy. Well, I'll tell you they came in trickles at first, then in streams (no pun intended) to Broadway to see this unexpected phenomenon win Tony Awards for best music, best book and best direction.

ANNIE Finds a good home in Philly
November 14, 2003

Pati reviews 'ANNIE' at the Walnut Street Theater...

The Three Phantoms Concert
November 5, 2003

For the first time onstage three Broadway performers who have shared the same role of the Phantom in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera, joined forces for an evening of song and music.

Phillly's 2003 Barrymore Awards
October 28, 2003

Walkin Broadway Tour- walkin' and talkin' was never so fun!
October 24, 2003

Broadway is a BIG place! There's a lot to see & do and learn. So where do you start? How about taking a walk over to Colony Records on Broadway & 49th St., home of 'Walkin Broadway.'

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