There’s more to food than what’s on the plate. Every dish is a living history, an integral part of an identity that contextualizes where we come from, how cultures influenced one another, and where we’re headed next.
Join Emmy Award-Winning television host and food and travel writer, Kae Lani Palmisano, for an interactive discussion on the many ways in which food expresses cultural identity and how her travels across four continents changed the way she thinks about what we eat. Kae Lani will share the perspectives she’s gained over her career and how her travel experiences inform her reporting. She’ll also explore how we as avid travelers and passionate foodies, can be mindful of how we approach and appreciate cuisines from around the world.
Cash bar at Quig’s Pub, known as the “actor’s speakeasy,” a private club inside Rittenhouse’s Plays and Players Theatre.
Unfortunately, the theater does not currently have handicap accessible restrooms, nor an elevator.
Currently, Plays and Players Theater is following the City of Philadelphia Department of Health’s COVID-19 guidelines.
Questions? Please contact Dilek Karabucak, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.geographicalsociety.org