Two Events with Michael Moore on June 30 in Philadelphia

michael mooreAn Intimate Reception with Michael Moore and Wendell Potter
June 30th, 2012 – 4 PM to 6 PM
William Way Center Ballroom, 1315 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA

$100 Minimum Donation. Tickets Available On-line. First Come, First Served.
Go Here:
Hors dourves and non-alcoholic drinks will be available. Beer and wine available for small donation.

You are invited to a special intimate reception with Filmmaker Michael Moore and Health Insurance Industry Whistleblower and Deadly Spin author Wendell Potter to benefit the Vermont Public Assets Institute and Healthcare-NOW! on Saturday, June 30th at the William Way Center in Philadelphia, PA.

Michael Moore’s documentary SiCKO was released in 2007 to widespread acclaim. A straight-from-the-heart portrait of the crazy and sometimes cruel U.S. healthcare system, SiCKO is told from the vantage of everyday people faced with extraordinary and bizarre challenges in their quest for basic health coverage.

Michael Moore and Wendell Potter will meet face-to-face for the first time since Wendell spied on the film’s release back in 2007 while working for Cigna. Celebrate how SiCKO changed the conversation on healthcare reform in America, and hear the latest on the movement for healthcare justice from leaders around the country.

Reception tickets available here:


Still SiCKO After All These Years
June 30th, 2012. – 7 PM to 9 PM
Plays and Players Theater, 1714 Delancy Street, Philadelphia, PA

$40 Minimum Donation. Tickets Available On-line. First Come, First Served.
Go Here:

After the reception, join us for a separate event, starting at 7 pm, at the Plays and Players Theater in Philadelphia, featuring Michael Moore, Wendell Potter, and American SiCKO’s Donna and Larry Smith, Reggie Cervantes, Billy Maher, Julie Pierce, Lee Einer, Dawnelle Keys, Adrian Campbell Montgomery, and more for a Q&A about SiCKO‘s impact and their lives five years after its release.

Tickets are required for both events.

Questions? 802-223-6677 or

The William Way Center is wheelchair accessible. The Plays and Players Theater is wheelchair accessible, however the bathrooms are not.


  1. Richard Tabnik on June 21, 2012 at 1:01 pm


    Since CEOs make their $$ on denial of service, assuming the fed makes them stop that, how will they refill their coffers? They’ll have to raise prices! Then there will be no where to go because you have to pay into the monopoly under threat of federal penalty….sorry…if its ain’t single payer ( JFK wanted it!), it ain’t health care…

  2. Dawn Dershem on July 4, 2012 at 2:35 pm

    Michael Moore is my personal hero! Please tell him I said, “Thank you for all you do to help our country in so many ways. You are the most courageous and patriotic person in our country because you really care about people and do more than anyone else to make our country better. I live in California, and won’t be able to attend these two events, but I just want to say thank you!”
    Dawn Dershem