Lies, damned lies, and theater: that’s what they say. Maybe. Jessica Creane is one Fringe creator/performer with a large CAPACITY FOR VERACITY.
With last year’s Fringe hit Marbles and her recent SoLow show Bicycle Face, Hannah Van Sciver has been building a reputation as a “smart, funny, and provocative” local playwright. This…
Daniel Park is a happy guy, and he’d like to make you happy too. First, he’ll give you a Sturburst, then he’ll invite you to unwrap it with him, then…
A 13-Year-Old, Kickstarter, and a Feature Film: Emily DiPrimio’s CARVER at Ritz Theatre in Oaklyn, NJ
Many adolescents have ideas for a horror movie, some might go as far a having their friends dress up for a home video. Emily DiPrimio raised $32,000 on Kickstarter and made a feature film.
America has embarked on a complicated discussion about race and policing. How can a Fringe show contribute to this conversation?
Director John Schultz talks about his immersive staging of Shakespeare’s Macbeth: to a blindfolded audience.
Emilie Krause talks about her Fringe play, her work as an actor and devisor, and how she’s probably not a real-ife femme fatale.
Local theater writers vote for their favorites in twelve categories!
1 Actor, 1 Audience Member, 64 Shows, 10 Billion Possibilities: Sam Henderson’s 100 takes over the Fringe Festival
Sam Henderson is keeping the location and the subject of his Fringe show secret. In this interview, Phindie tries to squeeze out a little more information.
This month, Tongue & Groove Spontaneous Theater is revisiting their popular improv show, WHO, in which the audience is asked to honestly answer the simple question “Who Are You?”
Red 40 and DJ Jersey Dan give a taste of the Fringe Festival at the Guide Launch Party this First Friday.
Art and Taste of Shabbat: Selections from the collection of Richard Rosenfield at the Old City Jewish Art Center
For forty years, Richard Rosenfeld built up a private collection of art work as he worked as an art dealer. Now, the collection form the center of an exhibition at OCJAC
Dystopia can be a good place to demonstrate the kinder side of human nature. Philip Ridley’s play is shocking, violent, and uncomfortable to watch, but also weirdly heartwarming.
We’re asking, Philly, WTF? It’s 2015 and we are still underrepresented on stage, backstage, and in positions of leadership.