Octavia Butler’s dystopian future seems especially relevant. Can we find respite in comradeship and song?
There are 1.5 million black men missing from American homes. V TO X examines who and where they are.
Part chorale work, part theater, and part compelling curated art, this peculiarly affecting piece examines the diversity of contemporary communication.
Secret Life of Worms, America’s favorite sex ed teacher, singing sheep, foot-centric King of the Nerds fan fiction, and Jolly the Sperm Eating Horse.
With extremely short skirts, unabashed décolletage, and treacherously high heels, two women reminisce over shots at “the dirtiest of dirty dive bars”
You would be excused for not understanding exactly what is going on in THERE: the dialog is all in a Russianish nonsense language
This is hot, rough, and in-your-face low budget theater, and it’s matched by a raw and shit-kicking theater show.
By exploring the way performances interact with the world in which they are made, THREE SISTERS AND A WOLF shows how Chekhov can thrive in the wilds of PA.
The scary midnight show is something of a Fringe tradition. SPOOKFISH fits the bill this year.
A celebration of Queer Fringe Monday night at 7pm at TABU Bar & Lounge, featuring innovative queer artists, drinks, karaoke, and a whole lot of friendly faces.
Ferdinand creator and producer talks about his Fringe show NOT FOR PROFIT and the art of creating art in the non-profit world.
Olive Princes OF OUR REMNANTS is one of the premiere dance pieces of this years Fringe. She talks to Phindie about the literary inspiration and collaboration behind it.
Useful if you have a time machine. A full listing of events for the 1997 Fringe Festival.
Fringe Wayback Machine: Brain Shapiro revisits online predictions from 1995 in A FEW THOUSAND UPGRADES LATER
What did the future of the internet look like in 1995? This Fringe show takes a look.
Brett Mapp is seeing 30 Fringe shows in 20 days. Here’s where you can find him this Fringe.
Texan Death Squad Comes To Philadelphia: Bastion Carboni arrives at the Fringe with SOMETIMES CALLIE AND JONAS DIE
Épater la bourgeoisie! That’s what they say in Texas, and that’s the sensibility Bastion Carboni says he isn’t bringing here with his smart-mouthed Fringe show SOMETIMES CALLIE AND JONAS DIE.
Love’s Labour’s 1, Philadelphia Phillies 0: Shakespeare, the Fringe, and the Pope with Griffin Stanton-Ameisen
Griffin Stanton-Ameisen on LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST, a FREE music-centered Shakespeare show running during and after the 2015 Fringe Festival