Civilization has collapsed but The Simpsons is still going.
Traverse a culinary landscape marked by family memories and ancient myth
Never underestimate the power of taking away the lights. Then anything might be there in the dark.
Our favorite DIY theatermaker returns to Philadelphia with a new play that probably won’t suck
Like a Joni Mitchell song, PAPRIKA PLAINS is intimate, artful, and affecting.
In a word: Funny.
Two decades after her suicide, Kane remains one of the most truthful voices in theater. Svaha’s production captures her brilliance.
Slightly buzzed from our gin-and-honey bees knees, we find the site-specific plays by a diverse group of local playwrights make for welcoming, accessible, easy-to-enjoy theater.
There’s no fourth wall here: the audience is complicit in the consideration of POC men who lost their lives to judicial murder
Dante had Virgil; in the divine comedy of our times, we have a self-absorbed vlogger.
A punk-horror Fringe show which engages the audience and keeps the us engaged
Republished by kind permission from the FringeArts blog This Fringe, two instructors at Philly’s dance studio Urban Movement Arts (UMA) combine their talents in a collage of new solo work…
. For their fifth Festival production, the company continues its tradition of producing fiercely modern takes on lesser-known Shakespeare works with Troilus and Cressida.