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The Grounds Shout: Reggie Wilson and local artists bring performance to sacred spaces

Grounds that Shout! (and others merely shaking), explores connections between faith, movement, race, and the body, with a focus on the African American religious experience.

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Aching for Love in South Camden: SCTC puts on David Schulner’s AN INFINITE ACHE

Raymond Croce, artistic director of South Camden Theatre Company, decided “he wanted to stage a play that would speak to a younger audience from across the Delaware Valley. One that…

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90 Years of Artists Through Academy of Art University

Academy of Art University has been molding and shaping imaginative minds for 90 years.

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Get IT Certification Practice Test Questions and Pass Exams with PrepAway Website

IT sector has many opportunities to offer if you are a person who loves to work on technologies. There are many subdivisions in the IT sector where you can enhance…

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Renowned Seattle Circus Troupe Comes to FringeArts

Virtuosio athletic feats are offset with the fragility of humanity and the inevitable risks of passion and love.

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The two most-produced plays in America come to Philadelphia

A Doll’s House Part 2 and Sweat top the 10 most-produced plays of 2018/19

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DAY OF ABSENCE (Flying Quilt/Iron Age): 2018 Fringe review

It’s haunting how relevant—and funny—this somewhat dated piece remains

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WOLFCRUSH: a queer werewolf play (On the Rocks): 2018 Fringe review

WOLFCRUSH misses the no-holds-barred humor, shock value, and pop culture-infused insight into youth culture of playwright Haygen-Brice Walker’s previous Fringe entries

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AN UNOFFICIAL UNAUTHORIZED TOUR OF LOVE PARK (Rose Luardo/Kate Banford): 2018 Fringe review

The piece gets its appeal from the increasingly outlandish characters and an inventive absurdity that devolves into a game of fetch and walking construction barrels.

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SONG OF MY SELF-CARE (Jimmy Grzelak/PHIT): 2018 Fringe review

Gzelak finds the poetry and the absurd in the mundane.

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CHAOS THEORY (Jessica Creane): 2018 Fringe review

The reliance on audience volunteers yields some interesting moments, framed in a series of games, but too often Creane pushes moments past humor.

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Phindie’s Picks for the 2018 Fringe Festival in Philadelphia

Over 25 suggestions for 2018 Philly Fringe shows to help you plan your Festival experience.

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How New Technology Can Support Emerging Talent

With the reach of the social media and internet far and wide, the Vault Festival could reach many artists and brought them to London to showcase their talents.

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Where Are Conservatives in the Arts?

Like truth, art has a well-known liberal bias

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Advice for Theater People Moving to NYC

Thinking of NYC creates a glamorous image in your minds, though you may hear differently from artists and experts who have been living in the city for long.

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An Open Letter to the Struggling Artists

Brad Pontius recently addressed an open motivational letter to all theater artists, especially to those struggling to earn a name in their chosen profession.

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Four Theatermakers (Re)Focus on Diversity

The second (re)Focus Fest brings together four companies using performance to spark discussion about narrative, perspective, and history.

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How to Survive an Art School

Art school is just not as easy as it sounds.