César Alvarez’s unique collaboration with the University of the Arts boasts a youthful cast of energetic performers who create a probing spectacle through the guise of a vaudevillian show broaching…
Some jokes with your beer?
Wild Plum Production’s reimagining of Strindberg’s The Stronger. Review with sketches by Chuck Schultz.
Featuring young talents and Zlatina’s storytelling choreography, BARRY is a show with heart and love, quick on its feet.
Way Off Broad St. Theater Company justify the festival inclusion of this modern classic with a site-specific setting in a chapel of the Arch Street United Methodist Church and a solid take on an excellent play.
The layering of story elements, occasional improv, and comedic repetition accompanied with robust sound design breathes life into each new scene
Three years before his assassination during the Spanish civil war, Federico Garcia Lorca elaborated his theory of duende at the Argentinian premier of BODAS DE SANGRE (Blood Wedding). Although universal,…
The International Philly Fringe: A welcome to 28 countries
AMH Productions finds the humor and poignancy in Keller’s quietly affecting consideration of race, class, and human connection
Brooklyn’s CATCH is a showcase for experimental artists in all genres—The Ed Sullivan Show on acid.
A one-hour existentialist monologue filled with expressive movement, colorful costumes, funny props, apropos music, and audience participation
A highly experimental, improvisational, and fascinating Fringe performance
Music to rock, soul, jam out, or however you feel by.
Gunar Montana’s choreography is seriously energetic, more downright sexual than subtly sensual.
An exploration of divorce and disconnection in the California desert.
“God hates fags!”, “God hates you!”, “God hates porcupines!” It’s cathartic to hear the argument yelled back at the haters who so recently visited Philadelphia: “God is love!”