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.
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
Bay Bryan talks about his queer at heart Fringe show and how Philadelphia is like Scotland.
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…
Toneelgroep Amsterdam mixes a distinctive trademark blend of the classical and the innovative with its adaptation of Ingmar Bergman.
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…
America has embarked on a complicated discussion about race and policing. How can a Fringe show contribute to this conversation?
This year’s festival presents over 30 dance events by newcomers and favorites. Dance writer Lew Whittington previews some highlights.
Jess Conda IS Fringe. Here are her in-the-know picks and plugs for the 2015 Fringe Festival
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.