Fringe Festival

The 2018 Philly Fringe Festival runs September 6-23. and Phindie is the place for coverage, with previews, interviews with artists, and reviews of more Fringe theater productions than any other publication.

LAVENDER LIFE (Ultra V Theatre Company): 2019 Fringe review

Lisa Panzer kicks off Phindie’s review coverage of the 2019 Fringe Festival

A Welcome to the International Artists at the 2019 Fringe Festival

Henrik Eger greets international Fringe artists.

20 Picks for the 2019 Philadelphia Fringe Festival

Hey, what shows should I see this Fringe?

Fringe preview: Motherhood, race, and fairy tales

Brown-Eyed Rapunzel at Philly PACK considers mothering a mixed-race child

Fringe preview: A run to Wawa

Fringe favorites Tribe of Fools look at the unlikely places people consider home

Fringe preview: Sail away with the PAC

Philadelphia Artists’ Collective hits the water with another Fringe gem.

Fringe preview: Darkness on the edge of acrobatics

Almanac returns to the Fringe Festival with a consideration of illness and trauma

Fringe preview: Going with the flow

Audiences will gush about this Fringe show taking a light-hearted look at menstruation

Letter from Edinburgh: A dilettante at large reviews

Toby Zinman reviews shows from the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe

Calling Philly Residents Who Love Dance

ringeArts is calling for participants for a 100-person participatory dance piece that moves through the streets of Philadelphia.

Theater of the Extreme: Amanda Schoonover looks back on PHAEDRA’S LOVE

Henrik Eger talks to actor Amanda Schoonover about Sarah Kane and her career.

PLUNGE (Brian Sanders JUNK): 2018 Fringe review

PLUNGE is yet another fruit of Brian Sanders’ creative genius

GARDENS SPEAK (Tania El Khoury): 2018 Fringe review

GARDENS SPEAK is a metaphysical experience of death and injustice… and a tangible experience of growth and self-expansion.

Fringe in Sketch: TIAN WEN (Hua Hua Zhang’s Visual Expressions)

Tian Wen: Heavenly Questions for Modern Times uses modern dance and the art of puppetry to thematically combine ancient Chinese art forms with new hybrid movements from classical and contemporary dance.

PAPRIKA PLAINS (Natalie Fletcher / Jessica Noel): 2018 Fringe review

Like a Joni Mitchell song, PAPRIKA PLAINS is intimate, artful, and affecting.

TIAN WEN: Heavenly Questions for Modern Times (Hua Hua Zhang’s Visual Expressions): 2018 Fringe review

Am I dreaming of being a butterfly or is the butterfly dreaming of being me?

Scenes from the 2018 Fringe Festival

Sketches of the Philly Fringe by Chuck Schultz.