The cast, director, and artistic director of Mechanical’s upcoming production of Shakespeare’s classic give a sneak peek at their original site-specific adaptation.
Nine Irish Heritage Theatre actors talk about the Irish roots of Sean O’Casey’s THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS.
Collaborative performer Ben Grinberg sat down with Matt Purinton to talk about the EXPOSURE project and what he hopes to share with audiences.
Jenn Kidwell talks history and roleplaying ahead of the relaunch of UNDERGROUND RAILROAD GAME at FringeArts.
Phindie’s recent review of a concert by Philadelphia psychedelic band The Moon Jellies attracted many readers, so we decided to follow it up by interviewing the band members.
Working with the First National Congress in 1776: Interview with director-choreographer Jennie Eisenhower, part 2
In this, the second of a two-part interview, we talk to Eisenhower about the history behind 1776: The Musical
In this, the first of a two-part interview, we talk to Eisenhower about her background and work on the production.
Harriet Power sits on a stool at a lightly stocked semi-circle bar in the corner of a spacious music room a block from the Ninth Street Market. She’s watching as…
Artistic director Whit MacLaughlin describes the inspiration behind the O MONSTERS First Draft.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Chris, Bruce, and Doug: Interview with three playwrights restaging a Fringe favorite
We talk to Chris Davis, Bruce Walsh, and Doug Williams ahead of their relaunch of HOLLY’S DEAD SOLDIERS.
Colombian choreographer and director Luis Garay brings Maneries, performed by (and created for) the fiercely captivating dancer Florencia Vecino, to FringeArts April 14-16, 2016
Part two of our interview with JP Dunphy details his preparations as an actor for a wide range of demanding roles
Theater from the Inside Out: Interview with JP Dunphy, multitalented DOGFIGHT actor, singer, and dancer
The son of the Temple basketball coach talks about life as an actor.
A theater artist is bringing “a new kind of showcase to the Gayborhood”.
On today’s podcast, we touch base with Griffin Stanton-Ameisen, artistic director of Revolution Shakespeare.
The choreographer talks about SHOW NO SHOW, a lively and intimate portrait of two people getting to know each other for the first time.
It’s Family Friendly But It Still Has Hot Cowboys: Quince director Rich Rubin on RODEO by Philip Dawkins
Quince artistic director Rich Rubin about his company, its latest production, and the unique challenges of staging a family show.
An absence of opportunity is a window for growth: Interview with filmmakers Eli and Lu Bevins
When does a sketch become a play? How you know when something is funny? Caitlin Weigel might know.