Republished by kind permission from the FringeArts blog This Fringe, two instructors at Philly’s dance studio Urban Movement Arts (UMA) combine their talents in a collage of new solo work…
. For their fifth Festival production, the company continues its tradition of producing fiercely modern takes on lesser-known Shakespeare works with Troilus and Cressida.
Philadelphia theater company Tribe of Fools is also putting on the pads and dusting off their playbook preparing for their 2018 Fringe Festival offering
On the Rocks trust the process.
The Accountant fuses physical theater, humor, and illusion to create a “dreamscape of memory and loss.”
Danila Bim’s job is literally hair-raising!
Touring Marx in Soho in Britain and the US: Interview with Bob Weick, Celebrating Marx’s 200th Birthday, Part 2
Part 2 of Henrik Eger’s interview with Bob Weick.
“When I step on the stage as Marx, I directly challenge the system”: Interview with Bob Weick, Part 1
Bob Weick has taken Howard Zinn’s MARX IN SOLO all over the U.S. He’s now taking it to England
McAleer will be appearing with four other world class magicians in Champions of Magic at the Merriam Theater June 20-24
In the end, the plays you produce are greater than the plays you don’t
The hills are alive with the sound of Danielle Lee James!
“I Can’t Kiss Myself Alone”: The Wit and Retro Style of Berlin’s Max Raabe and His Palast Orchestra. Interview by Henrik Eger
One of Germany’s most popular singers launches his North American tour this week.
Doylestown native and Penn State grad Liam Fennecken is ready to rock and roll in the high octane musical SCHOOL OF ROCK.
Kash Goins talks to Phindie about the new production of his acclaimed prison drama and the Arden’s coming season.
An accomplished musician, Paul Curatolo’s love of the Beatles has driven him to master the character of McCartney.
Henrik Eger talked to the IRC cast about their production of Jean Anouith’s play.
Quintessence Theatre’s production of WAITING FOR GODOT just closed. Henrik Eger spoke to the director about his background and his experiences directing Samuel Beckett’s classic.
Philadelphia natives Rob McClure and Maggie Lakis are returning home for SOMETHING ROTTEN.