This funny and crude bar show blends sketch comedy with popular drinking games.
An exciting multi-media collaboration reflects the operatic life and times of Andy Warhol and the Pop Sixties.
THE BORDER delivers on all the essential aspects of Scandinavian life: there’s dry humor, a self-deprecating take on one’s life and, of course, melancholic dance music.
Wear sturdy shoes for this wild mile-and-a-half theatrical expedition through FDR Park, where humans are pitted against apes and hilarity ensues!
You would be excused for not understanding exactly what is going on in THERE: the dialog is all in a Russianish nonsense language
Highly trained and expressive performers introduce viewers to girls’ life, relationships and strength through their acrobatic and astonishing circus arts.
Fatale recounts her tragedies, infusing humor through her narrative, music, and burlesque numbers.
DISHWASHER exposes a reality of life: Performing a monologue can be a service just like washing a dish
This scintillating exploration of the territorial tensions between a man and a woman takes us beyond the cubicle walls to the dynamic boundaries of human relations.
Three progenitors of 20th-century Minimalism—Lucinda Childs, John Adams, and Frank Gehry–teamed up to create a stunning program of dance, sound, and space.
In OF OUR REMNANTS, the utilitarian object is one of comfort, and comfort is an act of avoidance.
This is hot, rough, and in-your-face low budget theater, and it’s matched by a raw and shit-kicking theater show.
A shy boy, his pet fish, and an outgoing girl teach us that allowing ourselves to be vulnerable is important, no matter how old we are.
Put aside any assumptions about hypnosis when you enter the stage area of REIMAGINE YOUR REALITY. And then your dignity.
The mysterious world of film noir is given a new twist as an all-female cast reconfigures the traditionally male crime-detective genre.
Marisol Rosa-Shapiro’s hilarious solo performance explores play, imagination, and how we create safe, welcoming spaces.
As part of Phindie’s coverage of the 2015 Fringe Festival, we are having artists sketch what they see at select Fringe shows. Here’s what Chuck Schultz saw at SLAUGHTER/ETTE. [Mascher Space Cooperative,…
By exploring the way performances interact with the world in which they are made, THREE SISTERS AND A WOLF shows how Chekhov can thrive in the wilds of PA.