Gunar Montana’s choreography is seriously energetic, more downright sexual than subtly sensual.
An exploration of divorce and disconnection in the California desert.
“God hates fags!”, “God hates you!”, “God hates porcupines!” It’s cathartic to hear the argument yelled back at the haters who so recently visited Philadelphia: “God is love!”
Haygen Brice Walker doesn’t aim for subtlety in the roasting humor of both Millennial political correctness and stereotypical southern backwardness, but he finds rich veins of comedy in his broad mine
They recite Rumi, the poet champion of romantic love, and remind Darya how beautiful and painful love can be.
BYOB elementary school music class: A PARTY WITH MISTER JOHN is the evening out you didn’t know you needed.
Sometimes brutal, but always on point, AN OBVIOUSLY FOGGOT is the explosive, vibrant queer play we’ve been waiting for in this year’s festival.
A place where acrobatics meets theater, the theater meets the circus, and circus meets blue grass
Consider the speculum a tool for looking inward in more ways than one.
Bridging the gap between dance and physical theater, CARRIED AWAY delivers an exciting, heartfelt, and stimulating crowd-pleaser.
Tangle Movement Arts is back again with a thrilling Fringe Festival performance.
A tale of queer liberation in a predictably dystopian sci-fi world. Prepare for merciless repetition.
The Bard, no longer relegated to elite theatrical institutions, has found his way to a popular University City bar.
A testament to what Fringe can do: defy genre, defy theme, defy medium, and somehow still manage to be cohesive and emotionally haunting
Edgar Allen Poe’s macabre imagination manifests itself through Forgotten Lore Theatre Company’s ASHES OF A DEAD PHILOSOPHY. This promenade theatre installment occupies a room in a Port Richmond warehouse. Director…
“Welcome to hell,” hostess Dana says upon meeting brand-new waitress Sarah
Soaring out of the gates with effortless acrobatics, Tribe of Fools’ robust remount of ANTIHERO is a true theatrical powerhouse
Museums are always looking for ideas to bring new visitors to aging attractions, and in ARTSHIP OLYMPIA Independence Seaport Museum has found a charming, fringey way.
Who but Chris Davis would even think of a ONE-MAN APOCALYPSE NOW?