It’s haunting how relevant—and funny—this somewhat dated piece remains
Slightly buzzed from our gin-and-honey bees knees, we find the site-specific plays by a diverse group of local playwrights make for welcoming, accessible, easy-to-enjoy theater.
I wish Renegade could conduct these walking performances all year round
Sketches of SALAMANDER by Chuck Schultz.
A telling tale of what it means to be an immigrant in the U.S. today
With life and football you have to push through it all to get to the joy.
There’s no fourth wall here: the audience is complicit in the consideration of POC men who lost their lives to judicial murder
IRVING BERLIN’S HOLIDAY INN takes us back to a kinder, gentler time when people could burst into song for no reason whatsoever.
Hapgood is not just a spy story, it’s also a physics story
WOLFCRUSH misses the no-holds-barred humor, shock value, and pop culture-infused insight into youth culture of playwright Haygen-Brice Walker’s previous Fringe entries
The piece gets its appeal from the increasingly outlandish characters and an inventive absurdity that devolves into a game of fetch and walking construction barrels.
Tennessee Williams slept with my boyfriend’s father. I love saying that at a party.
Jacob Tischler returns to Philadelphia for the song and dance extravaganza, Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn.
Chuck Schultz talks to Kathleen Murphy about her Fringe show.
Dante had Virgil; in the divine comedy of our times, we have a self-absorbed vlogger.