Party Like It’s 1777 at the Revolutionary Germantown Festival

Northwest Philly’s signature annual event returns to Cliveden and other historic sites on October 5

Famous Philadelphia Movies You Should’ve Seen

What do you mean you haven’t seen these films?

Fringe Forecast Podcast: Episode 3

The 2019 Fringe Festival podcast concludes with interviews with Peter Woolsey of La Peg at FringeArts and John Cambridge

Neal Zoren’s Shows to See in Philadelphia This October

Preview of Philadelphia theater this October

LET ME DIE (Joseph Keckler): 2019 Fringe review

Spoilers puts it mildly: She dies. He dies. They die.

Shining Star: Jessica Bedford talks about METEOR SHOWER at the Walnut

Jessica Bedford is shining brightly in Steve Martin’s Meteor Shower.

Fringe in Sketch: THE INSANITY OF MARY GIRARD (Allens Lane)

The wife of America’s richest man is put in an insane asylum.

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A LITERAL DOLL HOUSE (Macho Goat): 2019 Fringe review

Is she playing with dolls or is she controlling her own narrative?

Perfect Millennial Leisure: Take Your Pup to a Dog-Friendly Movie Theater

Bring the dogs, not the kids to these cinemas.

Talking FEASTIVAL: A round table with Peter Woolsey

Peter Woolsey talks about his history as a chef and entrepreneur, operating a restaurant within a performance art space, and Feastival

THE RESISTABLE RISE OF ARTURO UI (Lantern): 60-second review

A quick, masterful production that would make Brecht proud.

Fringe in Sketch: BASEMENT (Gunnar Montana)

Follow one man’s frightening descent into deranged madness and witness his unrelenting, visceral nightmare unfold.

A Web Series Irina Varina Made Instead of Thinking About Men

Irina Varina gives a behind-the-scenes look at her unique new series, part of the Free Fringe

Gina Leigh was the MC and Aaron Lathrop played a professor in the 2019 edition of PUPPET-DELPHIA FRINGE SLAM
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METEOR SHOWER (Walnut Street): The sparks don’t fly

Steve Martin was once funny and smart.

Podcasting the Fringe: Interviews with Fringe artists

Episode two of Fringe Forecast hit the internet today. Cohosted by Phindie contributor Julia Taus, editor Christopher Munden and University of Pennsylvania producer Taylor Durham, the Fringe Forecast focuses on the ongoing…

Fringe in Sketch: PRESTIGE DRAMA (Good Good Comedy)

One man is pushed to the edge in a story of betrayal, sex, drugs, murder, hot dogs, karaoke, and muscle milk.