Anyone who has sung around a campfire can attest to the power of music to elicit feelings of closenessView More CLOSE MUSIC FOR BODIES (Michael Kiley): 2017 Fringe review
Arielle Pina doesn’t have words for it. She can talk about colorism , but there’s not a way to neatly explain how it has affected her.View More No Words for Arielle Pina’s NO INTRODUCTION or A White Viewer’s Guide to Reacting to NO INTRODUCTION
As part of Phindie’s coverage of the 2015 Fringe Festival, Aaron Krolikowski is attending a series of shows and sketching what he sees.View More Fringe in Sketch 7: UNARMED (Arielle Pina)
By looking into the cultural divides between white and black Americans, UNARMED confronts a culture which teaches us to kill.View More UNARMED (Arielle Pina): 2015 Fringe review 49
With his Fringe pedigree, Mike Durkin is the ideal guy to ask for some Fringe recommendations. Here are his Top Ten Fringetastic picks.View More Mike Durkin’s 10 Fringetastic Fringe Picks!
America has embarked on a complicated discussion about race and policing. How can a Fringe show contribute to this conversation?View More Disarming Discourse: Arielle Pina talks race and the body in her Fringe show UNARMED
“Before we even get to move, the bodies just existing together in space is getting at American politics”View More UNARMED: Realizing Race and Racism at Fringe Festival 2015
This is not a play. Therefore this is not a review, but a warning. If you’re looking to sit in a darkened theater watching actors…View More  PAY UP (Pig Iron Theatre Company with The University of the Arts): Fringe review