The Berserker Residents take us back to schoolView More IT’S SO LEARNING (Berserker Residents): Will this be on the test?
Republished by kind permission from FringeArts. Bradley Wrenn, co-founder of The Berserker Residents, talks about how the company is revamping their 2015 Fringe hit It’s So Learning…View More IT’S SO LEARNING is Even Berserker!
Addressing the needs of the communities in West Philadelphia through self-esteem building experiences for youth in theater.View More Young People Speaking Truth: A talk with Mantua Theater Project’s Nick Anselmo
The best showcase for new performing arts in Philadelphia gets Revolutionary with an evening of beer and performance at ClivedenView More There’s No Place Like Home: Revolutionary performances by Automatic Arts
Can’t decide what to see in the 2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival? Check out Deb Miller’s recommendations in her annual top picks preview.View More Deb Miller’s Top Picks for the 2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival
Go back to school with The Berserker Residents in this highly interactive ensemble-devised piece, in which you are the student and your teachers are berserk!View More IT’S SO LEARNING (Berserker Residents): 2015 Fringe Review 51
Top Philly theater writer Deb Miller previews the best of the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.View More Deb Miller’s 15 Top Picks for the 2015 Fringe Festival
Director Charles McMahon equates the hot-blooded battle of wills between Kate and Petruchio with the intense, sensual, and stylized dance of the tango.View More THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Lantern): Capturing the passion and the parody
You know that scene at the end of The Matrix (spoiler alert) where Neo sees the green code and jumps into Agent Smith’s belly and makes him…View More [56.2] THE TALKBACK (Berserker Residents): Fringe review
Eugene Ionesco’s absurdest masterpiece The Bald Soprano (“La Cantatrice chauve”) ends as it begins: with an Englishwoman talking about french fried potatoes. Her husband isn’t listening, but this…View More Philadelphia’s BRAT Productions makes the theater of the absurd even more absurd