Toneelgroep’s take on these classic screenplays retains all of the rawness of and cruelty of Bergman’s films.
Bay Bryan comes out in this heartfelt story of a queer boy learning what is means to be a man.
Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium returns with its latest dive into the absurd—Eugene Ionescos EXIT THE KING
Bay Bryan talks about his queer at heart Fringe show and how Philadelphia is like Scotland.
Lies, damned lies, and theater: that’s what they say. Maybe. Jessica Creane is one Fringe creator/performer with a large CAPACITY FOR VERACITY.
Toneelgroep Amsterdam mixes a distinctive trademark blend of the classical and the innovative with its adaptation of Ingmar Bergman.
Daniel Park is a happy guy, and he’d like to make you happy too. First, he’ll give you a Sturburst, then he’ll invite you to unwrap it with him, then…
This year’s festival presents over 30 dance events by newcomers and favorites. Dance writer Lew Whittington previews some highlights.
Jess Conda IS Fringe. Here are her in-the-know picks and plugs for the 2015 Fringe Festival
Director John Schultz talks about his immersive staging of Shakespeare’s Macbeth: to a blindfolded audience.
Emilie Krause talks about her Fringe play, her work as an actor and devisor, and how she’s probably not a real-ife femme fatale.
Philadelphia Artists Collective has produced some of the finest works of the last few Fringe Festivals. Director Dan Hodge tells us about this year’s offering.
Top Philly theater writer Deb Miller previews the best of the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
Driving to work one morning, I’d heard WHYY’s Jennifer Lynn mention she’d be hosting the performance of WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT. I experienced an immediate “I wonder what this disembodied voice will look like in real life” moment.
A morally ambiguous and deeply political tale of two cultures clashing when an American photographer comes to stay with a family in rural Iran.