The choreographer talks about SHOW NO SHOW, a lively and intimate portrait of two people getting to know each other for the first time.
“This is my house,” she says. She raises the other arm about 45 degrees. “This is that game with the sticks.” The arms stay in the air as she continues.
“In stand-up when you are in front of that audience, all your senses are completely heightened, you hear and see everything that is going on in the audience…” Xavier says with a laugh “then it’s all nerve.”
A narrowly focused, transportative work about a cell of Marxist revolutionaries, like entering a fading kodachrome snapshot.
Toshiki Okada’s new play is an allegorically complex performance about baseball that isn’t about baseball.
Fringe in The Market is a twice a month curated series aimed at introducing the general public to some of Philadelphia’s most innovative, interesting, and engaging performers.
A look at the first Scratch Night of 2016 at FringeArts.
Interview with Christopher Colucci about the making of a holiday
The second part of No Face Performance Group’s ABBOT ADAM series begins with the faintly absurd and moves to the thoroughly absurd.
AGE & BEAUTY, parts 1 & 2 (Miguel Gutierrez/ FringeArts): Choreographing the harsh realities of being a working artist
This three-part series by Miguel Gutierrez explores the difficulties of the performer’s life and career.
Anna Teresa De Keersmaeker and Boris Charmatz create a powerful structure, physically mapping time and space.
A polish director and a polish actor project a new image of the composer by playing his two piano concertos with an orchestra and an actor playing the piano part.
Opera Philadelphia announces its new cutting-edge direction with a twelve-day urban opera festival that will debut in September 2017.
The dark space at the headquarters of Fringe Arts hosted a kaleidoscope of blackness. Sad blackness. Angry blackness. Rescued blackness. Incarcerated blackness. Lost blackness. Dead blackness.
A commentary on technology, as well as a platform for cultural and philosophic questions
Staged in the American Art Galleries in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this interactive pop-up work of art, gives a new insight into how to “experience” the visual arts. Audience members are…
Part chorale work, part theater, and part compelling curated art, this peculiarly affecting piece examines the diversity of contemporary communication.
THE BORDER delivers on all the essential aspects of Scandinavian life: there’s dry humor, a self-deprecating take on one’s life and, of course, melancholic dance music.