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.
This scintillating exploration of the territorial tensions between a man and a woman takes us beyond the cubicle walls to the dynamic boundaries of human relations.
This DOLL’s HOUSE is human and multifaceted, lighthearted and ironic, narrative with a dancer’s expression of character.
Toneelgroep’s take on these classic screenplays retains all of the rawness of and cruelty of Bergman’s films.
Leading up to the Fringe a series of Scratch Night performances showed excerpts of self-produced work that will be presented at the festival.
This year’s festival presents over 30 dance events by newcomers and favorites. Dance writer Lew Whittington previews some highlights.
Red 40 and DJ Jersey Dan give a taste of the Fringe Festival at the Guide Launch Party this First Friday.
Republished by kind permission from the FringeArts blog. “Since the beginning of my career as a choreographer, I have always selected a group of international individuals. I like the idea…
Ant Hampton talks audience, space, and the experience of the extra ahead of Fringe Festival show, THE EXTRA PEOPLE
“It’s almost like this isn’t really a ‘show,’ more some kind of process.”… Ant Hampton talks THE EXTRA PEOPLE
Top Philly theater writer Deb Miller previews the best of the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
“In film,” pronounced Ivo van Hove, “the director is the god of his creation.”
Inspired by the Guinness Book of World Records, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Sam Green embarked on THE MEASURE OF ALL THINGS, an ode to the jagged edges of human experience. This…
An absurd sci-fi epic with countless phallic symbols and absolutely no sense of “too much”. What more could you ask for?
Pig Iron’s latest wild theatrical creation opens this week at FringeArts. I Promised Myself to Live Faster is an absurdist sci-fi epic and wild allegory about gayness in 2015,
Thaddeus Phillips plays Barry Seal, a real-life, infamous drug smuggler-turned-DEA-informant who eventually gained the ire of both smugglers and government agents.
Thaddeus Phillips Brings the Drug Trade to FringeArts: Interview with the creative mind behind Lucidity Suitcase Intercontinental
The Incredibly Dangerous Astonishing Lucrative and Potentially TRUE Adventures of Barry Seal comes to FringeArts May 14–16, 2015. We interview creator Thaddeus Phillips.
The idea of combining improv with role-playing works very well since both rely on improvisation within certain parameters and they’re also both just a lot of fun.