For their June show, the Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium decided to take on a grotesque play by Christopher Durang which Tina Brock directed. Brock herself has the prime comedic role of…
Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium
John Rosenberg brings his series of long-form interviews to Phindie with IRC director Tina Brock.
Another review of IRC’s 2018 Fringe piece.
Tennessee Williams slept with my boyfriend’s father. I love saying that at a party.
ECCENTRICITIES is lush, loquacious and very typical Tennessee Williams: lonely, sex-starved women, men struggling against overbearing mothers, desperation everywhere.
Henrik Eger talked to the IRC cast about their production of Jean Anouith’s play.
The IRC prove once again that they are able to pluck strange fruits out of theatrical history and serve them up ably.
I’ve been sitting in on some of the absurdist theater company’s rehearsals, sketching and liking what I see.
The Bald Soprano always wears her hair in the same style. And The Bald Soprano, written in 1950 by Eugene Ionesco as a “tragedy of language,” is probably the most…
Tina Brock and company make Ionesco’s absurd SOPRANO sing.
What to see at the 2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival
Comparinge the absurdist comedy of Giraudoux with the serious drama of Ibsen.
Philly’s favorite absurdist company Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium revives Jean Giraudoux’s THE ENCHANTED.
IRC presents a must-see revival of Eugene Ionesco’s 1952 classic THE CHAIRS, a defining work of the theater of the absurd.
“Casting call” for the chairs in Ionesco’s THE CHAIRS: Interview with IRC artistic director Tina Brock
The Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium brings Eugene Ionesco’s hilarious, controversial, absurdist classic THE CHAIRS to the 2016 Fringe Festival. We talk to director Tina Brock about the show.
Tina Brock talks about Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium’s Fringe show Eugene Ionesco’s THE CHAIRS.
Can’t decide what to see in the 2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival? Check out Deb Miller’s recommendations in her annual top picks preview.
A series of stand-up monologues culled from the satirical articles of The Onion delivered riotous socio-political commentary in a fast-paced 75 minutes.