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
The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre demonstrates Shakespeare’s continued relevance with a well-choreographed comedy of contemplation.View More TWELFTH NIGHT (Philly Shakes): What you will!
This is a solidly accessible MACBETH, with comprehensible delivery and an easy-to-follow story—the kind of Shakespeare you go see with your high school class.View More MACBETH (Philly Shakes): Blood should have blood
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.View More THE YEAR OF THE RAW ONION (IRC): A cabaret cocktail of satire and absurdity
DOGFALL looks good and has good intentions, but as everyone aware of military history knows, high aspirations don’t always lead to success.View More DOGFALL (Iron Age): Let slip the dogs of war
An updated musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic rom-com brings current import to the battle of the sexes and coming of age in post-modern times.View More LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST (CTC): A post-modern musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic rom-com
In her amusing staging of Shakespeare, director Carmen Khan focuses on the compromise, interplay, and transformative power of love which make up a mature relationship.View More THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre): A woman moved
Henrik Eger talks to director Tina Brock about this intriguing Fringe production.View More “Performing Ionesco is a sport”: Interview with EXIT THE KING director Tina Brock
Philadelphia’s favorite absurdist theater troupe, Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium, is Fringing all Festival long with Eugene Ionesco’s EXIT THE KING. Henrik Eger talks to the six…View More Long Live Ionesco Actors: Behind the scenes with the cast of IRC’s EXIT THE KING
The scary midnight show is something of a Fringe tradition. SPOOKFISH fits the bill this year.View More SPOOKFISH (Haygen Brice Walker and Jessica Schwartz): 2015 Fringe review 17
Ionesco’s absurdist tragicomedy on death and the human condition comes to life in Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium’s hilarious and affecting production.View More EXIT THE KING (IRC): 2015 Fringe Review 1
Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium returns with its latest dive into the absurd—Eugene Ionescos EXIT THE KINGView More Tonight! Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium kicks off the Fringe with EXIT THE KING!
Philly Shakes’ production isn’t afraid to embrace the wonderfully silly and naughty aspects of Shakespeare, and the approach works like a charm.View More A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre): What fools these mortals be!
This is Tennessee Williams as you’ve never seen him, filled with youthful ardor, idealism, and scorn, and well suited for showcasing a young ensemble of emerging talents.View More STAIRS TO THE ROOF (EgoPo and Rowan): An absurdist take on a fledgling work by Tennessee Williams
The one-act musical adaptation of Joyce’s short story is presented as a memory play, told through narration and re-enactments.View More JAMES JOYCE’S THE DEAD (CTC): An immersive event in an Irish pub setting
Aaron Cromie brings his inimitable brand of wit and insight to this exuberant interpretation of HENRY V.View More HENRY V (Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre): Bringing history to life and making learning fun
Two original one-hour plays inspired by the life and popular children’s book of Scottish author J.M. BarrieView More NIGHTMARES IN NEVERLAND (Bri Shaw/Brian Clores/Brey Barrett/Haygen Walker): 2014 Fringe Review 47
Phindie will provide more Philly Fringe Festival coverage than any publication in the world! Coverage begins with 15 picks from star Phindie writer Deb Miller.View More Deb Miller’s 15 Top Picks for the 2014 Philadelphia Fringe Festival