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Joel Markowitz being interviewed by Ellouise Schoettler, Oct. 2012
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Fringe in Sketch: ANTIHERO

Comic book nerds turn vigilante against the Philadelphia Parking Authority in Tribe of Fools’ ANTIHERO.

(l-r) Colleen Hughes, Kyle Yackoski, and Leah Holleran. Photo by Lewis Harder.

ANTIHERO (Tribe of Fools): 2016 Fringe review 32.2

Soaring out of the gates with effortless acrobatics, Tribe of Fools’ robust remount of ANTIHERO is a true theatrical powerhouse

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ANTIHERO (Tribe of Fools): 2016 Fringe review 32.1

Tribe of Fools returns to Fringe with a satirical look at the culture of comic book heroes.

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ZOMBIES . . . WITH GUNS (Tribe of Fools): 2015 Fringe Review 18

The Zombie Apocalypse invades the Fringe with Tribe of Fools’ zany foray into the fright genre, with a serious socio-political message about gun violence.

Tribe of Fools, TWO STREET, phto Kate Raines

TWO STREET: A TALE OF STAR-CROSSED MUMMERS (Tribe of Fools): 2014 Fringe Review 12.2

Shakespeare meets South Philly in Tribe of Fools’ TWO STREET, a high-energy take on Romeo and Juliet through the perspective of a contemporary gay couple. But here the tale of…

Tribe of Fools, TWO STREET--A TALE OF STAR CROSSED MUMMERS (Photo credit: www.plate3photography.com)

TWO STREET: A TALE OF STAR-CROSSED MUMMERS (Tribe of Fools): 2014 Fringe Review 12.1

This love story, full of gags, comedic misunderstandings and lotsa heart, encompasses two smitten gay mummers, family devotion, and mummer-love.

Antihero. Tribe of Fools. 2013 Philly Fringe review

[18] ANTIHERO (Tribe of Fools Theatre Company): Fringe review

Although founded ten years ago, Tribe of Fools Theatre Company really burst onto the scene with its inimitable Fringe ‘11 offering, Heavy Metal Dance Fag.  Like that show, this year’s production mixes…