An otherworldly trip into primal vitalityView More HABIT@ (Matter Movement Group): 2019 Fringe review
Henrik Eger talks to actor Amanda Schoonover about Sarah Kane and her career.View More Theater of the Extreme: Amanda Schoonover looks back on PHAEDRA’S LOVE
I, PEASEBLOSSOM is a lark, even compared to its light-hearted inspiration, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.View More I, PEASEBLOSSOM (Curio): 2017 Fringe review
“This morning I woke up in the spinning hole of momentum,” begins Geoffrey Decas O’Donnell as a self-help devotee in CTown’s THE MOMENTUM, “riding momentum……View More  THE MOMENTUM (Collaboration Town): Fringe review
There’s still a cachet and a natural audience draw when a work is staged in the center of town, and that’s still where most of…View More Fringe Preview 9: Center City Fringe
It’s perhaps peculiar that there aren’t more established theater spaces in South Philadelphia (The Shubin and Theatre Exile’s new headquarters are lonely outposts). And in…View More Fringe Preview 7: South Philly Fringe
With credits at almost every independent theater company in town (PAC, EgoPo, Luna, Simpatico, Renegade, Quintessence, etc.), Griffin Stanton-Ameisen has built a reputation as one of…View More Griffin Stanton-Ameisen: An interview with the actor/producer of THE PLAYDATERS about theater, relationships, and romcoms.
Call me Ishmael. As founding artistic director of The Renegade Company (therenegadecompany.org), Michael Durkin has provided Philadelphia audiences with a stream of engaging theatrical productions: Hamletmachine,…View More Michael Durkin: An interview with the creator of BATHTUB MOBY-DICK about, er, Moby-Dick and baths.
Philly’s fastest developing neighborhood (seriously, every time I go up there there’s some unrecognizable new Euro-chic housing units or hipster art galleries) is home to…View More Fringe Preview 5: Fishtown–Kensington Fringe
One of the best things about the annual Philly Fringe festival is the opportunity to see several works of performing arts in one day or evening. I…View More A Philly theater double header this Saturday
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe, and the 2011 edition looks bigger andbetter than ever. The Live Arts…View More 10 Picks for 2011 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe
Annie Wilson is a local dancer-choreographer-performer-art maker type who has been making her presence known these past several years since graduation from the University of…View More Annie’s Got a Brand New Bag: See It at the Philly Fringe
I was producing a Fringe show last year, and I had an Equity actor (Actors’ Equity is the union for theatre actors). No problem, my…View More Philly needs an Equity Showcase—sound the horn!