Toby Zinman gives bullet reviews of nine Shakespeare-ish shows in this year’s Fringe.
We were fortunate. Apparently, the horse does not always shit, but in our case his entrance precipitated a great outpouring of feces.
The International Philly Fringe: A welcome to 28 countries
I asked Tuomanen, who directed the piece, to talk about The Body Lautrec. On extremely short notice, she agreed (“Aaron called me, said someone was upset about Lautrec and you wanted to ask me some questions.”) We talk about filth, exploitation, agency, and other uplifting stuff.
Romeo Castellucci has poured his personal inspirations and philosophy into this remarkable abstract production, but ultimately viewers must determine its meaning for themselves. To this viewer, the piece is a resounding “NO.”
Named after a Mark Rothko painting cycle, Castellucci’s piece is a sort of abstract impressionism on stage
Anyone who says that Philadelphia is provincial hasn’t attended the annual Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Here’s the latest sampling of shows, performances, playwrights, and artists from around the world. Phindie writer…
Life involves shit and gets messy. Life is anguish and suffering. Life is also care, love, frustration, solace, and release. Life is not easy for the faint-hearted or weak-stomached to get through….
Fringe interview: BSM Pastor Bill Golderer talks about the controversial On the Concept of the Face Regarding the Son of God
The FringeArts-sponsored On the Concept of the Face Regarding the Son of God is one of the most anticipated shows of the 2013 Fringe Festival. Creator Romeo Castellucci is regarded…