The debate central to Rajiv Joseph’s absorbing new play isn’t just talk: when you lose this one, you really lose.
Talking to the playwright for GayFest! 2016’s Mainstage production.
In Africa as elsewhere, for queers as for everyone, life plays out messily in small tragedies and little loves.
Warning: Don’t see this erotic-thriller-parody if you take life too seriously! Also: Don’t take life to seriously.
“Your little ducks,” Leah says, as we look over our shoulders at the line of weaving their way south on 21st, “they’re all in a row.”
The timely BROKEN WING, offered to the FringeArts festival in an beautifully executed performance by Pantea Productions, tells the story of a brash American photographer (Bob Stineman) who, while traveling in Iran, sleeps with his host’s young wife Arezoo.
SoLow Fest! In the house. (In many houses.) This month. OMG. Across Philly’s various neighborhoods, artists of all shapes, sizes and specialities are working on over 35 different shows. How…
This town knows Aaron Cromie, polymath of the arts—puppeteer, performer, director, designer of puppets, sets, and props; choreographer, musician, teacher, and writer. What else? I know there’s even more. So…
Aaron Cromie, one half of a double-act with Mary Tuomanen, describes with relish the process of creating their latest Fringe piece, Saint Joan, Betrayed. For Saint Joan, Betrayed, the two will…