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2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘The Sincerity Project’ at Plays and...

It's back! After  two years, Team Sunshine Performance Corporation's The Sincerity Project, directed with much heart, and written and performed by actors/writers Aram Aghazarian, Benjamin Camp, Rachel Camp,...

2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Cellophane’

Are we mindless technology zombies? Have we lost our human compassion? These are questions addressed in the Fringe show Cellophane, by Mac Wellman. Cellophane,...

2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Making the Fringe Great Again!’ at...

If you’re a stickler for political correctness, lighten up, head over to L’Etage Cabaret, grab a drink, and laugh your *#@% off at all...

2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘In the Clearing’ at Birds on...

Birds on a Wire takes Fringe-goers on an evocative journey into the woods in a short-run premiere of its newest modern dance piece In...

Renegade Company’s Mike Durkin on ‘Animal Farm to Table’ at the...

Mike Durkin, an innovative Philadelphia director who has opened many doors, starts out this interview by giving a brutally honest self-assessment on the ongoing...

The 2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival: ‘Feed’: “Bring Your Appetites.This is a...

Applied Mechanics (AM) is a Philadelphia-based collaborative ensemble that has been making original, immersive theater since it was founded by Director Rebecca (Becky) Wright...

2016 FringeNYC Review: ‘The Legend of Oni’

Fulfilling a ten-year dream, the all-female Musical Company OZmate, from Takarazuka, Japan, has brought its epic tale, The Legend of Oni, to FringeNYC, and...

2016 Philadelphia FringeArts Preview: Exploring Food Culture with Applied Mechanics and...

There are more than 175 shows in this year’s Philadelphia Fringe Festival, spanning eleven different genres and covering a wide array of subjects. Two...

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