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2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Kink Haüs’ by Gunnar Montana at...

Sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll have long been the rallying cry of post-modern youth, and Gunnar Montana takes that hedonistic call to its most emphatic,...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘A Period of Animate Existence’ by...

If you open the dictionary and look up the word ‘life,’ one entry reads: ‘a period of animate existence.’ Composer Troy Herion gives this explanation...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Cymbeline’ by Revolution Shakespeare at Hawthorne...

For its fourth annual Fringe offering, Revolution Shakespeare returns to South Philadelphia’s Hawthorne Park with another free outdoor selection from the Bard’s canon. This...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Joan Crawford in Her Own Words’...

Created by Michael McHugh, directed by Peter Tupitza, and starring the fabulous Eric Singel, JC Productions’ revival of Joan Crawford in Her Own Words...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Bind’ by Corinna Burns at The...

Corinna Burns is not just skilled at acting, she’s also a superb writer and an enthralling storyteller, and she’s proving it once again in...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘#CocktailPlays’ by Juniper Productions at Philadelphia...

For its inaugural offering in the Fringe, Juniper Productions, founded earlier this year, partners with Philadelphia Distilling for a themed site-specific presentation of four...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘(insert thoughts here)’ by Bradley’s Bucks...

In a delectable mash-up of the 2017 Fringe with an extended Restaurant Week, Franky Bradley’s gives festival-goers the option of enjoying dinner while attending...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Marx in Soho’ by Iron Age...

Actor and activist Bob Weick is back in the Fringe with his signature touring show Marx in Soho by Howard Zinn, which he first...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Mistress of the Maze’ by WeftWorks...

Hypnotic, transportive, and exquisitely beautiful, Mistress of the Maze marks the unforgettable debut of WeftWorks with its stunning world-premiere performance in the 2017 Fringe....

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘I, Peaseblossom’ by Curio Theatre Company...

I, Peaseblossom, written by Tim Crouch and directed by Dan Hodge, is a fun, magical way to become more familiar with Shakespeare’s A Midsummer...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Death Is a Cabaret Ol’ Chum’...

As you enter through the gates and into the courtyard of historic Laurel Hill Cemetery, you are offered your choice of a complimentary cocktail...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘The Groom’s a Fag; The Bride’s...

What do you get when you mix over-the-top parody with uncensored vulgarity with pure poetry? The Groom’s a Fag; The Bride’s a Cunt; The...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘These Terrible Things’ by the University...

It’s a zany self-referencing case of art imitating life in These Terrible Things, as the University of the Arts and The Berserker Residents team...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Airswimming’ by Half Key Theatre Company...

Airswimming, Charlotte Jones’ play about two Englishwomen stuck in a mental institution for no good reason, walks – or should that be swims? –...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Cotton&Gold’ by AMH Productions at Circle...

Cotton&Gold is a new play by writer/director Alyse M. Hogan, a 2017 University of the Arts graduate, and her company AMH Productions, which describes...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Alchemist’ at One Shot Coffee

Friendship finds its way to the Fringe by way of Mary Tuomanen and Chris Davis in the form of a felicitous commemorative play, and...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Home’ at the Prince Theater

Home is the newest theatrical confection of Fringe favorite Geoff Sobelle, and a can’t-miss part of the current festival. The first 70 minutes are...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Tilda Swinton Adopt Me Please’ by...

Both laugh-out-loud funny and intensely affecting, The Greenfield Collective makes its powerful mark on the Fringe with Tilda Swinton Adopt Me Please, an original...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Iphigenia at Aulis’ by the Philadelphia...

“What gods?” asks the devastated Clytemnestra after the sacrifice of her first-born daughter Iphigenia, in The Philadelphia Artists’ Collective’s Fringe adaptation of Iphigenia at...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Leaps of Faith and Other Mistakes’...

Did you ever want to sail away from it all and begin anew with a circle of like-minded friends? That’s what the figures in...

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