With bells, candles, a dark studio, a sheet, and a few artifacts from her life in dance, Fringe artist Julia Brandenberger expressed her own mix of theology and theater with an unusual funeral. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
An isolated English estate, orphaned children, a mysterious master, a young governess seeking her fortune — but Leila and Pantea Productions' Henry James adaptation is no love story on the moors. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
Michael Kiley believes singing is for everyone, not just an elite few with “good” voices, and he invites the audience to experience the body as natural instrument. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
After almost a century on Broad Street, the Merriam Theater is due for an upgrade. Architects are already consulting, developers will weigh in soon, and now is the time for the public to weigh in.
A New York performance troupe wonders just what is inside the mind of Kellyanne Conway, America’s chief “pundette,” and brings the show to the Philly Fringe. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
A South Philly Fringe show from SEXx Interactive and Polyglamorous Productions should be required viewing for every refugee from America’s abstinence-only classrooms. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
This Curated Fringe world premiere gets you out of your house and into another that might as well be your own. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
A timely staging of Athol Fugard’s drama about an illegal South African love affair makes itself at home in a Philadelphia library. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
Five college women who think they have the answer to preventing rape explore ways to heal from trauma. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
In his “comedy hypnosis” show, Frank Perri proves his unsettling grasp on strangers’ minds — but what if hypnosis is more common than we think? Alaina Mabaso reviews.