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.
When someone else’s life depends on a second chance, ‘Borderlands’ asks what you sacrifice if you step up to help. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
When you’re making your Philly Fringe schedule, the correct input is crucial. I’m not saying this is the correct input. But it could be.
Just because someone got it into the catalog doesn’t mean it’s a good idea to go. Or is it?
Comedy, tragedy, growth, and discovery mingle in surprising and compelling ways when Fringe artists use their artistic platforms to undo stigmas around mental illness and associated issues.
In 2017, it’s hard to separate fact from fiction and know who’s siding with whom, especially when it comes to the controversy over removing the Frank Rizzo statue. Alaina Mabaso reports.
This year’s festival wouldn’t be complete without a huge helping of the issues and causes that have been getting Philadelphians into the streets by the thousands, from the Women’s March to #PhillyIsCharlottesville. Here’s a look at how the resistance is fueling Fringe 2017.
Feeling left out of Dîner en Blanc this year? Or gloating because they couldn’t pay you to go? Philly is full of things to do on Thursday, August 17, that don’t require you to wear white or pack dinner.