FringeArts has announced the lineup for the 2014 Neighborhood Fringe: over 120 independently produced productions by both new and established artists to take place in an array of Philadelphia neighborhoods. The shows are in addition to the selection of performances by internationally renowned artists already scheduled for the 18th Annual Fringe Festival, running September 5th through the 21st.
The lineup of over 120 shows will ignite Philadelphia’s neighborhoods with a variety of artistic happenings, encompassing dance, theater, spoken word, visual art, and more. The performances will fill unique venues from West Philadelphia to Northern Liberties, including theaters, row houses, parks, nightclubs, even cemeteries.
Highlights from this year’s Neighborhood Fringe lineup include:
Resurrection Room: By Gunnar Montana, the performance “follows a young woman as she stumbles upon a world with no rules, no life, no death. Get lost with her as she encounters everything from hot pink hostels to demon geishas, igniting a world that’s dead set on eating her alive.”
Intimate Exchanges: Presented by 1812 Productions, “Jennifer Childs and Tony Lawton star in Alan Ayckbourn’s sensational comedy of chance where each road taken is dictated by the audience, leading to a world of outrageous outcomes.”
The Ray Charles Experience: Artist Movin’ Melvin Brown presents a “soulful journey exploring the jazz, blues, gospel music of Ray Charles and his contemporaries, Nat King Cole, Sam Cooke, Jackie Wilson, and more!”
BalletX at The Porch: BalletX, Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet, will perform “beside 30th Street Station against the backdrop of the Philadelphia skyline.”
For a full list of Neighborhood Fringe shows, and more details about the upcoming Fringe Festival, head here.