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The Top LGBTQ Event Producers of the Summer

As summer party vibes turn up, the LGBTQ events scene is ready to take flight. In recent months, our city’s LGBTQ night life has been […]

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The Top LGBTQ Venues of the Summer

As summer begins to heat up, it’s time to hit the streets and venture out. In recent months, our city’s LGBTQ night life has definitely […]

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FringeArts Is Throwing a 12-Hour Dance Party

FringeArts, producer of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival and year-round performances, is trying out a new way to raise money for the arts in Philly. The […]


La Peg’s Winter Film Series Kicks Off With A Huge Feast

La Peg and Fringe Arts had a pretty good thing going with their summer film series. As a matter of fact, it was such a […]

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Circadium Brings the Circus to Feastival

Food from many of the best chefs in Philadelphia, plus all the cocktails you can handle, is enough of an excuse to splurge on a […]

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6 Racy Fringe Festival Shows to See

The 20th Philadelphia Fringe Festival kicks off this Friday and runs through September 24th, with 15 curated shows, tons of independent “Fringe Around the City” […]

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FringeArts 2016: People to Watch

September is one of our favorite months of the year. No, not because the kids finally go back to school — well, that too — […]

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Get a Peek at the Fringe Festival Tonight at Scratch Night

Earlier this month the guide to the 20th Fringe Festival came out, and we told you to start marking off which of the 1,000 performances […]

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Mentally Prepare for the DNC with Political Theater

The Trump Card @ FringeArts | Thursday, July 21 Mike Daisey, called “the master storyteller” by the New York Times, performs his monologue about the […]

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BalletX Leaps into the Surreal

BalletX Summer Series @ The Wilma Theater | July 6-17 Choreographers Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and BalletX co-founder Matthew Neenan team up with “experiential art shop” […]

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Paging Donald Trump’s Lawyers: Controversial NYC Playwright Bringing New Trump Play to Philly

New York-based author Mike Daisey has published more than two dozen monologues, with subjects that have included everything from Burning Man to L. Ron Hubbard […]

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TOP PICKS: The Best LGBTQ Events This Weekend

FRIDAY EVENTS Beards N Queers Celebration 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar, 200 South 12th Street; over 21. Stro Productionz returns […]

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Female Anti-Heroes Are Really In Right Now

Machinal @ Latvian Society of Philadelphia | April 20 to May 8 Feminism! Murder! American Expressionism! EgoPo Classic Theater is putting on the 1928 drama […]

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Employee of the Year Hires Kid Actors for a Very Adult Piece of Art.

There’s a bunch of pre-teen female actors putting on a performance at FringeArts later this month, and, no, it isn’t Annie. “They are regular kids,” said Employee […]

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INTERVIEW: Mark McCloughan and Jaime Maseda of No Face Performance Group

They dress up as nuns at midnight, fall asleep, wake up every half-hour, and improvise. That may sound really strange, and, heck, it sort of […]