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Nichole Canuso’s The Garden Is Now Open

UPDATE: The Garden is already sold out. ORIGINAL: The Garden, the latest work from Philadelphia choreographer Nichole Canuso, is a movement-based dance installation three years […]

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The Real Legend of Sleepy Hollow
at TD Bank Arts Center

This weekend, just when you’ll think all the Halloween shenanigans are over for the year, playwright Matthew Norcross will raise the curtain on his The Real […]

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Theatre Exile Debuts “Cock”

Bearded Ladies founder John Jarboe is taking a hiatus from the cabaret scene to co-star in Theatre Exile‘s latest, Cock, an intense, Oliver-winning drama written […]

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FringeArts Review: Azuka Theatre’s Dutch Masters

Ah, 1992. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Everyone who was anyone was down with O.P.P. (best), George H.W. […]

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Local Lawyer’s Play Ponders Life with a Living JFK

John F. Kennedy died more than 50 years ago, setting off a chain of events in the wake of his untimely demise that would result […]

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FringeArts Review: Gunnar Montana’s Basement

No one is safe in FringeArts performer Gunnar Montana’s Basement.

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Curio Theatre Company Doing Lesbian Romeo and Juliet

You’ve no doubt seen adaptations and derivations of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet many times, both on screen and on film. But you’ve probably never seen […]

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Broadway Cast for Rocky Announced

The New York Times reports: Andy Karl, a Broadway actor who has shown a knack for musical comedy (“The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” “Legally Blonde”) […]

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FringeArts Review: Saint Joan, Betrayed Is Everything the Fringe Should Be

Last Friday night was a long one. I started out with The Renegade Company’s Bathtub Moby-Dick in Point Breeze at 6 p.m. before checking out […]

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FringeArts Review: EgoPo’s A Doll’s House

Oh dear… Oh dear… Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. It’s all I could think to myself on Friday night as I was walking out […]

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FringeArts Review: The Renegade Company’s Bathtub Moby-Dick

On Friday night — the first official day of the FringeArts festival — I made it to three shows. The first one of the night […]

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FringeArts Review: Dragon Eye’s A Mystery? at Smith Playhouse

On Saturday morning, I took my two kids — ages 6 and 7 — to see Dragon Eye Theatre’s FringeArts production A Mystery? at East […]

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Yes, You Can Do FringeArts With Kids

Philadelphia’s annual FringeArts Festival is now underway, with some ridiculous number of dance and theater shows and events that fall under the oft-maligned “performance art” […]

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Here Are 10 FringeArts Performers You Need to Know

The annual Philadelphia Live Arts Festival/Philly Fringe is now (thankfully) known as FringeArts and runs September 5th to 22nd. Here, some of the brightest local […]

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New FringeArts Venue Books First Shows

The 2013 Philadelphia FringeArts Festival (previously known as the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe) kicks off one month from today, and tickets are […]