The Sincerity Project, Candy Volcano and More Comprise FringeArts’ Edgy Fall Lineup
If you’re looking for cutting-edge live arts and experiences this fall, look no further than FringeArts. Its autumn lineup comes on the heels of a record-breaking 2014 Fringe Festival and includes performances at La Peg, the on-site restaurant and beer garden serving as a the cultural center of the Delaware waterfront.
The season kicks off with Halloween Jack’s Glamtasm Masquerade costume party on Friday, October 31st at 9:30 p.m. Creating the perfect backdrop for Halloween festivities, the 25-plus-member, glam-rock super group Candy Volcano will bring their signature 1970s homage to the stage. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door, and the show is all ages.
Throughout the fall months FringeArts will continue its Monday Scratch Night series, a free monthly mash-up of local performers. Coming Monday, November 3rd and Monday, December 1st, the show starts at 7 p.m. and includes beer, snacks, and conversation.
In honor of First Friday, November 7th and December 5th, La Peg will hold a late night cabaret at 11 p.m. featuring Red 40 and the Last Groovement. Drop a suggested donation at the door and get ready for a sexy show. If you’re willing to brave a chilly night, La Peg’s outdoor beer garden will have fire pits to warm you up and seasonal menu items, too.
Team Sunshine Performance Corporation presents The Sincerity Project Thursday, December 4th through Saturday, December 13th. Developed through a residency with FringeArts, this “anti-play” explores millennials’ lives through storytelling. Like Paul Almond and Michael Apted’s long-running “Up!” series, The Sincerity Project plans to have 12 revivals over the next 24 years to revisit the real lives of its cast members. The show is pay-what-you-wish, but the suggested donation is $30.