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Friday, August 16, 2019

Interview with Veteran Fringe Fan Brett Mapp by Seth Boyce

Brett Mapp has been seeing Fringe Festival shows as long as anyone (he attended the very first Philly Fringe in 1997). His annual schedule picks have even attracted press attention! We talke…

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Thursday, August 15, 2019

2019 Fringe Festival Spotlight: Accessibility by Seth Boyce

FringeArts is committed to being of Philadelphia, for Philadelphia. As an artistic and cultural institution in this city, we take seriously our responsibility to be accessible to every Phila…

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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Two Friends Try to Be Disappointed by Each Other: Interview with John Rosenberg of Autopia by Seth Boyce

John Rosenberg’s very first show in Philadelphia after moving from California was a 2010 Fringe Festival production, Cheap Guy Hall of Fame, Class of 2010. Subsequent years garnered critic…

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Monday, August 12, 2019

Mapping the Refugee Experience: Kaneza Schaal and Christopher Myers on Cartography by Seth Boyce

How do we track where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going, especially when we must flee our homes? Cartography, by Christopher Myers and Kaneza Schaal seeks to answer this qu…

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Monday, August 5, 2019

Channeling the Past: Eric Berryman on The B-Side by Seth Boyce

Three men—Eric Berryman, Jasper McGruder, and Philip Moore—listen to an LP of songs and speeches recorded in 1965 in segregated Texas state prison farms, singing and talking along with t…

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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

‘Us the Children of History’: Blanka Zizka on There by Seth Boyce

At first glance, Etel Adnan’s book-length poem There: In the Light and the Darkness of the Self and of the Other, isn’t a natural candidate for adaptation into a play. There are no clear…

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Following the American Dream: Kelly Copper on Pursuit of Happiness by Seth Boyce

What is happiness, and to what ends will we pursue it? Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska, co-directers of the OBIE-winning Nature Theater of Oklahoma, explore this question in Pursuit of Happines…

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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

‘The Greatest Step of Them All’: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker Passes On her Fase to the Next Generation by Seth Boyce

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s breakthrough came in 1982, at the age of twenty-one, with Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich. For years, she continued to dance the piece herself…

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Monday, July 15, 2019

Two Men, a Bench, and a Radio: Hermes Gaido on Un Poyo Rojo by Seth Boyce

Hermes Gaido is the artistic director of Un Poyo Rojo, a non-verbal work of theater that explores different relationships between two men. Meeting in a locker room, the Argentinian duo of Al…

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