2021 Fringe Festival Guide

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M O FR ARTISTIC THE TEAM OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS, Fringe has had different names, different operators, different resources and capacities, but the same ambition: to steward a network of spirited arts practitioners and culture workers interested in teaching the edges of the disciplines they work in. Here at the pumphouse, we often come back to a core idiom—there’s a Fringe on everything. In that time, culture has changed and we have too. We’ve gained new ways to communicate with one another, across time, space, and difference. It’s undeniable that contemporary performance and the artists who render it are uniquely equipped in their capacity to instigate conversations that cultivate an interrogative impulse and enable us to imagine new futures through the perspectives of folks outside of ourselves. This year’s festival is composed of works new and newly-contextualized, from familiar faces to the cutting-edge. While the performances on our Curated slate do not share a singular theme, every presentation is tinged with a broader societal inquiry, of which we frankly have no authorship: how do we come together, and where, and why? Independent artists are the beating heart of Fringe. We are so proud to see and support this resilient community in returning full force to present work developed through the pandemic, and to combine forces with one another to provide deeply considered options for their audiences. Satellite festival “hubs” are popping up across the Philly Fringe landscape. Cannonball Festival brings together 30 productions under one roof at MAAS, and Crossroads Comedy Theater transforms Theatre Exile into the city’s destination for comedy. Free Fringe Philadelphia, an independent satellite festival, ensures

audiences are not turned away for lack of funds, but rather encouraged to support artists however they can. These force-magnifying platforms for co-promotion and cost sharing exemplify the interconnection and mutual support characteristic of the Philadelphia artist community. FringeArts is committed to redoubling our support for the artists who self produce their work in the Festival. This year, we have again struck the registration free while introducing new programs for Independent Artists. For the very first time, we are launching Fringe Festival Audience Choice Awards or “The Philly Fringies” to encourage deeper audience engagement with Independent Artists and an air of festival fun. This commitment extends beyond the Fringe Festival, as we move toward offering yearround opportunities to this growing community of Independent Artists. Accessibility continues to be a rallying point across the Fringe spectrum. Artists are finding new means of connecting with audiences to offer an incredible variety of experiences, be they virtual, in-person, or both. A number of shows also offer a Pay What You Can ticketing option where audiences are not turned away for lack of funds. However you find us, whether online, outdoors, at hubs, or at safely staged indoor performances, we look forward to celebrating this year’s offerings and the past 25 years of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival with you! Zoë McNichols Associate Producer

Zach Blackwood Artistic Producer

April Rose Independent Artist Program Manager


Nick Stuccio President & Producing Director


Ticket Information

HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS Online Tickets are on sale now at FringeArts. com. Go to the individual show pages and add your tickets to the cart, then purchase using a credit card. You will receive an email order confirmation with your tickets attached. Print your ticket for admission, or display your ticket at the venue on your smartphone or tablet.

Fringe Festival Box Office: Stop by the Fringe Festival Box Office, open August 30—October 3. Buy tickets with cash or credit card (no checks). Tickets for FringeArts Curated performances are on sale at the box office until one hour before show time. Tickets for all other Fringe performances are on sale until two hours before show time.

Call 215.413.1318 Our box office staff is happy to process your ticket order over the phone with a credit card weekdays 11am-5pm, and daily during the Fringe Festival Box Office Hours (see below).

140 North Columbus Boulevard (at Race) Philadelphia, PA 19106 215.413.1318

At the Performance Venue Tickets are available at the venue starting one hour prior to performances for FringeArts Curated shows, and 30 minutes prior to performances for independently produced Fringe shows. Most independently produced Fringe shows are cash only.

Box office hours: Aug 30—Sep 5: 12-5pm Sep 6—Oct 3: 11am-8pm

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FringeArts does not offer refunds. Exchanges are offered for free to FringeArts Members and Producers Circle members and for $2 per ticket to non-members. Exchanges can only be made up to two hours before the ticketed performance and only for a different performance of the same show.

If you cannot attend a FringeArts Curated performance because of exposure to COVID-19, please contact Patron Services at 215.413.1318 or patronservices@ fringearts.com for a ticket voucher to a future performance. For additional ticketing information, including discounts, group tickets, and Artist Rush, visit FringeArts.com/box-office

The 2021 Fringe Festival will take place predominantly in-person. To help protect the health and safety of audiences, artists, staff, and our greater community, audience members are required to wear masks at all indoor performances.

Some independently produced shows also require proof of vaccination. Please reference individual event details on FringeArts.com for show-specific guidelines. If you are feeling unwell, experiencing any COVID-related symptoms, or come into close contact with someone who has COVID-19 up to 14 days before a performance, please stay home. These guidelines may evolve depending on local health and safety recommendations. Please consult FringeArts.com/COVID-19 for the latest information.

Health & Safety

Additionally, all indoor FringeArts Curated events will require proof of vaccination to attend. Audience members will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering a performance venue. Accepted forms for proof of vaccination include a physical vaccine card with your name on it or a digital photo of your vaccine card on a cell phone.

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SATELLITE FESTIVAL HUBS For the 2021 Festival, FringeArts is thrilled to partner with two independent satellite festivals, Cannonball at the Maas Building and Crossroads Comedy Theatre at Theatre Exile. Look for the festival logos on individual events, and be sure to visit their websites for more information.

New This Year

Cannonball Festival Produced by Almanac Dance Circus Theatre and the Maas Building, Cannonball Festival features over 150 events spanning theater, dance, circus, and film, including 27 original shows, nightly cabarets, pop-up events, workshops, artist talkbacks, and more. Sep 9—Oct 2 at the Maas Building (1325 N. Randolph St). Learn more at cannonballfestival.org.

Crossroads Comedy Theater Crossroads Comedy Theater is a new home for hilarious comedy shows and podcasts. Crossroads has something for everyone as their shows feature improv, sketch, stand-up, and more! If you are interested in learning improv or other comedic arts, keep your eyes on Crossroads as classes are forming soon for fall and beyond. Sep 22—27 at Theatre Exile (1340 S. 13th St). Learn more at xroadscomedy.com.

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Introducing our first ever Audience Choice Awards! Following each independent Fringe show, audiences are invited to rate the performance to determine the top shows of the festival ...according to YOU. We’ll share the frontrunners weekly on social media, and announce the winners at the Closing Night Party on October 2 at FringeArts. Look for each show’s voting link in the Know Before You Go email sent to you 24 hours before each performance. Once you attend, open the link, fill out the ballot, and submit your rating!

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Arctic Boosh, The Mighty Boosh


Le Super Grand Continental Sylvain Émard

2004 Hell Meets Henry Halfway Pig Iron Theatre Company This September marks the 25th anniversary of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival and FringeArts’ emergence on the local and global arts scene. As we return to in-person programming, we are encouraged to reflect and reconsider, and to take stock of the art and accomplishments that have shaped the past quarter century of Philly Fringe. To celebrate the Philadelphia-based makers we’ve grown up alongside, the international artists we’ve been proud to introduce to our city, and the neighborhoods that have welcomed us, we’ve developed new ways to access and engage with Fringe history.

Visit FringeArts.com to explore our ever-growing performance archive, and come by Cherry Street Pier during festival time for an exhibition of artifacts and ephemera from the Fringe vaults. We’ve also introduced Map Your Fringe, an online community archive, where we invite you—yes, YOU— to chart the collective constellation of Fringe Festival memories around the city and through the years. It just wouldn’t be Fringe without you! Map Your Fringe at FringeArts.com/map

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Soul Project David Zambrano

Gala, Jérôme Bel

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Additional support for FringeArts is provided by


Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation

Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation

The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation

The following pages serve as an introduction to the 170 shows in the 2021 Fringe Festival. Read up on the offerings, then reference FringeArts.com and the FringeArts App for all details about performance dates and times, pricing, locations, and to purchase tickets, as well as more info about late night events, any last minute changes, and more!

To receive the latest festival updates as they happen, sign up for Fringe Festival emails on our website, download the latest version of our App (and turn on notifications!), and be sure to follow us on social media!

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Navigating the Fringe Festival

Shows are organized by primary event category, and then alphabetically within that category. Visit FringeArts.com for more categories and filtering options, including by date, accessibility offerings, and descriptors like “First Philly Fringe” or “Unique Venue.”

Presented by FringeArts as part of the Curated Fringe Part of Almanac Dance Circus Theatre’s Cannonball Festival FringeArts

Part of Crossroads Comedy Festival


Couch Potatoes

Happy Hour

Almanac Dance Circus Theatre What is a radical permissionist? Mae West is a queer, trans sex worker, and they want you to be one. This autobiographical, quirky and audacious piece explores the personal, political, and industrial aspects of sex and sexuality. Presented as a part of Cannonball. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56225

The Leftovers No living room is the samethey hold different memories, relationships and stories. But almost every living room has one unifying feature: a couch. In Couch Potatoes, we utilize circus and interdisciplinary theater to welcome you into our own living room as we explore the couch's impact on familial relationships, childhood memories and seemingly normal everyday activities. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54773

Almanac Dance Circus Theatre Come as you are. Drink it in. Dance. Happy Hour is a semi-improvised, participatory performance piece from Almanac Dance Circus Theatre. Sensing, feeling, listening, queering, climbing, balancing, and weaving, an ensemble of seven acrobats, dancers, and fools combine childlike curiosity, playfulness and wonder to challenge an adult world too full of unspoken rules and stubborn habits. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56727

Only Bones v.1.6

RagTag: A Circus in Stitches

tinycircus at West Craft Fest!

Cirque Us Follow our yarn-spinning characters as they explore a new patchwork world. You'll be entwined with artists featuring high-flying, knot-tying, gravitydefying aerialists, loopy jugglers, musicians, and comedy that will leave you in stitches. Join us as we tell tales of support, fear, friendship, and the connections which inevitably interweave themselves in our lives. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56287

Tangle Movement Arts Tangle's beloved tinycircus- an eclectic, family-friendly mix of aerial acrobatics, movement arts, and knock-knock jokes pops up at West Philadelphia's favorite craft festival! Join us for an afternoon of trapeze, aerial silks, live music, local crafts, and community celebration. Rain date Sept. 12. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56749

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Marina Cherry Lanky loidlings. Squishy Schloompings. Spiky Spa-doodlings. Marina squeaks, zooms & tiptoes through a microspace. Intriguingly engulfing, this quirky conglomeration creates a mishmash of corporal & cerebral manipulations. Bursting the bubbles of banality, researching innovation amongst extreme constraints, it is a maximization of the minimal. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56552

The Book of Snorin' Borrowed Time Sleep Apnea the Musical featuring Jake Mattera, Stew Walker Hoffman, and NYTEshift Crossroads Comedy Theater Borrowed Time is a comedy showcase featuring a mix of improv and stand-up. Each show features a different act not produced by Crossroads, so it's a chance to see some stuff you might not otherwise get to see. Tonight features improv teams Hoffman and NYTEShift and Stand-up from Jake Mattera! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56746

Free Improv Jam

The Great Philadelphia Comedy Magic Walk Robert Malissa, Walking Magician Take a stroll through Old City Philly for magic and mystery, inspired by history! The Walk stops at several historic locations, each of which is the basis for a comedic and mindbending performance. Learn"The Real Story of Betsy Ross and the American Flag", and much much more. You will never see Philly the same way again! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56478

International Women's Public Safety Clown Army Stephanie Parker & Friends Feminist Clown in training Stephanie Parker and colleagues from around the world will present a crash course in public safety. This fever dream was inspired by being hit by a car in broad daylight. This show is the culmination of having way too much free time to ruminate on the event's impact. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56739


Crossroads Comedy Theater Are you an improviser itching for some stage time after a year indoors? Are you curious about improv and looking for your moment in the spotlight? Come on out to our Free Improv Jam! All experience levels are welcome! You'll do a scene or two, have some fun, and maybe make some new friends! Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56748

Crossroads Comedy Theater Extree! Extree! Read all about it! Local comedy show uses the news to create a comedy show right before your eyes! Throughout the show, you'll see a wide variety of news clips from the week which then inspire the smart, funny, and sometimes insanely weird improvised scenes created on the spot. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56706


If you snore or love a snorer, then Stew Walker's show featuring 'Stewpid' songs about snoring and sleep apnea will not only amuse you, but it could save your relationship or even your life! This hilarious show follows Australian musical comedian Stew Walker on his quest to treat his sleep apnea and escape the bungalow blues. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/50318

Extree! Extree! Comedy Inspired By the News


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Latinx 2044: A Hispanic Heritage Month Comedy Special

No Diggity: Improv Inspired By Old School Hip Hop and R&B

Crossroads Comedy Theater It's Hispanic Heritage Month and Che Guerrero wants you to know it! Che has assembled some of the best latinx comics in the area for this special, one night only event. Come have a laugh and celebrate with us! " Latinx 2044 - looking to the future when we are the majority!" - Che Note: Parts of this show will be entirely in Spanish. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56762

Crossroads Comedy Theater No Diggity host, Tia Kemp, curates a playlist of old school hip hop and R&B music videos which inspire the hilarious scenes. Audience members will be quizzed on their old school knowledge. Guess correctly and you might get to pick which video inspires the cast! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56710

Offstage Fright

Package Deal

XY Players Sketch comedy related to the anxiety of 2020 on the theater world. Sketches include stage fright during the Renaissance, where performance success is a matter of life and death; an acclaimed singer dealing with the dark side of fame; a parody of misinformation and history; and the effect of the pandemic on theater and the arts. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/54846

Jennifer Blaine As a veteran solo performance artist, Jennifer Blaine has participated in many of the Fringe Festivals since its inception in 1997. In her latest original work, Package Deal, she humorously explores the fragility of systems, the human body, and recounts being demoted as an aging womxn artist mother. Armed with her sense of humor and a multitude of characters, can her storytelling transform your world? $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56408

Not Yet Rated: An Improvised Movie Crossroads Comedy Theater In a world filled with movies, this one has not been made. Using movie tropes and your suggestions, the amazing cast creates a movie you definitely won't see in theaters! The heroes and villains, twists and turns, special effects, even the soundtrack. No script. No Props. No idea what's gonna happen! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56704

Quarantined Ill At Ease: Covid-19 Allstars Quarantined Ill At Ease Sonja Pacho and Stephanie Parker showcase their favorite stand up comedians from their Ill At Ease IRL and Quarantined Ill At Ease Virtual Open Mics. Local Philadelphia comedians as well as comedians met along the way during lockdown with share their infectious humor with everyone in the ether. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56743

Sketch Buffet: A Sketch Comedy Showcase

Squat Squad

Walking with Charles: stand-up en-route

Crossroads Comedy Theater Broadway isn't fully open yet, but that doesn't mean you can't see a Broadway-style show! Crossroads is excited to welcome a guest performance by Thank You Places: An Improvised Musical. This independently produced improvised show is a one-hour musical spawned from a single audience suggestion! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56753

Charles Blyzniuk Take a walking tour with comedian Charles Blyzniuk through various neighborhoods in the city. Topics include stuff the group walks by, as well as what Charles has been thinking and writing that day. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/50323

Crossroads Comedy Theater Study Hall is finally back live on stage! Now in its 7th year, Study Hall invites guests from a variety of professions to present lectures on a topic from their field. After each lecture a cast of Philly's funniest performers will use what they've learned to improvise hilarious scenes on the spot! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56702

yurodivy Nick Gillette Improv An improvised night of comedy from three holy fools. An uproarious celebration of the wisdom and lunacy of these modern village idiots. Improv guru Nick Gillette, clown-poet and performance art maven Alexandra Tatarsky, and physical theater artist absurdist Aram Alan Aghazarian. Live music by Fred Brown. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55809


Thank You, Places: An Improvised Musical

Study Hall: Comedy Inspired By Lectures


Crossroads Comedy Theater It's like Saturday Night Live, but it's Friday, it's live right in front of you, and Alec Baldwin is nowhere to be seen! Come check out some of Philly's best sketch comedy groups put up an hour of sketch comedy hilarity you won't see anywhere else! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56711

Squat Squad Join Tommie, Sonja, Bino and Agnes as they get their big break on late night TV! Watch as these earnest and goodhearted scammers discuss their misadventures of habitually hatching hairbrained schemes to literally keep the decaying Victorian mansion's roof over their heads. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56744


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10 Recalling-20



Ashlea Sovetts & Alexandria Nunweiler 10 stories. 2 dancers. 1 year. This work dissects the human experience from ten different perspectives over the course of one year. Spanning from ages 4 to 85, 10 Recalling-20 captures the emotions of these individuals' daily lives including the despair, the isolation, the chaos, the love and the light. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56066

Mariana Valencia In this solo performance, Mariana Valencia pays homage to the work of artists of Mexican descent—from East LA collective Asco to Mexican pop culture icons Don Ramon, El Chavo, and Maria Felix. Like New York’s experimental dance history, these pop cultural icons have informed her work, and are evoked in a swirling atmosphere of influence. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56470

Nichole Canuso Dance Company Two solo audience members connect in virtual space from opposite sides of the city. Through the use of live-feed technology, participants are guided through a movement duet and conversation with a stranger in another room, known only in this fleeting digital space. Being/With is a meditation on separation and connection, loss and embodiment and the power of listening. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56143

The Case for Invagination #3

Dance of the Lanternfly

Dance Voices

Dominique Ellis Dance movements are slowed down to interpret a lanternfly in motion through 24 poses of a second in time. Think Stanley Kubrick meets Eadweard Muybridge, as Philadelphiabased artist Dominique Ellis metamorphosizes to become larger-than-life. This is 2021: A Lanternfly Odyssey. You may spot the lanternfly throughout Historic Old City where Fringe Arts began 25 years ago. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/54876

Dancefusion Dancefusion presents Dance Voices featuring the revival of excerpts from Mary Anthony's historic work Gloria (1967) set to the music of Francis Poulenc. The program will also include two new works by company members Omar Frederick Pratt and Jennifer Yackel, and will collaborate with other regional dance artists. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56557

Nicole Bindler An invagination is a fold, a concavity, a feminist reimagining of space, not necessarily correlated with the anatomical vagina. Why invaginate?? 1) Feels good. 2) Try something new? 3) Your cells will love it! 4) Intussuscept the patriarchy. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56418

Dawn States Dance Company

The Engine

Lindsey Huster to inhabit; to come back to Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/50299

Expansions Presents: Bridging the Distance


Expansions Contemporary Dance Ensemble We continue and expand our journey in 2021. Bridging the Distance is an interactive dance video walking tour. Audience members will follow a map with destinations in Mt. Airy, Germantown, and North Philly, where QR Codes are placed. Complete the journey, while experiencing the moving choreography of Expansions Contemporary Dance Ensemble. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56331

Galumpha With quirky choreography, an assortment of odd props, and lifts that defy gravity and even reason, Galumpha will keep your pulse up and your mind struggling to figure out which of the three is lifting the other two. Winner of the Moers International Comedy Arts Prize, Galumpha will lead you on a fastpaced adventure that you'll not soon forget! $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56548


Asimina Chremos The Engine is a solo dance that imagines: What if my body was a locomotive engine? Taking place outdoors, under the moon, along a trail that used to be what the French call chemin de fer (iron path/railway), this performance invites each of us to wonder about what propels us and where we're headed. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55499


Megan Mazarick deprogram is a dance theater piece inspired by science fiction, gender politics, and video games. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56539


Dawn States Company Connection. Distance. Closeness. Direction. These are all words that have been part of the ongoing experience as a disabled person last year. In this piece, disabled dancers explore what those words mean to them, between each other, and in relation to the camera. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56477



Home in the Dark

JCWK Dance Lab Harvest Moon is a virtual music and dance collaboration exploring metaphors of the moon, lunar cycles, and Zoom as a compositional tool. Live streamed in conjunction with the astronomical calendar's Harvest Moon, the event will include audience/ artist engagement opportunities. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55960

Shannon Murphy Light falls on sparkling entrails. Insides exposed. We were here before or maybe the feeling of home, love, ecstasy seeps through porous walls. It's a constantly reforming display of portraits, collage, poetry, dance and music that reveals all that has been found and all that has been left behind. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/57399

L'Shana Tova! A Sweet Assembly

Morning, Afternoon, Evening

ARTIST HOUSE/Asya Zlatina + Dancers A work-in-progress for a 2022 premier, this celebration of the Jewish year in modern dance highlights a rich culture with music from various traditions, including Yiddish, Ladino, Mizrachi and more with a nod to folkloric flavor and dances as inspiration. Let this be a beautiful beginning to your sweet New Year 5782, which begins sundown on September 6. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/55182

Beth Jucovy/Dance Visions NY Morning, Afternoon, Evening brings to life the imagery and ideas inherent in an original lyrical and symbolic poem. This thought-provoking, holistic, interdisciplinary artwork depicts a journey following a river from its source in caves all to the way to the ocean with 8 dancers and an actor. Produced by Cannonball. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56018

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KCBC x KCBCII: Return to Müvment Klassic Contemporary Ballet Company Exploring the need, want, and happiness of doing what we love and focused on the beauty and simplicity that is dance and sharing it with those around us, Kimberly D. Landle's choreography builds and deconstructs the emotions and energy poured into our craft. The company is invigorating and powerful, all while giving its most intimate self to the audience. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55504

Motel Montana Gunnar Montana Gunnar Montana transports us once again, this time to Motel Montana, offering us a glimpse into what really goes on behind closed doors. An absurd explosion of unapologietc queerness, Motel Montana invites you to check in to a world full of free love, glitter and highheels. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56570

Myzrie House

On Buried Ground

Miryam Coppersmith What do you need to shed to feel free? During the pandemic, undressing became a near-daily solo artistic practice for me. In this performance, I'll share some of my findings through peeling/ shedding/stripping away. And yes, I plan to take off my clothes. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56722

PADA PRESENTS The Greatest Showman Pennsylvania Academy of Dance Arts PADA takes on their first Fringe Festival with their rendition of The Greatest Showman. Under the direction of Kimberly D. Landle and Pamela Sterner, the students navigate through a beautifully crafted film taking on the characters and storyline. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55505

Nanay Ani/ MalayaWorks Dance Nanay (Tagalog for mother) is a site-specific dance performance honoring mothers and Lolas (grandmothers) as integral to Filipino migration histories. Premiering during the Philadelphia Fringe Festival 2021, Nanay will unapologetically exhibit a mapping of our ancestral memories through an embodied storytelling performance. Event will begin with a dance procession ending with an interdisciplinary performance. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56023

The Philadelphia Matter Screening at Neighborhood House Christ Church Preservation Trust An in-person screening of the dance film The Philadelphia Matter 1972/2020 in the Neighborhood House. Featuring 30 local dancers who performed recorded material during the pandemic. One of the highlights of the 2020 Fringe Arts Festival. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/57111


Emily Bate, Shayla-Vie Jenkins Emily Bate and Shayla-Vie Jenkins each present new meditations in the Christ Church Burial Ground. These pieces, sited in one of the oldest resting places in Philadelphia, consider grief and communal gatherings of public healing. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/57110

Naked Dances from my Basement


Myzrie House Two people are thrust into a mysterious cell together. Why are they there? Is anyone outside of the room? Can they escape? Are they friends? More than friends? Enemies? And just what's the deal with the ominous doomsday clock? Mark Wong and Nicole Burgio invite you in to a room of dance, theater, and action. Welcome to Myzrie House. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56455




shared spaces / distant voices OhOK Performance Group Four solo dance works by Berlinbased artists Whitney Casal, Britt Davis, Anna Rose, and Sofi Seta, each affected in some way by the coronavirus pandemic. These four women seek to share a multidimensional performance and intimate insights into their creative processes. This diverse yet well-rounded show cultivates a sense of positive reflection, community support, and shared perseverance through the arts. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/55726

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Time Machine


Poético Dance Collective Join us for an immersive experience of time and chance! Time Machine invites viewers into an interactive space where past, present, and future merge. Dancers will generate personalized movement according to the capricious temperament of Time itself, and audiences will be invited to shape the piece in a game of chance! Also stay tuned for the streaming of Poppies, a dance film inspired by Mary Oliver. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/55735

Speakeasy Go-go

Stellar / Rise

Thomas Choinacky Basements and alleys, sweat and laughter. Indulge yourself in tiny pleasures. "Dance machine" Thomas Choinacky welcomes you into a sensorial disco with music by Saint Manifest. This is no smoke and mirrors. Euphoric feelings await you. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56461

Kyle Marshall Choreography Stellar is a dance film of speculative fiction inspired by afro-futures, the echoes of jazz, and the stars within us. Rise— performed live—is inspired by the shout traditions of the Black church, the transcendence of club music and holds the joy that dancing brings to our lives. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56469

we must already be dead

Wear Me Into Spring: a performance featuring taiko and dance

BREAKTIME we must already be dead is an experiment in the choreographic possibilities of an overhead projector. Different scenes utilize different techniques, from shadow puppetry to animation, with BREAKTIME alternating roles of operating the projector, performing before it, and performing with it in a disjointed dreamscape, unified by obsolete machinery. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/57114

Casual Fifth Taiko and Dance Wear Me Into Spring is a multi-disciplinary performance combining duets and ensemble pieces of dance and taiko. In addition to a video, Wear Me Into Spring will be adapted as a live performance as a part of Cannonball. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55746

Why we dance


Vivid Ballroom and My Dance Film, co-produced by Lana Rossi and Renata Sheppard Four short documentary films follow the journey of ballroom students Dara Donolow, Thomas Barr, Sabrina Macchia and Steve Frey, each with a unique story to tell. Follow their journeys in the fabulous ballroom community and who knows, you might find yourself ready to dip your feet into the wonderful world of dance and movement! A short lesson and Q and A will follow the screening. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56629

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An Artist Conversation

Fixed Gaps

The Women's Film Festival TWFF is excited to present our 3rd Fringe Festival program with Animation Nation III. A compilation of animated films featuring a range of styles and topics. From the colorful & heartwarming Luz to the dark, harrowing world of Incidents, we give you a taste of our best in animation. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56569

Brian Shapiro Band With a new album on the horizon, the Brian Shapiro Band showcases not just their musicianship, but their journey as artists. This universal messaging about what it is to be an artist will be front and center in this docu-story that focuses on the bigger meaning of "why?" that all artists explore. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55059

Scot J. Wittman An independent film shot on location mostly in greater Philadelphia, the artwork stars local dance talents. Initially quiet and intimate, the artwork grows in dimensions of choreography and harmony. It is a celebration of different artforms, of relationships, and of life. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54790

Incredible Dreamz Presents: Friendship Movie Club II


We Are More Than We Know

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Animation Nation III


Incredible Dreamz Incredible Dreamz invites you to another exclusive pajama party movie night. We'll gather in our Zoom living room and watch a new round of "rented" VHS movies written, directed, and starring the cast of Incredible Dreamz. If last year's videos got you sloppy, this year's will get you slurpy. You bring your finger and we'll bring the bowl of warm water. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54811

Yellow Bicycle Collective A revenge attack on an LA mosque gives way to a journey into the self when a former Marine joins a writers circle in an effort to write his manifesto. A film by Joshua Crone, starring Gabriel Miller Schwalenstocker and Varda Appleton. Coproduced by Rudimental Media. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56486

Justin Tyner Revealing insights into the relationship between spirituality and creativity, Justin Tyner's first short film will be screened accompanied by a poetry performance and dynamic stained glass visuals. A mystical system will be explored. A hidden surreal world, where creative energy is brought to life. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54740

Black Box Yellow Bicycle Collective One year later. Twin beams of light replace the Towers. A dancer visits her late husband's station, sparking an affair. A fireman hides from his wife and himself. His son struggles alone, caught between an army recruiter and an uncle obsessed with the missing black boxes. A tragicomedy by Joshua Crone. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56192

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IMMERSIVE/INTERACTIVE 2021 Fringe Festival 22

10 x 10 - Walk Around Philadelphia

Art Room Outdoors: REAP What You Show

JJ Tiziou Join JJ's epic perimeter pilgrimage and discover the city by walking its edges... This year's iteration of Walk Around Philadelphia comprises ten ~10 mile segments: you can do just one day or several. Join a scheduled group, organize your own, and/or participate in the final reportback event. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56549

Leah Stein Dance Company You're invited to an outdoor event at the Art Room Studio in South Philly! Mingle, participate in guided improvisational scores, see LSDC's archival and current work on film in celebration of our 20th anniversary and enjoy the launch of our re-envisioned REAP residency program. Performances by REAP artists food, drink, and dancing throughout the event. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56723

Child Support


Camden Rep Child Support: A Game Nobody Wins $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55271

creativeWorks.io Join us in the first salvo in the war to create culture worth warring over. Volume one of the earth shattering new creative journal, creativeworks.io is here for Fringe Fest '21. Come for this vaguely exciting promo, stay for sights you've never seen, words never before uttered. All bets are off, we're past the event horizon, and superlatives are a hoax. YOU have to act now. Drive your finger trains to creativeWorks.io.. or stay in this boring dimension... we could care less! Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/55689

The Birth of Jawn: Exploring Philly with a King Jawn Wooders Follow in the footsteps of Jawn Wooders, drag king and "Philly's Finest Person, Place, or Thing", as he walks home after his first drag set - just as the pandemic arrives. Jawn will guide you on a real-life/digital journey from the 9th St. Market to the Gayborhood in this immersive audio experience. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56426

Cvlt of Jawn Occult Salon Cvlt of Jawn A magickal evening exploring occult themes through art and practice. Works by "The AntiChrist of Photography" William Mortnesen on display, supported by a curated selection of modern and local artists. Join us, explore the exhibit, indulge in libations, and be immersed in our rituals. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56360


Dead Flowers Avant-garde performance ensemble Dead Flowers Circus Sideshow presents a veritable filth olympics. Mind and gender-bending spectacle, entertainment guaranteed. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56187

Brian Sanders' JUNK Jasmine Zieroff, co-creator of the erotic 2012 Fringe hit RUB deals another blow. Get hot, heavy, and hard for art. Homoerotica cabaret lounge style with booze, parking lot tiki kitsch, and Blow Pops at the Candy Bar. Sit back and indulge while “experienced” rule breakers steam up your glasses and tear down your ideals. ALL MALE, Hosted by Lil Sweetie. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56354

How Many Times


Inter Terrestrial

Leah Friedman, Roy Aizen, Jesse Antonoff, Jake Pettit As a result of this pandemic, each of us have had our structures dismantled to different degrees; while some have adjusted by staying the same, others have reinvented the structure of their day-to-day. We are presenting a digital chooseyour-own experience that considers the cycle of breaking and re-adapting, thinking about what it looks and feels like to move towards new or revert to old structures within ourselves. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/55040

Yannick Trapman-O'Brien "What would you do if you won the lottery?" In this hands-on theater-thought-experiment, you might find out. In exchange for sharing their plan for spending the big prize, participants receive a real lottery ticket. They probably won't hit the jackpot, but they might - and "Might" has a story to tell. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/55624

Die-Cast Where does humanity belong in the hierarchy of the natural world? Are we a virus or is that some nonsense? Die-Cast will spend three weeks in residency at a 450 acre state park to create a site-specific installation. Fringe visitors can explore the physically dynamic performances and visual installation through a digital immersive experience. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56738

It Gets Worse But Then.... Theatre Company A stairway by water, a secret garden, and a glimpse at the Fae Wilds. Found is a scavenger hunt for Philadelphians searching for magic. Guided by online clues, audience members will find QR codes within coffee shops, parks, and more. They'll then hear audio scenes of fairy life in Philadelphia. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56560


Dr Livingston Presents RUB HARDER


Dead Flowers Circus Sideshow


IMMERSIVE/INTERACTIVE 2021 Fringe Festival 24

Into the Absurd: A Virtually Existential Dinner Conversation The Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium The IRC dinner bell rings at 5pm Saturdays as we gather at the dinner table with creators and colleagues in Philadelphia and around the world. We're serving the dish on creating art, living life, and the existential challenges we contemplate in this brave new world. Join us with your appetite for creativity and conversation! Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/49617

Lovers and Madmen: Visions of A Midsummer Night's Dream Forgotten Lore Theatre w/ Lone Brick Theatre Company Something wicked stirs in the forest outside Athens where Shakespeare's magical worlds collide. In this darkly comic, immersive adaptation of the Bard's beloved comedy, a foreboding shadow is cast over the follies of would-be lovers, wannabe actors, and honest-togod fairies. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/50028

Journey to the Kingdom of Hypnos

Life Traveler

Spectacle & Mirth Do you remember the way to Sleep, Dear Ones? The goddess of Memory invites you on a journey to the Kingdom of Hypnos. But beware, in this Underworld the River of Oblivion is spilling over her shores, threatening your Waking. Follow the sparks, find the Others. *This immersive AUDIO ONLY experience is best through headphones.* $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56666

Jody Oberfelder Projects Life Traveler is a performative walking piece, subtle, intangible yet emotionally moving. A solo performer traverses a bridge interacting with pedestrians physically and verbally, giving each person a one-on-one performance, a chance to pause and reflect on their presence and journey as they cross the bridge, building bridges, connecting with history, time and place with each step. Photo: Paula Court $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56403


New World Rising!

Cirque du Nuit/Alterra Cirque du Nuit/Alterra presents Mixtape: a curated blend of immersive, interactive, and unique entertainment! Every night is different, with performances ranging from aerial circus to investigatory theatre to interactive clown burlesque. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/57501

Lupine Performance Cooperative It is 2022. Corporate corruption and political posturing threaten to destroy the planet. Tired of half measures, you have joined an "eco-terrorist" cell with sights on a local target. Audio from your comrades guides you on an immersive journey through the city, where you decide how far you'll go. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/50492

Portrait in Blood

Gabrielle Revlock Nuptial Blitz explores the visual tropes and clichés of contemporary wedding photography by inviting audience volunteers to pose alongside the artist as her partner. The evening presents a playful and irreverent challenge to heteronormativity while democratizing images of love. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56717

Dead Flowers Circus Sideshow Portrait in Blood is a raw, live performance art experience that features body art, performance art and ritual. Not for the faint of heart. Dead Flowers brings some of its most shockingly beautiful acts to the stage for one night only. Art with a POINT. This is an 18+ event. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56458

Saving Wonderland

The Sculpture Gallery

TFD Talks

Seize the Show What happened to Wonderland after Alice returned home? In this innovative, interactive adventure, you are plunged back down the rabbit hole where the familiar turns peculiar in a race to find missing gears, restore Wonderland, and save the day. With numerous endings, your live choices control the story to turn back the hands of time over and over again. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55547

Innovative Juggler A reclusive sculptor & his curious apprentice are almost ready for their exhibition. They've commissioned the help of a tenacious curator to present their peculiar juggling contraptions. But things start to go wrong! Help them rebuild these striking, kinetic sculptures to complete the exhibit. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55834

Brian Feldman Projects On the last three Wednesday nights of September, The Feldman Dynamic (wsg Mitzi the dachshund) invites you to join them for dinner over FaceTime. Thank you for coming to "a play in which the members of a real family have dinner together and talk about the problems they are facing." - The New York Times $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54700


Nuptial Blitz

Jeremyboss28 YOU'RE INVITED TO MY WORLD! Nothing is secret. Please fill in the prompt "I was a...". The deeper the better! Write it down and bring it with you. Follow FB: Jeremyboss28 $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54952


Nothing happens


2021 Fringe Festival


Tree Confessions


This Is Not A Theatre Company Trees talk! In a landmark study, a scientist learned everything about how trees communicate. - Or did she? One tree tells the story of what really happened, reminding us that human beings and plants live in one interconnected ecosystem. Presenting the world's first play told entirely from the point of view of a tree. To experience this site-specific audio play, find a tree near you, sit under it (or nearby), press play, and listen to the tree's confessions. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/54407

#txtshow (on the internet) Brian Feldman Projects Nearing the end of a 12-country, 35-city, 175-show virtual world tour (during a global pandemic), performance artist Brian Feldman brings his critically acclaimed, awardwinning project back to the Philadephia Fringe Festival for "An experience unlike anything in live theater." - DC Metro Theater Arts $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/50176


The Zoomousity

Brian Feldman Projects Exploring friendship through one-hour video chats, only 20 people can take part in these one-on-one experiences (one per day), hanging out over FaceTime with award-winning performance artist and actor Brian Feldman (#txtshow, Dishwasher, Wawa® Shabbawa). In times like these, it's good to have a VFF. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54511

The Gorgeousity Set sail for an epic adventure across the vast depths of your astonishing imagination. Dance with fantastical beasts! Chill with stoner demi-gods! Unearth the neglected magic of your everyday life. The Zoomousity is a gently immersive, online, improvised adventure - guided by 2 ancient (but, wellpreserved) Greek muses of art, and starring YOU. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56284

Unravel Spektra Pulse Swirling your drink, you overhear the bartender cursing. "Dead, DEAD. How could this have happened...."Your ear perks up. You always were a sucker for eavesdropping. The leather stool next to you exhales as someone takes a seat. "Thanks for meeting me. Um...here's the dossier." A body was found, mutilated, and abandoned in a nearby apartment. With only the crime scene and the accounts of your partner, find out what you think happened. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56770

Irina learns guitar and songwriting

at Cannonball OVERBOARD! is Cannonball's nightly offering of music, cabaret, side show, circus, storytelling, strange anthems to toaster ovens and ecstatic participatory rituals that will be sure to be the perfect end to your night at the Fringe. Located in the beautiful Maas Garden Bar, check out the Cannonball website for more information. https://www. thealmanac.us/cannonball Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56726

A Patchwork of Stories for GrownUps

ReVisioning the Arts Podcast

Water On The Pier

Patchwork: A Storytelling Guild The magic of storytelling is brought to life by members of Patchwork: A Storytelling Guild in a showcase extravaganza. Appropriate for General audiences. Running Time: TBA $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/50447

Julia Brandenberger, Rogue Theology ReVisioning the Arts focuses on inclusivity and egalitarianism. The show has two primary aims: offering strength and encouragement to struggling artists and dreaming up new models that support as many people as possible in making their art. Listen in for conversations on resilience, tenacity, and philosophical soul tending. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/54983

Irina Varina Proceed at your own risk. The performer has like 4.5 months of experience and set up this public showing as an accountability thing. Also to yak about inconvenient dreams, nagging impulses, public failure, pleasure, and the unknown. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56481

Roderick Coover - Adam Vidiksis - Nick Montfort Large-scale video and a massive soundscape running the length of Cherry Street Pier are driven by ebbs, flows, and forces of the Delaware River. 360 degree cellphone videos and maps tell stories of natural and industrial landscapes now facing catastrophic threats of climate change and contamination. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56217



Philly PACK An exploration of our collective human experiences from the past several months. Also a show about birds. We share a planet with them, they are always present in every part of our lives, but how often do we spend time with them? Join us for a dance-theatre-music show about processing, healing and observing. We are here together: us and the birds. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56741


Of A Feather


2021 Fringe Festival




Beardmobile Fall Love Tour The Bearded Ladies Cabaret Philly’s premier big gay truck hits the road again this September! Hosted by Samantha Rise, Anthony Martinez-Briggs, Jess Conda, Eric Jaffe, Cookie Diorio, John Jarboe, and Brett Robinson, this series of outdoor pop-up shows features Philly performers, community leaders, and residents in the communities where they live and work. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56144

THE FLOODS LIVE PERFORMANCE Roderick Coover - Adam Vidiksis - Nick Montfort Drummer Vidiksis leads musicians Blacksberg, Millevoi, Wells and Kirchoff performing to Coover's ever changing images, Montfort's text, in a grand spectacle of sound, video, poetry, facing climate-change through a kaleidoscopic voyage in marshes, cities and industrial wastelands of the Anthropocene. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55737

"Bon Appétit!" By Julia Child and Lee Hoiby (During a Pandemic!) Aurora Classical A comic culinary extravaganza that taps the wit and antics of one of America's best-loved television personalities, Julia Child, the mother-of-all-foodies! Imagine what would happen if SHE had to do her show during the Pandemic! That's this show, a one woman opera by Lee Hoiby. This is a virtual only encore presentation of our Fringe 2020 show! $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/50201

Ghost Town: The Musical - A Concept Album milkmouth productions Olive lives in Mars, NE, mourning her mother's death. She and her girlfriend plan to move away - until Olive meets her town's ghosts, preserved only by slivers of memory others possess of them. Olive finds herself stuck, wondering - Is honoring the memory enough if you're not there to relive it? $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56226

Casual Fantastic: Good Things Casual Fantastic Enjoy a musical brew of rock n roll, parlor pop, lounge punk, and backcountry noir with visual landscapes. In this concert of storytelling songs of good and bad things, whiskey and The Dollar General, Casual Fantastic navigates life's darkness with sly humor-and life's joys with an eye on the exit. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56554

Honky Tonkin' - A Country Music Show REV Theatre Company Yee haw! This lil' ol' shindig puts the hoot in hootenanny with classic retro hits from Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Hank Williams and more! Don't miss this hoedown for a rootin', tootin' good time! "Superb!" - Philadelphia Inquirer "A show filled with nothing but highlights. GO!" - DC Metro Arts. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56541

Aurora Classical How Gilbert and Sullivan got us through lockdown! is a humorous look at a difficult time, sung by seasoned G&S performers who can tell you how the wit, humor and sheer beauty of their music is just what the doctor called for. Our lockdown story is told through Sullivan's music, a lot of Gilbert's text but a lot of our own textual liberties. Enjoy! $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56757

I Hope You Were Listening The Philadelphia Jazz Tap Ensemble What brings you here? Whatever it was: the thing that moved you to begin: to hear, to speak, to play, to start a journey - it's alive. This concert of tap dance, live jazz music, vocals, vocussion and original poetry explores the music and the Philly ties between McCoy Tyner, Bobby Timmons and John Coltrane. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/54792

The Perspective Collective

Aurora Classical A festival in remembrance of 9/11/01. Begining with a solem sharing of stories and music in the morning on the Schuykill River Trail and resuming in the afternoon at Trinity Center for Urban Life, the event will include concerts, poetry readings and story telling of our American experiences. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56747

The Perspective Collective "They will take our freedom from our cold dead hands..." Desperate to save their cause, an aging patriot and his ambitious spokeswoman turn to a suspiciously foreignsounding graduate student. This contemporary opera combines themes from America, Russia, love, politics, loyalty, and betrayal. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56375

Jennifer Blaine and Guests During the shutdown last year Jennifer Blaine began to write a musical, Mannequin. Even under enforced limitations, she discovered a new aspect of her creativity. We invite you to discover yours too. Join us for this interactive evening to playfully explore some Mannequin songs, themes from the musical, and sing together so we can animate once again. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56352

Portrait of a Lady Ravensong Concert Series presents SARAH CUNNINGHAM Is baroque style about formal elegance, or emotion and drama? All of the above! We've rediscovered performance practices, and found that music can be like impassioned and eloquent speech that can tell stories and paint pictures. Who is the lady in the picture? What story does she tell? $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56586


Our American Experiences

Invitation to Play: A Cabaret for the Musical Mannequin


How Gilbert and Sullivan got us through lockdown!



2021 Fringe Festival


Soundscape Visualz


Teyquil Skelton A performance body curated to evoke an emotion that introduces different stories intertwined through music. It takes you on a journey of sadness, anger, happiness, love and independence. It may remind you of a family member who passed, a time when the world was unkind, a love you no longer yearn for, or maybe you do. Humans connect to emotion in their own personal ways and somehow music can be the main ongoing engine that enforces it. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/57106

The Stronger and Saturn's Return Gemini Voice's Co. Help celebrate Gemini's journey around the sun with a double bill of Michael Dutka's The Stronger and a cabaret of Gemini's favorites! In this film adaptation of the opera The Stronger, follow the journey of a theatre star as she sees an old friend and has an epiphany about love and family. Then, stay tuned for a variety of songs from each of our themed shows from the past year. This is a must-not-miss event! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54682

Sun & Sea Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė, and Lina Lapelytė The premiere of this performance installation enthralled audiences at the 2019 Venice Biennale, earning it the much-coveted Golden Lion. Thirteen vocalists lounge on a bustling beach, offering up buoyant harmonies and melodic stories that glide between the mundane, the sinister, and the surreal. From the narrative emerges a piercing exploration of climate change and the complex relationship between people and our planet. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56146


About Ready

New Paradise Laboratories Whit MacLaughlin has been obsessed with Stéphane Mallarmé’s A Throw of Dice Will Never Abolish Chance since he first read it in 2012. Since then he took a bullet, gave up theater, left the country for a third time, and finally, in quarantine with an OCD diagnosis, attempted seven successive versions of the work. 707 Hazardous Moves wrestles with chance, details his complete defeat, and examines why he still hopes to unfail his failure. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56413

at Cannonball Batten down the hatches, hearties- these Cannonball works-in-progress are About Ready. Featuring short works, excerpts of new performances and the all the ideas that don't fit anywhere else, About Ready is the place to go to find something new. You decide if these ideas will sink or swim! Visit https:// www.thealmanac.us/cannonball for more. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56719

Adjust The Procedure



Spin Cycle & JCS Theater Company It's early Fall 2020 and the pandemic consumes a Manhattan university. Over the course of two conflict-ridden Zoom meetings, Adjust the Procedure gives audiences a rare peek into the business of higher education at a moment of multiple reckonings. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55839

Alter Ego Chamber Opera Alter Ego Chamber Opera is an emerging opera company performing intimate, experimental opera theatre. Alcina REVAMPED (music by Handel) has a brand new English adaptation by Alize Rozsnyai: baroque instrumentation meets 80s-style electronics and synthesizer, embracing themes of LGBTQ+ identity and love, magic, belonging, and forgiveness. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54751

Madison Weinhoffer We follow the journey of Friend, a lost being who cannot understand their emotions which has, to their confusion, caused their body to fragment. They need help in finding their way back to themselves. In order to learn the ways in which "we" feel, they will go on a sensorial exploration via the interaction of some new folks they meet along the way, in order to explore how our minds, create neurological connections through experience and memory. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/54485

Liz Zimmerman A 9/11 World Trade Center disaster witness explores the memories 20 years later. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/54768


707 Hazardous Moves


20 Years of 9-11: Memories of a Witness



Alice EgoPo Classic Theater You are invited to lavish Glen Foerd for the party of a lifetime. As festivities devolve into debaucherous bacchanalia, Alice and her sister hide from the adults, comforted by a bedtime story. The two worlds fuse into a topsy-turvy Wonderland as they seek out safety in a world without boundaries. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56736

Alternative Theatre Festival

Artifacts of No Consequence

iNtuitons Experimental Theatre The Alternative Theatre Festival is an annual event that highlights non-traditional stories in the dramatic arts. All plays are written, directed, and produced by students and celebrate the creativity of unconventional theater. This year's experiments include honeybuns, motherhood, and a musical. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56555

Jeff Evans Each act of remembering changes the memory. This interactive exploration and solo show invites you to an effort of self-construction and archivism. Not your own self, someone else's. Diaries, photos, relics surely, a decade's worth of these is enough to nail down some kind of brilliant revelation. It's got to be in here somewhere, right? $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56219


2021 Fringe Festival

As You Like It


Shakespeare on Tap Join best friends Rosalind and Celia as they escape to the forest of Arden in search of freedom, love, and the right to read a lot of silly shepherds. The actors talk to you, you can talk back, and drinking is encouraged. Shakespeare On Tap: Serious actors. No director. One rehearsal. At a bar. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56559

Baldwin and Buckley at Cambridge Elevator Repair Service In 1965, James Baldwin and William F. Buckley, Jr. debated the resolution “The American Dream is at the Expense of The American Negro” in a provocative and profoundly insightful confrontation. Performance ensemble Elevator Repair Service stages the debate verbatim with both 1965 and 2021 in mind, presenting the encounter as real, immediate, and of this moment. Photo by Maria Baranova. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56145

Bind Corinna Burns In 1993, Corinna Burns dropped out of college and moved into the city of Philadelphia. Then she went a little wild and took an unusual job. Bind is an exploration of how and why we sometimes choose to put ourselves at risk, physically and emotionally. This show contains explicit material. Ages 18 and up. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/55864

Changing My Major to Joan

Crossover: A New Pop Musical

Nique Content WINNER OF THE 2019 TAMPA BAY THEATRE FESTIVAL Reece, a struggling music student, decides to 'borrow' some ideas from the archived consciousness of a dead composer, but Theodore Price is irascible, forgetful - and hiding a critical secret. An award winning play exploring one composer's search for a symphony - even after death $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/52043

Dear Donald/Dear Hillary (Their Secret Correspondence)

Do No Harm

Sally Vahle and Bob Hess The play takes liberties, for laughs, with the biographies of the famous political rivals. What if Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are randomly assigned to be pen pals in second-grade and their correspondence continues through November of 2020? Put on your seatbelt, it's gonna be a ride! $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/54181

The Highland Lakes Players The Highland Lakes Players dramatize the assassination of Louisiana Senator Huey P. Long. Sebastian Garcia voices the alleged assassin Doctor Carl Weiss. Samantha Levine voices Vonnie, the wife of Doctor Weiss; Ida Pavy, his sister-inlaw; and Mrs. Guffey, Senator Long's appointments secretary. Raymond V. Whelan voices Senator Long. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/54794


Chelsea Cylinder and Danielle Moore Meet Crossover, the singing competition where contestants write and perform across all genres. When four women tie in the regionals, they reluctantly opt to compete in the nationals as a group. Featuring an all-new megamix score, Crossover shows that love between women is something to sing about. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/50358

The Consciousness

inFLUX Theatre Collective Welcome to the womb where it happens. Three women race against their biological clocks, asking the existential question: should we be having children? Comical, controversial and uninhibited, The Choice puts a woman's womb in your hands, asking you to decide - should she or shouldn't she? $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55279


Boris Dansberry Boris Dansberry explores the life and legacy of Joan of Arc using humor, masks, beans, angst, Frederich Shiller, and the trials and tribulations of the queer experience. The audience will take attention and maybe even take notes in the gay history class of your dreams, or perhaps, nightmares. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56713

The Choice


2021 Fringe Festival


Egg Tooth


Antony Bolante / TOBO Productions Ideas don't hatch. They break free. They push, struggle, and slash their way into the light of day. They use a guitar, a camera, a pen -- an egg tooth. An Orlando Fringe Patrons' Pick and named among the "Best of the Fringe" by the Orlando Sentinel, Egg Tooth is a feisty hybrid of live music, video, and theatrical storytelling. See what emerges. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56544

The Frog Prince & Other Favorite Stories Denise McCormack The Frog Prince & Other Favorite Stories joins the Philadelphia Fringe Festival from September 12 through October 3 for ondemand viewing. This show features traditional tales adapted and retold by master storyteller Denise McCormack. This familyfriendly program is intended for audiences of all ages. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56761

Gilligan Gigs Again Connor Hogan Do you suck at trivia? Find out at Gilligan Gigs Again, a trivia cabaret on radical selfacceptance. With your host Gilligan, you'll learn the answers to questions like: When was D-Day? What's that song I'm thinking of? And why are we so mean to ourselves? At this gig, everyone will know something! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54788

The Hazards of Love


The Holy Ground

The Hum'n'Bards Theater Troupe Margaret's chance encounter with a wounded fawn in the wild leads her on a dark, magical journey where she'll learn The Hazards of Love firsthand. Based on The Decemberists' acclaimed concept album of the same name, The Hum'n'bards have returned to Fringe to weave this tragic folk-rock opera. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56460

Mike Lemme Only attend if you want to take back control of your life. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54754

Irish Heritage Theatre The Irish Heritage Theatre presents Kirsten Quinn in Dermot Bolger's The Holy Ground, a play exploring loneliness and abandonment with a surprising and bitter end. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56142

I Know It Was The Blood: The Totally True Adventures of Newfangled Black Woman

It Doesn't Matter

Alzéi Barbéi One Drag Performance Spectacle $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56488

The Berserker Residents It Doesn't Matter is a show that will have a different title and a description in a couple weeks. If you've seen all of our shows, or none, or you just learned to read: it doesn't matter. We were exercising when we wrote this. Sponsored by T-Mobile. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56754

Mask Arts Symposium/ Open House

Mask Arts Symposium/ ArcheDream For Humankind/Blacklight Lecture and Demo.


Tara Lake In this award-winning sojourn embracing Southern Roots, Gospel Rhythms and LGBTQ Identity, one family's love conquers all. Actress, Soprano, and Storyteller Tara Lake presents an unforgettable performance of soul rich theatre. "A Tour de force of song, poetry and story" (NY Theatre Wire). $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/50477

Intergalactic Barbei


Love Unpunished

Mask Arts Symposium Our Open House is a culmination of our exploration of mask making, mask performance, storytelling with masks, and actor training. Our teachers and participants will share their work with you in a mask gallery, with demonstrations and short improvised mask performance pieces. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56369

Alan Bell ArcheDream for Humankind is a black light mask and dance theater company that uses archetypes as inspiration. Alan Bell, mask creator and founder of ADHK, will give a talk about his approach to creating archetypal masks, the techniques and style he uses, and why he created the company. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56370


Pig Iron Theatre Company A hypnotic movement-theater work about the thin line between life and death. Set on twenty feet of escape stairs, this mostly-wordless piece imagines the moments just before the collapse of the World Trade Center. Stumbling bodies move into a ghost world that is visually arresting, fragile and tender. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56414



Montreal Honeymooners


Norton I

Chutzpah! Theater Club Inspired by the classic board game and film, Clue, Murder Mesiba is a murder mystery with a Jewish twist. Come see if Ariana Gadol, Jewish-AmericanAmateur-Reporter (JAAR) has what it takes to find out WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT? $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56571

Giacomo Fizzano A "historical" musical, Norton I is the mostly-true tale of failedbusinessman-turned-Emperorof-the-United-States Joshua Norton and the 19th Century San Francisco in which he lived. This staged reading will bring a 21st Century lens to this love letter to Norton, this tirade against centrism, and, most importantly, this raucous Brechtian mess. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56562

Not I

Publik Private


Joyous Eddies House of Theater [Mark Lord + Catharine Slusar] A handful of audience members gather in an intimate space. A mouth, no, a woman, speaks— she utters a torrent of words, as searing and searching a text as Beckett ever wrote. With scalding intensity, the play clamors to discover: who are we when we are our whole selves when we speak and hear all of our voices in a moment—in their rages and echoes and misrememberings and deprecations and desires. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56147

Alma's Engine A handful of audience members gather in an intimate space. A mouth speaks—she utters a torrent of words: as searing and searching a text as Samuel Beckett ever wrote. Catharine Slusar stars. Mark Lord directs. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/55683

The Philadelphia Artists' Collective Royalty clashes with royalty in a duel of dominance as a group of actors take on the Great Speeches from the Great Plays. Epic rhetoric, power plays and violence in the streets as our heroes battle it out upon a bocce ball stage. The PAC returns to the Fringe with a crafty satire on how ultimate power ultimately corrupts. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56233

THE HIGHLAND LAKES PLAYERS Early October, 1970. One young married couple is renting an upscale home in one of Montreal's exclusive neighbourhoods. Unwittingly, they reside next door to another upscale home where the senior British trade commissioner has been kidnapped by terrorists. Inspector Clarence Wolfe eyes the couple with suspicion. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/54683

2021 Fringe Festival



Rhopalocera: a digital opera (New-work-inprogress)

Bronwyn Sims/ Artist name S.E.L.F. A virtual, interactive, autobiographical, roust about S.E.L.F.... MY- S.E.L.F. How does who we are and how we think about S.E.L.F. and how others perceive us affect who we are and how we function in the world? This virtual roust of S.E.L.F. will take you on a wild ride of reflection and meditation on who you think you are inside and out. Reflection Assumption Perception REALITY .. THE REALITY OF ONE'S S.E.L.F. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56137

Say It Ain't So

The Secretaries

Revolution Shakespeare In conversation with Macbeth, RevShakes-commissioned playwright Nikki Brake-Sillá brings us a new play (in workshop) -- Say It Ain't So weaves a tale of Sandra, an affluent Black woman, who attempts a hostile takeover of her husband's family dynasty. The play will bring into question -- What do we inherit? What past should we not pass on? $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56709

Allens Lane Theater It is 1994, and the small town of Big Bone, Oregon, is full of secrets. Patty is the new girl at the Lumber Mill, and she quickly finds herself in the midst of a mystery. This is a darkly hilarious satire of the cultural expectations forced upon women that is as sharp as a bloody chainsaw blade. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55006

Sewer Rats Sketch Night

L&P Productions As quarantine hits, a newly single person mistakenly receives a terrarium and several caterpillars. Containment and cocoon collide as metaphor and consequence in Rhopalocera: a digital opera. This piece was conceived during containment, as meditation through music and movement to ask: what are we becoming? Written by Laura Lizcano and Paul Deichmann. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/54923

Sewer Rats Productions Join us for an evening of sketch comedy from the comfort of your home! Three writers and four actors will bring you stories that will make you laugh and bring you joy! $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56424



The Stagecrafters Theater Everyone Has a Story to Tell. Ten Characters. Ten unique stories that take a darkly comedic look at the human condition. Journey through these touching, humorous, unusual and alluring tales, from the Pulitzer Prizewinning mind of John Patrick Shanley. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55005


Rogues' Gallery


THEATER 2021 Fringe Festival 38


Taft in the Tub

Whisper Theatre Collective Welcome to Shoop! THE spot for luxury packaging & shipping WORLDWIDE. We provide elite perks for our clients & their packages. Whisper Theatre Collective, a devising ensemble from Chicago, presents SHOOP, a farce exploring the happenings of this facility, the staff, & the parcels that pass through. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55527

The Void Theatre Collective President William Taft is stuck in the Presidential Bath. What a conundrum. What are we to do with an impressionable, powerful man who is stuck in such a precarious situation? Through songs, boxing matches, and bubbles, Taft In The Tub explores power and influence in the American Political system. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56720

Three Sisters

Twelfth Night

Hank Curry Following their father's death, the Prozorov sisters find themselves at a crossroads that will determine their family's future. This adaptation of the Chekov classic omits all but the title characters for a look at sibling rivalry and sisterly love employing mime, clown, and gender-bent casting. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54981

Indecorous Theatre Productions When Viola is shipwrecked in an unfamiliar land, they disguise themselves as a man setting off a chain of events that lead them, and everyone they encounter, on a journey to break the shackles of gender and sexuality that they have been held in for too long in this beloved Shakespeare comedy. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56703

Three Men In a Boat (To Say Nothing Of The Dog) Tony Lawton Solo performance of the comic novel by Jerome K. Jerome: three London pals rent a boat for a two-week row up the Thames. Hijinks ensue. Punctuated with rhapsodies on the splendor of nature, the glory and shame of English history, and the pathos of the human predicament. Design and direction by Thom Weaver. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55164

Unorthodox Methods of Cosmic Flight Anastassia Vertjanova What is escapism? What is home? How do you build a slingshot big enough to shoot yourself into the cosmos? Theatre meets visual installation in this production, inspired by Ilya Kabakov's work, The Man Who Flew Into Space from his Own Apartment. A comical journey of begrudging allies and a few Big Questions, this show guarantees a bit of paint and no helpful answers. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56480

The Wasp's Nest

Nick Jonczak &co The Church of Loneliness. A vintage cyberpunk cafe. Government-mandated sex talks with your dad. Each week, award-winning Philly playwrights present short, fresh plays that explore faraway places and radical themes about humanity's future. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55915

Paper Doll Ensemble Welcome to The Wasp's Nest, a devised sitcom-style presentation about a zany group of magical beings. A motley crew of Pearl, Fiorella, and unlucky Lucifer struggle with a seemingly simple task: what to do with a community garden? Spoiler Alert! It gets messy. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/55566

Wings Over Water- A Diasporic Bird Play

YOLO Feel So Young Don and Myrna have been married for 47 years. When their daughter sends them an "Alexa", their comfortable routine is disrupted. Told with playfulness and heart, YOLO is a story of technology, change, and connection in the modern world. YOLO is a poignant and entertaining all-ages play about how seniors wrestle with technology that evolves into a nostalgic and poetic story about how human connection is crucial in this age of technology. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/54704

Wild Women Of Planet Wongo The 60s sci-fi immersive musical Wild Women of Planet Wongo, a wacky B-movie inspired sci-fi comedy about a planet of Amazonian women who first encounter men when two bumbling astronauts crash on their planet, invades the Philadelphia Fringe Festival after successful productions in New York and Chicago. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/54685


Three Birds Flying Collective Wings Over Water is a diasporic bird play set in the liminal space of the ocean where Baby Bird meets 7 birds: Grandmother, Patriarchy, Anarchy, Blood, Party and Dream. Through the worlds of poetry, original live music, somatic movement and shadow puppetry, will Baby Bird find their way home? $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56188

Wild Women Of Planet Wongo




VISUAL ART 2021 Fringe Festival 40

11 Years at the Fringe

The Floods

Linda Dubin Garfield A retrospective of the Fringe exhibits done by Linda Dubin Garfield over the 11 years includes works by the artist as well as the workshop participants. Come walk down memory lane!! Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/56740

Roderick Coover - Adam Vidiksis - Nick Montfort A massive video experience (96x20ft) in the Crane Ice Box immerses spectators in a kaleidoscopic journey in marshlands and industrial wastelands of the Anthropocene now being transformed by floods. Combining video, music, and poetry, computers generate an extraordinary, foreverchanging spectacle. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/55161

Plein Air Guitar

Temporary Moments

Derek Ayres Arriving at conceptual watercolors... Banksy inserted a contemplative seated Nazi into a thrift store painting of a bucolic lake. There's that. As another pandemic shut-in, I decided to play a game: start with a Bob Ross instructional approach, twist it, modify and try to make something funny, maybe poignant. Try to make the synthetic sincere. Use an absurd, unreal circumstance to produce something real. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/54679

Temporary Moments Public art confronts us in our everyday environment. It reflects the times we live in and critiques our society. Currently, this project focuses on events in Seattle, WA in 2020 from the stay at home order through the racial justice protests. Artists painted across boarded up buildings to express the raw emotions of the community. Their messages through the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement resonate with us. Free RSVP ►FringeArts.com/55843

the in-between mark kennedy A durational dance art installation that explores naming the present, imaginary, and real in all its complexity. A ritual for right now, as we re-learn to congregate in spaces together. What is going on within and in-between us? All is allowed in the performer's improvisational score: grief, joy, curiosity, shyness, confusion, lostness, peace, stillness, escape. You are allowed to think and feel all you need to, too. You can stay as long as you'd like in the in-between. $ PWYC ►FringeArts.com/56730

Barbara Gegson During this 2-day workshop, you will make a plaster cast of your face, then a papier mache character or neutral mask from the cast. Next you will learn how to create a character with your mask and, using mime and movement, create a short masktheater piece. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/55015

Mask Arts Symposium/ Intro. to the Brahe Mask Method

Mask Arts Symposium/ Create a Neoprene (Industrial Latex) Clown Mask

Patricia Dominguez How does performing mask theater differ in blacklight vs. regular? Why use blacklight? These questions will be explored during the workshop with the director of ArcheDream for Humankind, Patricia Dominguez. The workshop will be a movement exploration in blacklight masks. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56371

Craig Jacobrown Participants will learn to 'read' masks for movement. After sketching the clown character, participants will complete a clay mask positive, pour a plaster negative on it, and pour on a latex positive. After curing, participants will pull, trim, add the band and paint their masks. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56222

Returning to Normal Through Improv


Crossroads Comedy Theater After 18 months of closures and work from home, the process of returning to "normal" is beginning. Come remember what it's like interacting with real humans in this one day improv workshop! Brush up on your social skills, learn the fundamentals of improv, and have some fun while you're doing it! $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56715

at Cannonball A series of workshops and masterclasses for artists, by artists, connecting our community to new ideas and sparking new connections. Featuring workshops in acrobatic dance, visual improvisation, Grotowski practice and more. Find out more at https://www. thealmanac.us/cannonball. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56768


Benjamin Bass The Brahe Mask Method utilizes techniques such as improvised mask exploration, Gabrielle Roth's 5 Rhythms, and Somatic Intuition. In this 3-day workshop students will be given multiple opportunities to confront, play, and, without judgement, explore and engage with aspects of their own humanity. $ Ticketed ►FringeArts.com/56212

Mask Arts Symposium/ ArcheDream for Humankind /Blacklight Mask and Movenent


Mask Arts Symposium / Casts, Masks and Play!



2021 Fringe Festival


Richard Vague, Chair Jennifer Bohnenberger, Vice Chair/Secretary Lisa P. Young, Treasurer Donald Baines Juliana Carter Mark Dichter Denise DiSimone Tony P. Forte David Hoffman Kevin Kleinschmidt Kathy Lentini David Lipson Tom Lussenhop Clement D. Pappas Jake Reardon Darryl Ridgeway Michael Solomonov Stephen Starr Nick Stuccio Max Tuttleman Paul Wright

Nick Stuccio, President & Producing Director Melissa E. Bridge, Director of Finance Amy Kurzban, General Manager Zach Blackwood, Artistic Producer Marissa Both, Box Office Manager Anna Buller, FEASTIVAL Development & Event Coordinator Margaux Cattelona, Finance Associate Claire Frisbie, Marketing and Communications Director Alexa Teves Mani, Office Manager/HR Assistant Joanne Marder, Senior Director of Development Keighty McLallen, Director of Production Zoe McNichols, Associate Producer Mary Menchel, Client Services Manager Kelly Orenshaw, Associate Production Manager Isabella Raposa, Marketing Manager April Rose, Independent Artist Program Manager Carolyn Schlecker, Senior Adviser Operations Evelyn Swift Shuker, Master Electrician 2021 FRINGEARTS INTERNS Siani Beckett Sarah Bhalla Maria Dragone Kaela Dudek Anna Fiscarelli-Mintz Courtney Giugliano Kevin Grace Jamie Hafner Ryan Henry Ayouni Kromah Haven Ogbaselase Abi Sanie Joey Tabasco

FringeArts Staff + Board + Interns



Pete Woolsey, Owner Tyler Romano, Executive Chef Liz Boleslavsky, General Manager


2021 Fringe Festival




Johanna Austin Beth Blinebury Bobbi Block Katherine Borden Bryan Buttler Leah Appleton Benjamin Brown Sabrina Carter Paul Cheng Cherry Street Pier Color Reflections Katy Dammers Jess DeStefano Sarah Eberle Jim Everts Linda Furia Holiday Inn Express Penn’s Landing Jeff Maki Marty Maynard Masters Group Design Metcalfe Design Nicholas Jonczak Danny Orendorff Orlando Pelliccia Chris Perkin, Eventotron Asher Schlusselberg Raina Searles Jennifer Shorstein Mark & Martha Tomlinson Richard W. Thom, AIA


Special thanks to Michael Betman Mike Brairton Anna Buller Paul Buller Robert Carachilo Sabrina Carter Nicole Cashman Mark Dichter Joseph Gualtieri Ben Filleccia Mia Fioravanti Danielle Gartnemayer Devon Kelly Jeremy Kucholtz Michele Lamm David Lipson Susannah Mauro Tricia Maloney Joanne Marder Carly Marlinez Mike O’Brien Jake Reardon Mike Solomonov Stephen Starr Nick Stuccio Dave Todaro Richard Vague Peter Woolsey & the Entire FringeArts Staff

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