The Philadelphia Artists' Collective returns to the Philadelphia FringeArts Festival with a hauntingly beautiful site-specific work by the famous author of Peter Pan. Mary Rose, by J.M. Berrie, will be presented both inside the historic and ornate mansion - and outside under the stars in the cemetery itself. The show runs for a total of 12 performances through September 22, 2018.Read More
Fresh off of four Barrymore Award nominations, Philadelphia Artists’ Collective returns with The Captive by Edouard Bourdet, from September 1 through 20, 2015, during the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival. This well-mannered tragedy will tackle issues of sex, domesticity and class manners. Deeply controversial in its time, productions of this 1926 play were censored, and its producers and actors jailed.The Captive will be produced inside Society Hill’s Physick House at 321 S. 4th Street. The historic townhouse in fact will be the perfect co-conspirator as the secrets and heated private moments unfold. The PAC co-founder Dan Hodge directs the talented cast led by well-known Rachel Brodeur and newcomer Chase Byrd.
The Captive starts previews on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 and opens on Thursday, September 3, 2015. The show runs for a total of 14 performances through Sunday, September 20, 2015. All shows are at 8:00pm. Tickets are on sale for $25 (or $20 with student identification or under 25) by calling (215) 413-1318 or visiting www.fringearts.com/event/the-captive.Read More
Brat Productions brings back last year’s hit “Eternal Glamnation” for a two show run on Sundays, September 8 and 15, 2013, at 8:30 PM, at Underground Arts (12th and Callowhill). Conceived by and featuring newly minted Artistic Director Jess Conda, this glam rock fantasia is a story about finding your true self underneath the glittery shadows. Enjoy a wild ride during a high-octane, rock-and-roll, nostalgic tribute to spandex, camp and alien life forms. With all the flamboyance and outrageousness of its era, Glamnation covers all the greats from Bowie, Queen, T. Rex, Lou Reed, Nick Cave and more. After Glamnation, stick around for a drink at the FringeArts Festival Bar and take in a show during the Late Night Cabaret. Tickets are $10 by visiting bit.ly/eternalglamnation, or $15 at the door.Read More