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Beautiful Day in Your Neighborhood Fringe: Old City

Posted September 21st, 2013

If anything screams Old City, this picture is it!

If anything screams Old City, this picture is it!

The final weekend of the 2013 Fringe Festival is here. Is your energy up? Because in each neighborhood, the fest is still going strong. Here’s what’s going on in Old City.

Classical Indian dance? We’ve got Bharathanaatyam covered, at lest, with Naatya Seva’s Shringara Rasa, The Emotion of Love, tonight at 6:30 pm and tomorrow at 2:30 pm at Twelve Gates Arts, 51 North Second Street. $10.

Nicole Canuso’s The Garden is sold out. Sorry.

Can a dancing Republican and a non-dancing non-Republican get along? You can find out in Ballroom Dancing Ain’t For Lovers. Last performance is tomorrow at 8:00 pm, at Society Hill Dance Academy, 409 South 2nd Street. $15.

Opening and closing today is a lesson in freedom through Emancipation Sweet, a Play with Music. Tonight only at Society Hill Playhouse, 507 S. 8th Street. 5:00 pm is pay-what-you-can, 8:00 pm is $20.

Tomorrow Eric Singel brings you the sure-to-be-funny and hyper-punned Looking for Uranus: Starzina Starfish-Browne’s Comeback Tour at Cafe Nola, 414 South 2nd Street, for a last look tomorrow at 7:00 pm.

The very-well reviewed production of two of Eugene O’Neill’s earliest plays winds down its run as The Sea Plays tonight with performances at 8:00 and 10:00 pm, and tomorrow and Monday at 8:00 pm, at the Tall Ship Gazela, Columbus Boulevard at Market Street. $15-$20.

Charly Evon Simpson takes a look at the woman in her through The Women in Me, closing tonight at the Vivant Art Collection, 60 North 2nd Street, 7:00 pm. $10.

Found Theater Company, always innovative, closes its run of This Is The Twilight Kingdom at Painted Bride Art Center, 230 Vine Street, tonight and tomorrow at 8:00 pm. $15.

–Nicholas Gilewicz