Relive the Memories with These Past FringeArts Videos
If you’re anything like us, you miss grabbing a drink at La Peg and sliding into a seat in the FringeArts theater. All’s not lost. Settle in and relive a few FringeArts memories with these videos of past presentations.
Winding through a South Philly neighborhood, Úumbal: Nomadic Choreography for Inhabitants is an ambulatory dance performance wholly created by the people of this city and enacted by residents representing its diverse population. First developed in Mexico City by choreographer Mariana Arteaga, Úumbal made its U.S. premiere as part of the 2019 Fringe Festival. Follow and dance along with Úumbal below.
For the 2012 Fringe Festival, FringeArts and choreographer Sylvain Émard assembled 200 local dancers of all ages and backgrounds to show off the talent, charisma, and personality of Philadelphia. Six years later, Émard returned to Philadelphia to create an even bigger, better, more electric performance with Le Super Grand Continental. Relive the fun here.
Jenn Kidwell, Scott Sheppard, and Lightning Rod Special’s, Underground Railroad Game opened in the 2015 Fringe Festival before moving to New York for an Off-Broadway run. Two young fans of Underground Railroad Game, besties Noelle and Julian, perform a piece from the show and share their experience.
Pig Iron Theatre Company used its highly physical performance style to ignite one of Shakespeare’s most wicked comedies with their 2013 rendition of Twelfth Night. Peek into the rehearsals with the Twelfth Night band here.