Scratch Night: December
Monday, December 1
A smorgasboard of what’s new and what’s next on the Philadelphia arts scene. A sampling of promising works-in-progress by local artists. Your insider look at the future of performance.
FREE / Suggested donation
Holiday Revue Special by Brian Sanders JUNK
A preview of Sanders’ annual fun-filled family holiday program, which celebrates 20 years of joyous fun and creativity with hits from nationally touring children’s show “SKINK”, critically acclaimed Fringe productions, and previews of new works.
The Multiplicity of Me by Shannon Murphy and Michele Tantoco
This new, improvisational score for dance and text explores how Shannon and Michele change or liken themselves to one another within social constructs and the violence and grace visible in making changes.
Untitled School Project (Not the Real Title) by The Berserker Residents
Fresh from a smash-hit run of The Post Show at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe, The Berserkers are embarking on a new project for Fall 2015. They’ve been in the studio talking about schools, teachers, gurus, and have been interviewing 5-year olds as potential playwrights for this piece.
Taco Jesus (a study for Leaps of Faith) by Almanac
Almanac returns from three weeks of intensive acrobatic training in Montreal with more questions than answers. This piece combines cultural reflections with hand-to-hand acrobatics that are nearly impossible to execute. Conviction is not limited only to faith, but applies to choreography, physical challenges, fear, and food.