June 4–8, 2019
Team Sunshine Performance Corporation (¡BIENVENIDOS BLANCOS! or WELCOME WHITE PEOPLE!) reunites The Sincerity Project cast for the third installment in an ambitious 24-year experiment that offers a new devised theater work every two years. A meditation on the passage of time that draws from the real lives of its creators, THE SINCERITY PROJECT #3 (2019) explores the implications and challenges of aging, shifting expectations and identities, and how we all—as individuals and a culture—change, respond, evolve, and fail.
Performer/Creators Aram Aghazarian, Benjamin Camp, Rachel Camp, Makoto Hirano, Mel Krodman, Mark McCloughan Director/Creator Alex Torra
Run Time: 100 minutes
$150 Six-Show Package / $120 for members*
15% off tickets to 3-5 performances / 30% off for members*
All subscribers receive free ticket exchanges and reduced fees.
$31 general / $21.70 members*
$15 students and 25-and-under
$2 FringeACCESS members
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Feature photo by Jen Cleary
About Team Sunshine Performance Corporation
Since its founding in 2010, Team Sunshine Performance Corporation has created an eclectic array of performance works and interactive community-gathering events. Ranging from theatrical duets to massive, outdoor spectacles, the company’s body of work blends the social with the artistic, creating opportunities for people to come together and revel in the pleasures and difficulties of our collective contemporary experience. Team Sunshine returns to FringeArts after last spring’s hit ¡BIENVENIDOS BLANCOS! or WELCOME WHITE PEOPLE!
Happy Hour on the Fringe
On this episode of Happy Hour on the Fringe, listen to Team Sunshine Performance Corporation artist Benjamin Camp discuss getting older with his four year old daughter Sydney, featuring some dynamic costume change, talk of birthday parties and a rendition of Let It Go from Frozen. Read the full transcript on the FringeArts Blog or listen below.
High Pressure Fire Service
A Presentation Series for Philadelphia Artists
High Pressure Fire Service (HPFS) takes its name from FringeArts’ historic building, the first high pressure pump house in the country. Opened in 1903, the station pumped water from the Delaware River to fire hydrants across Philadelphia, connecting the city and helping it grow and thrive. This history of creativity and connectivity is at the very heart of the High Pressure Fire Service festival. Addressing issues of representation, gender, accessibility, reproductive justice, and more through devised theater, comedy, and participatory play, these productions embody the vast range and exceptional talent of Philadelphia’s rich performing arts community.
Support for High Pressure Fire Service has been provided by the Wyncote Foundation.