BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//FringeArts - ECPv5.1.6//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:FringeArts X-ORIGINAL-URL: X-WR-CALDESC:Events for FringeArts BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/New_York BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0400 TZNAME:EDT DTSTART:20210314T070000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0400 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 TZNAME:EST DTSTART:20211107T060000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210903T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210911T210000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210802T165142Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210908T161742Z SUMMARY:Love Unpunished DESCRIPTION:Pig Iron Theatre Company reprises its starkly unsentimental\, hypnotic movement-theater work about the moments just before the collapse of the World Trade Center. Set on twenty feet of escape stairs\, this mostly-wordless piece asks audiences to contemplate the mundanity and confusion of evacuees who wonder: is this an emergency or is this a drill? \nWaiters\, traders\, administrators\, custodians\, secretaries\, bike messengers—the denizens of any metropolitan skyscraper—move from panic into a ghost world of memory and loss. Some are unconcerned\, some are in shock\, others run for their lives. Love Unpunished draws from a simple palette of movement to open up the unreal space between life and death\, a space of tenderness that lies within catastrophe. \nLove Unpunished originally premiered during the 2006 Fringe Festival\, and with the 20-year anniversary of the Towers’ collapse arriving on the heels of a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic\, Pig Iron returns to this contemplative\, deceptively simple piece. Without any direct reference to the World Trade Center\, Love Unpunished invites audiences to contemplate the simple\, distinctive movement of bodies descending stairs\, evacuating\, confused about when to panic and when to stay calm. \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Showtimes\nFriday\, September 3\, 2021 at 8pmSaturday\, September 4\, 2021 at 2pm & 8pmSunday\, September 5\, 2021 at 4pmWednesday\, September 8\, 2021 at 8pmThursday\, September 9\, 2021 at 6pmFriday\, September 10\, 2021 at 8pmSaturday\, September 11\, 2021 at 2pm & 8pm \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Health & Safety\nProof of vaccination is required to attend this event. For the safety of audiences\, artists\, staff\, and our greater community\, you must be fully vaccinated to attend this event. Fully vaccinated means two weeks after your second dose. You will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering the venue. Accepted forms for proof of vaccination include: a physical vaccine card with your name on it or a digital photo of your vaccine card on a cell phone. Please plan accordingly.Masks must also be worn for the duration of the performance. \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Supporters\nThe William J. Cooper Foundation\, Swarthmore CollegeIndependence FoundationPuffin Foundation West \nOriginal support for Love Unpunished was provided to Pig Iron Theatre Company by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage\, Philadelphia. \n \nFestival Executive Producers: Bill & Joyce Kunkle \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Pricing\n$30 general\n$15 students/25-and-under\n$2 FringeACCESS\nMember discounts available \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Location\nPrince Theater\n1412 Chestnut Street\nPhiladelphia\, PA 19102 \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n About the Artists\n \n \n \n The mission of Pig Iron Theatre Company is to expand what is possible in performance by creating rigorous\, unusual\, ensemble-devised works. \nFounded in 1995 as an interdisciplinary ensemble\, Pig Iron has created over 30 original works and has toured to festivals and theatres in England\, Scotland\, Poland\, Brazil\, Ireland\, Japan\, Italy\, Romania\, Sweden and Germany\, among others\, with stops at the Under the Radar Festival\, the Humana Festival\, TR Warszawa\, Woolly Mammoth\, Dance Theater Workshop\, and the Tokyo Performing Arts Market. The many creative residencies that have incubated the company’s work include Baryshnikov Arts Center\, the Public\, La Jolla Playhouse\, the Orchard Project\, EMPAC\, and the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities. \nPig Iron has no “house style\,” and the company has made a name for itself with creations that range from site-specific works to hybrid cabarets to works of clown-theater and of visual spectacle. Notable collaborators include legendary director Joseph Chaikin; composers Troy Herion and Cynthia Hopkins; playwrights Toshiki Okada and Will Eno; and ensembles such as the Crossing\, Contemporaneous\, Sweden’s Teater Slava\, and the indie rock band Dr. Dog. Pig Iron’s current core company is Mimi Lien\, Jenn Kidwell\, Mel Krodman\, Dan Rothenberg\, Dito van Reigersberg. \nThe company has won two OBIE Awards\, and has been nominated for 2 Helen Hayes awards and 39 Barrymore Awards\, winning 10. Pig Iron’s staging of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night (2011) was nominated for ten Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre\, winning four\, and enjoyed sold-out performances at Philadelphia Theater Company and later at Abrons Art Center in NYC (2013). Pig Iron has been named Theatre Company of the Year by Philadelphia Weekly and Philadelphia City Paper. \nIn 2011\, Pig Iron launched a 2-year graduate program in physical and devised theater at a new home in North Philadelphia. In 2015\, the company partnered with University of the Arts to offer both a Graduate Certificate and an MFA in Devised Performance. \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Be Part of the Story\nHelp FringeArts present world-class\, contemporary performing arts that challenge convention and inspire new ways of thinking. \n \n Join + Support URL: LOCATION:Prince Theater\, 1412 Chestnut Street\, Philadelphia\, PA\, 19102\, United States CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Center City,Dance,FringeArts Curated,Theater ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png: GEO:39.950563;-75.164743 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=Prince Theater 1412 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19102 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=1412 Chestnut Street:geo:-75.164743,39.950563 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210903T210000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211002T233000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210729T223039Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210923T153320Z SUMMARY:Dr Livingston Presents RUB HARDER DESCRIPTION:Jasmine Zieroff\, co-creator of the erotic 2012 Fringe hit RUB deals another blow. Get hot\, heavy\, and hard for art. Homo-erotica cabaret lounge style with booze\, parking lot tiki kitsch\, and Blow Pops at the Candy Bar. Sit back and indulge while “experienced” rule breakers steam up your glasses and tear down your ideals. ALL MALE\, Hosted by Lil Sweetie. \nMore info at \nShowtimes\nFriday September 3\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pmSaturday September 4\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pm Friday September 10\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pmSaturday September 11\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pmFriday September 17\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pmSaturday September 18\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pmFriday September 24\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pm*Friday September 24\, 2021 11pm* Performance has been CanceledSaturday September 25\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pmFriday October 1\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pmSaturday October 2\, 2021 at 9pm & 11pm  \nContent Considerations\nFor Ages 21+ Only \n\nAbout the Artists\nPrinceton\, N.J.\, native Brian Sanders founded JUNK in 1997 after many independent projects as a choreographer. JUNK has since become a nationally recognized troupe performing domestically\, internationally\, and regularly in the Philadelphia region. More information can be found by visiting URL: LOCATION:200 Spring Garden St\, Unit C – Parking Lot\, 200 Spring Garden Street\, Philadelphia\, PA\, 19123\, United States CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Ambulatory,Dance,Features,Fringe Festival,Funny,Immersive,Immersive/Interactive Experience,Independently Produced,Role playing,Spooky,Theater,Type,Unique Venue ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T201351Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T192134Z SUMMARY:YOLO DESCRIPTION:Don and Myrna have been married for 47 years. But when their daughter sends them an “Alexa”\, their comfortable routine is disrupted. Told with playfulness and heart\, YOLO is a story of technology\, change\, and connection in the modern world. YOLO is a poignant and entertaining all ages play about how seniors wrestle with technology\, that evolves into a nostalgic and poetic story about how human connection is crucial in this age of technology. Approximately 35 minutes long. \n\n\n\nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival \n\n\n\nCredits\nPerformed by Joy Dolo and Luverne Seifert \n\n\n\nAudience Instructions\nTicket buyers will be contacted with a secret link to access the performance before showtime. \n\n\n\nAbout the Artists\nFeel So Young Theater was developed in the spring of 2019 with the mission of creating thoughtful entertainment to seniors that focuses on issues concerning our aging population and bringing it to the places that they reside. \nJoy Dolo is an Actor and Improvisor in the Twin Cities. She has played with the following companies: Mixed Blood\, Jungle Theater\, Frank Theatre\, Sod House\, Pillsbury House\, Children’s Theatre Company\, Park Square Theatre\, Ten Thousand Things and the Guthrie. Joy is the Host of American Public Media’s podcast “Forever Ago” and is a founding member of Blackout Improv Comedy- the Twin Cities first all black improv troupe. She is a recipient of a 2014 Ivey award\, One of the Best Actresses recognized in the 2018 MN Theater Awards\, City Pages Artist of the Year 2018\, Changemaker for MPR and the Women’s Press. \nLuverne Seifert is Co-artistic director of Sod House Theater and has been acting and directing professionally for over 30 years. He received a National Fox Fellowship for distinguished achievement in 2017\, a Mcknight Fellowship for Theater Artists in 2003 and an Ivey Award in 2009 for his Performance as Phillip K Dick in 800 Words. He is currently a Senior Teaching Specialist in the Department of Theater Arts and Dance at the University of Minnesota where he has been teaching for 15 years. He has acted nationally at South Coast Rep\, Berkeley Rep\, Arizona Rep\, Trinity Rep\, The La Jolla Playhouse\, Arts Emerson\, The Wilma Theater\, The New Victory Theater in addition to performing locally with The Guthrie Theater\, The Children’s Theater and Ten Thousand Things. He holds a BA from Augsburg College and is certified in European clowning at The Burlesque Center for clown in Lacarno\, Switzerland and at The Ecole Philippe Gaulier in Etampe\, France. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Comedy & Improv,Current Events,Digital Fringe,Family,Features,Funny,Independently Produced,Theater,Type,Visiting Artist (Out of towner) ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T201526Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210925T171244Z SUMMARY:Fixed Gaps DESCRIPTION:Scot J. Wittman brings his award-winning dance photography to life in this arthouse motion picture. Romance\, loss\, harmony and independence are woven together in this film. Shot mostly on location in Philadelphia\, the work showcases local talent and gives a glimpse into surrounding areas. The Philadelphia native is proud to premier the work at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. \n  \nShowtimes\n\nLive Event: Saturday\, Sep\, 25\, 2021 at 6:30pm\n\n(Q&A with Artist and Dancer immediately following)\n\n\n\n\n\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival\n\n\n\n  \n\nCredits\n  \nDirector: Scot J. Wittman\, Dancer: Kimberly D. Landle (KCBC)\, Dancer: Amanda Boyer (KCBC)\, Dancer: Aleesha Polite (KCBC)\, Dancer: Arianna Polite (KCBC)\, Dancer: Taylor Brown (KCBC) \n  \n  \n\nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Audiences 18+ \n  \nAudience Instructions\nAll Cannonball Festival events will require proof of vaccination and masks to attend. Audience members will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering the performance venue. Accepted forms for proof of vaccination include a physical vaccine card with your name on it or a digital photo of your vaccine card on a cell phone. Please plan accordingly. \nAbout the Artists\nScot J. Wittman is a Philadelphia-based artist with an international reach. The recipient of a National Endowment grant\, he has exhibited in the Whitney Biennial\, Art|Basel\, and numerous galleries primarily in Europe. Wittman has presented at Yale University\, Rutgers University and Swarthmore University. Residencies have allowed him to work with noted bionano engineers and collaborate with famous dancers; with equal parts celebration and suspicion Wittman shines light on shifting human capabilities and desires. Recent work further inspects our shrinking natural landscape under the industrial cover. More information can be found at URL: LOCATION:The MAAS Building\, 1325 N Randolph St\, Philadelphia\, PA\, 19122\, United States CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Ballet,Dance,Digital Fringe,Features,Film,Independently Produced,Romance,Type,Visual Art ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:39.9720698;-75.1452789 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=The MAAS Building 1325 N Randolph St Philadelphia PA 19122 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=1325 N Randolph St:geo:-75.1452789,39.9720698 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T201605Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T192848Z SUMMARY:How Many Times DESCRIPTION:As a result of this pandemic\, each of us have had our structures dismantled to wildly different degrees; while some have adjusted by staying the same\, others have completely reinvented the structure of their day-to-day. We are presenting a digital experience that considers the cycle of breaking and re-adapting\, thinking about what it looks and feels like to move towards new or revert to old structures and forms within ourselves. \n  \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival  \n  \nCredits\nDance & Video Editing: Leah Friedman\, Music: Roy Aizen\, Design\, Development\, & Video Editing: Jake Pettit\, Writing: Jesse Antonoff \n  \n  \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 13+  \n  \nAudience Instructions\nAudiences will enter the website and choose how they wish to interact with the online exhibit. \n  \nAbout the Artists\nThis crew came together to create while living together during the first year of the pandemic. \nLeah Friedman is a Philadelphia-based dancer\, creator\, and researcher. She has performed with Philadanco!\, Philadanco’s D/2\, and #dbdanceproject\, and has presented digital work with Proteo Media (2020\, 2021) and thINKingDANCE (2020). Leah holds a B.S. in Cognitive Neuroscience\, works as an AI & educational technology researcher\, and thinks a lot about cyborgs and nature. \nRoy Aizen has several years of experience performing and creating a broad range of music through both drums and electronic mediums. His recent creations draw from organic sounds to create vast\, celestial soundscapes. Currently\, he works as a user experience researcher at a digital agency. \nJesse Antonoff is originally from Long beach\, CA and currently lives in Philadelphia\, where he teaches and writes/creates things. \nJake Pettit studied Interactive Digital Media at Drexel University. For his senior thesis\, Jake was the lead designer on a team of other IDM students to create an interactive art exhibit involving experimental technology and interactions. Since graduating Jake has worked as a Visual Designer for a software company\, and a freelance web and graphic designer. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Contemporary,Dance,Digital Fringe,Features,First Philly Fringe,Free,Immersive/Interactive Experience,Independently Produced,Interdisciplinary,Music,Type ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T201655Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T192941Z SUMMARY:ReVisioning the Arts Podcast DESCRIPTION:ReVisioning the Arts is a podcast focused on inclusivity and egalitarianism. The show has two primary focuses: offering strength and encouragement to struggling artists and dreaming up new models that would support as many people as possible in making their art. Listen in for conversations on resilience\, tenacity and philosophical soul tending. \nWe talk about cultivating a resilient mindset\, detaching success from popularity and staying clear in our reasons for making art. \nJoin me as I bring on artists from all disciplines\, asking how to make a more just and accessible arts world for all. \n  \n\n\nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival  \n\n\nCredits\n  \nProduced by Julia Brandenberger with guest speakers \n\n\n\nContent Considerations\n18+\nThere is mention of depression and difficulties with mental illness. \n\n\n\nAudience Instructions\nTo access to podcast simply search “ReVisioning the Arts” on Apple\, Spotify or Libsyn. The podcast is reaching to other platforms\, however at the moment these platforms are the best access points. \n\n\n\nAbout the Artists\nJulia Brandenberger is a dance/theater and media maker operating under the name “Rogue Theology”. She creates work around questions of value and worth and how these things are determined and propagated in a society. She uses performance as a lens of philosophy to ask how we value our lives and how we make sense of our failures and longings. She recently started a podcast\, “ReVisioning the Arts”\, which is an anti-elitist arts podcast focused on getting as many people as possible financially and socially supported in creating their work. Her conversations can be found on YouTube under her name and her work can be found at URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Ballet,Dance,Devised,Digital Fringe,Features,Feminist,Free,Independently Produced,Interdisciplinary,Other,Political,Religion/Spiritual,Theater,Type ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T201754Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T193208Z SUMMARY:The Consciousness DESCRIPTION:What does it mean for art if an artist’s consciousness carries on after death? In The Consciousness\, Reece – a struggling music composition student – tries to extract and then plagiarize a symphony from the digitized consciousness of Theo Price\, a dead and (mostly) forgotten composer. But the composer’s creative prowess has not thrived in the afterlife\, forcing Reece to reconstruct Theo’s memories. \n  \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival   \nCredits\nManuel Solis-Bauza as REECE\, Katie Thayer as ERIE\, Casey Casteel as THEO\, Arius West as ELIS\, Written by Bethany Dickens Assaf\, Directed by Charis Watler\, Stage Managed by Meghan Pratt\, Produced by Ayal Wolf \n  \n\nContent Consideration\nAppropriate for Ages 18+ \n  \n  \nAbout the Artists\nNique Content is a theatrical production company based in Orlando\, Florida that focuses on new works for today’s emerging artists. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Closed Captioning,Contemporary,Digital Fringe,Features,First Philly Fringe,Fringe Festival,Independently Produced,LGBTQ,Theater,Type,Visiting Artist (Out of towner) ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T201852Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T193246Z SUMMARY:Tree Confessions DESCRIPTION:Trees talk! In a landmark study\, a scientist learned everything about how trees communicate — or did she? One tree tells the story of what really happened. Presenting the world’s first play told entirely from the point of view of a tree. To experience this site-specific audio play\, find a tree near you\, sit under it\, press play\, and listen to the tree’s confessions. \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival   \nCredits\nStarring Kathleen Chalfant. Conceived and directed by Erin B Mee. Written by Jenny Lyn Bader. \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 7+ \nAudience Instructions\nTo experience this site-specific audio play: find a tree near you\, sit under it (or nearby)\, press play\, and listen to the tree’s confessions. \nAbout the Artists\nNamed one of the Top 5 Immersive Companies in NYC by Jonathan Mandell of\, This Is Not a Theatre Company creates site-based\, immersive\, multi-sensory\, participatory dance-theatre that can be smelled\, touched\, and tasted as well as seen and heard. This theatre is not something to passively consume\, but to co-create. With each production\, This Is Not a Theatre Company asks the audience to perceive the world in new ways\, to empathize in new ways\, and to practice creativity. Visit URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Audio Description,Digital Fringe,Features,Immersive,Immersive/Interactive Experience,Independently Produced,Interdisciplinary,Relaxed Performance,Solo audience experience,Theater,Type,Unique Venue,Visiting Artist (Out of towner) ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T204406Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T193326Z SUMMARY:Do No Harm DESCRIPTION:Several years after the event\, Doctor Weiss tells his story regarding the assassination of Huey Long. \nContent is now available on YouTube \nVote for Do No Harm in the Philly Fringies after viewing \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival\nContent Now Available on Youtube  \nCredits\nSebastian Garcia as Doctor Weiss; Samantha Levine as Ida\, Vonnie and Mrs. Guffey; Raymond V. Whelan as Senator Long. Directed and written by Whelan. \nContent Considerations\nTo be sure “damn” and “hell” are used. Nothing stronger. Appropriate for all ages \nAudience Instructions\nYouTube presentation under the title “Do No Harm” \nAbout the Artists\nThe Highland Lakes Players include Sebastian Garcia\, Samantha Levine\, and Raymond V. Whelan. We are ambitious theater performers based in Austin\, Texas. Normally\, we participate in the city’s Frontera Fest sponsored by ScriptWorks Austin. However\, because of COVID-19\, we endeavored to adapt\, improvise and overcome. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Dark/Disturbing,Digital Fringe,Documentary,Features,Historical,Horror,Independently Produced,Literary,Political,Theater,Type,Visual Art ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T204559Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T193411Z SUMMARY:Adjust The Procedure DESCRIPTION:It’s early Fall 2020 and the pandemic consumes a Manhattan university. In addition to tracking rising cases of COVID on campus\, the school’s administrators face immigration problems\, suicide threats\, and professors losing their minds. But in the midst of all the madness\, it’s the internal bureaucratic battles that threaten the school’s preservation. Over the course of two conflict-ridden Zoom meetings\, Adjust the Procedure gives audiences a rare peek into the business of higher education at a moment of multiple reckonings. “A couldn’t-be-more-timely play.” — Derek McCracken\, BroadwayWorld\, “The best virtual piece I have seen so far.” — Robert Massimi\, Geeks\, “As this play questions whether it is easier to Adjust the Procedure or adjust reality\, it forcefully reminds us ‘When someone dies\, there are consequences.’ A timely play for troubled times. Well worth watching.” — Laurie Lawson\, Electronic Link Journey\, “Smartly tailored to its theme and era\, and the direction and delivery of its thought-provoking narrative pack a punch and leave us wondering what really drives our educational system and who benefits the most from it.” — Deb Miller\, DC Metro Theater Arts \n  \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival   \nCredits\n  \nEd Altman (Frank\, Executive Dean)\, Adam Files (Kyle\, Director of Academic Development)\, Nicholas Miles Newton (Ben\, Assistant Dean of Student Achievement)\, Meagan Moses (Aimee\, Director of Enrollment Management)\, Jake Shore (Writer/Director) \n\n  \nContent Considerations\n  \nMental illness/suicide \nAppropriate for Ages 18+ \n\n  \nAbout the Artists\n  \nSince its founding in 1998\, Spin Cycle has co-produced shows by artists including Joan Rivers\, Anthony Rapp\, Gavin Creel\, Holly Woodlawn\, Alison Arngrim\, Alec Mapa\, Alice Ripley\, Karen Finley\, and Ain Gordon. Other producing credits include the World Premiere of The Donkey Show\, Kiki & Herb’s Obie winning Have Another\, The Vaudevillians starring Jinkx Monsoon\, John Kelly’s Paved Paradise\, and the Rochester premiere of Woman Before A Glass (directed by Austin Pendleton). Current and recent theater PR clients include: 21 seasons with The New York International Fringe Festival;\, 21 seasons with The Flea Theater (including premieres by A.R Gurney\, Elizabeth Swados\, Will Eno\, Christopher Durang\, Adam Rapp\, Thomas Bradshaw and Mac Wellman) and 7 years with P.S. 122 (including premieres by Spalding Gray\, John Leguizamo\, Elevator Repair Service\, and Eric Bogosian); the long-running immersive hits Then She Fell\, Voyeur and Bleach; and theater companies including Partial Comfort\, The Civilians\, Bedlam\, SITI Company\, Pig Iron\, 3LD\, Ars Nova\, New Georges\, The Culture Project\, the cell\, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene\, Amerinda\, wild project\, Hypokrit\, National Black Theatre\, Primitive Grace Theater Ensemble and Theater Breaking Through Barriers. \nJake Shore is an award-winning playwright whose play entitled Holy Moly premiered at The Flea Theater in 2016 and was simultaneously released with its tandem novel\, A Country for Fibbing. In 2017\, Shore’s play The Devil is on The Loose with an Axe in Marshalltown was selected as one of Playbill’s “13 Shows Not to Miss Off-Broadway.” His drama Down the Mountain and Across the Stream won the Overall Excellence in Playwriting Award at the 2013 New York International Fringe Festival. Shore’s short stories have been published or are forthcoming in Denver Quarterly\, Hobart\, Litro\, New Contrast and others. He is currently the Director of the Academic Advisement Center at St. Joseph’s College in Brooklyn\, where he also teaches. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Contemporary,Digital Fringe,Features,Independently Produced,Theater,Type ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T204641Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T193526Z SUMMARY:Temporary Moments DESCRIPTION:Public art confronts us in our everyday environment. It is a reflection of the times we live in and a critique on our society. \nCurrently\, this project focuses on the events that unfolded in Seattle\, WA from the stay at home order through the racial justice protests in 2020. Artists painted across boarded up buildings to express the raw emotions of the community. Their messages throughout the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement resonate with us. \n  \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival   \n  \nCredits\nPhotographer and Editor: Ellen Duong\, Photographer and Editor: Angela Schwartz\, Marketing and Editor: Raina Searles\, Marketing Assistant and Editor: Leroy Sibanda \n\n  \nContent Considerations\n  \nAppropriate for Ages 13+ \n  \nAbout the Artists\n  \nEllen Duong is a photographer\, engineer\, and activist for social justice from Philadelphia. She has participated in two previous Digital Fringe Festivals in 2017 (Pond) and 2018 (Color). She is passionate about education equity and empowering the AAPI community. \nAngela Schwartz is a photographer and medical professional. She specializes in night and nature photography. She is passionate about health equity and health education. \nRaina Searles is a marketing professional and practiced team leader. She is interested in connecting communities to relevant and timely works. She previously worked at FringeArts as the marketing manager and returns to bring a show to the Fringe Festival 2021. \nLeroy Sibanda is our editor and marketing assistant. He is interested in the intersection of art and technology. He is passionate about design thinking to develop truly effective solutions and to generate positive change. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Contemporary,Current Events,Digital Fringe,Family,Features,Free,Independently Produced,Political,Type,Visual Art,Visual Art/Installations ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T204828Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T194616Z SUMMARY:creativeWorks DESCRIPTION:Join us in the first salvo in the war to create culture worth warring over. Volume One of the earth-shattering new creative journal\, is here for Fringe Fest ’21. Come for this vaguely exciting promo\, stay for sights you’ve never seen\, words never before uttered. All bets are off\, we’re past the event horizon\, and superlatives are a hoax. YOU have to act now. Drive your finger trains to or stay in this boring dimension… we could care less! \nShowtimes\nAvailable Online Entire Festival  \nContent Consideration\n21+ only may attend  \nAudience Instructions\nBrowse to from the dark web\, the regular web\, or (our preference) the light web – where innocents of pure intent go to seek enrichment in an age of digital wonder. \n  \nAbout the Artists\ is a producer and manufacturer of creative juices. With a small but powerful cadre of supervillains as its founders\, this organization is poised to wreak havoc on the clown car stunt show that is modern culture. We need to stop them now by heading to their website to look for clues on how to stop their joyful scheme for world domination. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Comedy & Improv,Dark/Disturbing,Digital Fringe,Features,Free,Fringe Festival,Funny,Immersive/Interactive Experience,Independently Produced,Interdisciplinary,Parody,Satire,Solo audience experience,Type,Visual Art ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T204934Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T194704Z SUMMARY:shared spaces / distant voices DESCRIPTION:“Now and Not Yet” by Whitney Casal –\nIt was a constant rearranging:\nOf her thoughts\,\nHer expectations\,\nHer furniture…\nAnd none of the configurations made sense\,\nBut at least they made space. \n“Transition” by Sofi Seta –\n“Transition” proposes to reach the world of dreams and nightmares as a representation of contradictions\, fears\, and struggles as human species. In this dream universe\, what happens when I can listen\, but I can’t move? or talk? What happens in the body when I sleep and wake up in another dimension? That transition that leaves us thinking and how dreams act being a source of subconscious information\, powerful and even terrifying. \n“June” by Anna Rose –\nJune is a solo work that explores female lineage and the societally prescribed role of women in the home and within the family structure. Delving into the personal stories and lives of my own mother\, grandmother\, and great-grandmother\, I engage with the physically and vocally embodied concepts of passed-down ancestral trauma\, and internalized sexism. Shifts in music and costume bring the viewer back to different eras in a non-linear fashion\, like memories surfacing from a multi-generational female past. June is a month\, a woman\, a dance\, a story. June is for all of the women who have been silenced\, erased\, confined to a life they did not choose or want. \n“Act Natural” by Britt Davis –\nI present you with a quarter-life synopsis\, which is as clear as an oxymoron – opposite ends of the linguistic spectrum joining together in a nonsensical\, sense-making statement. It’s a serious boss-lady infused with comic relief. It’s liberation with a side of leftover fear. It’s over-dramatic\, yet in its own right. It’s flirtatiously blended with brutal sarcasm. It’s sexy mixed with the comedic greatness of Lucille Ball. It’s a statement of a 20-something female-identifying international person of the 2020s trying to find some frickin’ balance. \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival   \nCredits\nCurated by OhOK Performance Group (Whitney Casal & Britt Davis)\, Venue at Theater Expedition Metropolis\, Filmed by Britt Davis and Whitney Casal\, Video Editing by Britt Davis\, Choreography and Performance by Whitney Casal\, Britt Davis\, Anna Rose\, Sofi Seta. \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for all ages \n  \nAbout the Artists\nOhOK Performance Group was created in 2019 by American\, Berlin-based dance artists\, Whitney Casal and Britt Davis. These two friends and collaborators began moving together in 2011 while studying Dance at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. In their creative endeavors together\, Britt and Whit engage in a three-pronged approach through creation\, performance\, and teaching. Their choreographic works explore intricate and purposeful physical partnering\, blending in themes of relationality. \nThe aim of OhOK Performance Group is to propose a platform for creating interdisciplinary performance works\, collaborating with artists and institutions locally and abroad. With dance as the basis for their creations\, these women are open to exploring possibilities with musicians\, visual artists\, videographers\, and other artists alike. The name itself was inspired to encapsulate any artistic collaborators that engage in their processes. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Contemporary,Dance,Digital Fringe,Features,Film,Free,Fringe Festival,Independently Produced,International Artists,Solo Performance,Type ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T205226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T194742Z SUMMARY:Journey to the Kingdom of Hypnos DESCRIPTION:Do you remember where Sleep is\, Dear Ones? Mnemosyne invites you to close your eyes and journey to the court of that benevolent Greek god-creature of Slumber. But beware\, here in the Underworld the River of Oblivion is spilling over her shores and threatens the Waking. \nThis will introduce you to a place you’ve rarely been deep enough to find. The source of your sleep.\nStand near\, listen\, and remember your way to this place again and again. Travel and discover the vast environs of collective unconsciousness… all whilst the outside environment restricts where our physical forms may go. \n*This immersive audio experience is meant to be listened to on headphones.* \n\nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival \n  \n\nCredits\n  \nDeveloped and performed by Carmel Clavin. \nAudio production by Carmel Clavin and Jerome Giancola \n  \n\nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 13+ \n\n\nAudience Instructions\nThis experience is designed to be heard by individuals using headphones. Please close your eyes. \n\n\nAbout the Artists\nA creative producer & performer from the mid Atlantic region of the US\, Carmel has made the larger World her home. As founder of the Spectacle & Mirth production haus\, she’s built immersive projects like the internationally award winning cabaret The Marvelous Mechanical Musical Maiden\, The GlamourHobo Field Notes storytelling podcast\, and regional arts festivals\, Shenandoah Fringe & Richmond Fringe. An overly complicated Venn Diagram of adjacent identities\, she tours the world\, tell stories\, and play wearable musical inventions. This vaudevillian loves to sing too loud\, smash class structures\, and wear grand hats. #glamourhobo URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Devised,Digital Fringe,Features,First Philly Fringe,Fringe Festival,Historical,Immersive,Immersive/Interactive Experience,Independently Produced,Solo audience experience,Theater,Type,Visiting Artist (Out of towner) ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T211509Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T200556Z SUMMARY:The Birth of Jawn: Exploring Philly with a King DESCRIPTION:Follow in the footsteps of Jawn Wooders\, drag king and “Philly’s Finest Person\, Place\, or Thing”\, as he walks home after his first drag set – just as the pandemic arrives.  Jawn will guide you on a real-life/digital journey from the 9th St. Market to the Gayborhood in this immersive audio experience. \nExplore Philly through the eyes of a drag king and see our city through a queer lens.  Find artwork hidden in plain sight.  Navigate memories of the past and look for what still remains.  Follow Jawn’s story on your journey in a performance that mixes story-telling with real-life/digital exploration. \nWhat have we lost in the past year?  What comes next as we rebuild our creative lives? \nThis show is Pay What You Can and no one will be turned away for lack of funds.  All ticket proceeds will be split 50/50 between the artist and The Painted Mug Cafe\, a new venue run by queer artists for queer artists.  More information can be found at \nA video promo for this show can be found at Jawn Wooders’ YouTube page. \nFollow Jawn on Facebook or Instagram for more information and updates on additional online events. \n  \n\nShowtimes\nAvailable to Experience – Entire Festival \n\nCredits\nCreated and Performed by Stephanie Wobensmith. \nAdditional Credits and Special Thanks are available on performance website. \n  \n  \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 18+ \nThis piece uses the full name of the Philadelphia D*ke March. It is used in the context of queer/LGBTQIA+ people using this word to discuss a queer/LGBTQIA+ event. \n\nAudience Instructions\nThis audio performance is an interactive experience that is designed to be listened to while exploring Philadelphia\, either in the Real World or using Google Maps. \nAudience members will receive a link to audio tracks meant to be listened to while interacting with specific places in South Philly and Center City. \nAudio can be paused as needed. The performance can be completed all at once or completed in multiple segments. It is available on demand and can be completed at any time. \nFor those completing the Real World experience:\nYou will need a smartphone or tablet with access to the internet and a set of headphones. Comfortable shoes are also recommended\, as there is roughly 60 minutes of casual walking involved. The experience will begin near 9th and Washington and end at Jefferson Station. \nFor those completing the Google Maps experience:\nYou will need a smartphone\, tablet\, or computer with access to the internet. Headphones are recommended for a more immersive experience. The experience will utilize Google Maps’ Street View functionality. \n  \n  \nAbout the Artists\nJawn Wooders (he/they) is Philly’s finest person\, place\, or thing. He is a newly crowned drag king that got his start right before the pandemic. Together with his fearless producer Stephanie (they/them)\, they produce work that explores the intersections of being bi\, butch\, and gender queer… all while (sometimes) playing an inflatable guitar. \nJawn was born out of the open mic scene in the 9th Street Market and never ceases to be a Philadelphia evangelist. His works will urge you to explore Philly with a queer lens and amplify LGBTQIA+ voices. He has a background in improv comedy and always has a good story to tell about South Philly\, veggie cheesesteaks\, and Gritty. \nWooder ice and tomato pie or it didn’t happen. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Current Events,Digital Fringe,Drag,Features,Immersive,Immersive/Interactive Experience,Independently Produced,Interdisciplinary,LGBTQ,Relaxed Performance,Solo audience experience,Tours,Type,Unique Venue ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T211611Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T200628Z SUMMARY:Found DESCRIPTION:A stairway to heaven beside the water\, a surprise garden just off of Pine\, a bar outside of Fishtown\, and glimpses into the Fae Wilds. Found is a scavenger hunt audio adventure where Philadelphia residents will go on the search for pockets of magic throughout the city. When they find special QR codes at these magical locations\, which they’ll discover with the help of puzzles and clues released online\, our audience members will find scenes of fairy life in Philadelphia. This includes audio dramas like an angry goblin fed up with guarding a magical mailbox\, fairies playing “Humans & Houses” in a coffee shop\, a stop motion video of trolls rating restaurants\, and more. \nShowtimes\n*48 hr access* Thursday\, Sep 9 – Sunday\, Oct 3\, 2021\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival \nCredits\nPlaywright/Producer: Devan Callahan\, Playwright/Producer: Doriane Feinstein\, Playwright/Producer: Devin Randall\, Playwright/Producer: Griffin Horn \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 7+. \nSome scenes may contain mild language. \nAudience Instructions\nAudience members\, once they’ve purchased a free ticket\, will be directed to secret links where clues (such as riddles in text\, mysterious maps\, and recorded speeches) will direct them to magical locations across Philadelphia. Once there\, audience members will find a QR code to enjoy Found content. \nAbout the Artists\nIt Gets Worse But Then… (IGWBT) Theatre Company is a collective effort between playwrights Devan Callahan\, Doriane Feinstein\, Griffin Horn\, and Devin Randall. We’re here to transform the artistic process: to collaborate across art forms\, to celebrate spontaneous connections\, and to inspire new perspectives on the world around us. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Contemporary,Digital Fringe,Features,Free,Fringe Festival,Immersive,Immersive/Interactive Experience,Independently Produced,LGBTQ,Outdoors,Role playing,Theater,Type,Wheelchair Accessible ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T211728Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T200658Z SUMMARY:PADA PRESENTS The Greatest Showman DESCRIPTION:Pennsylvania Academy of Dance Arts takes on its first ever Fringe Festival. \n  \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival \n  \nCredits\nThe students of PADA. \n  \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for All Ages \n  \nAudience Instructions\nPurchase ticket and link will be sent to you. \n  \nAbout the Artists\nPennsylvania Academy of Dance Arts (PADA) is a community of people who love and appreciate the art of dance. We provide a positive environment where dancers can focus on learning skills\, improving technique\, building confidence and achieving their individual goals. Our instructors work together with our families to nurture each student’s unique talent for dance and creativity. Our faculty is carefully selected to uphold our values\, and share our passion for developing not only well-rounded dancers\, but well-rounded individuals. \nOur goal is to foster a love of dance in our students of all ages\, regardless of their personal goals. Every student deserves the opportunity to reach their highest potential in a supportive\, nurturing environment. Ours is an atmosphere of mutual respect between and among our faculty\, parents\, and dancers. We consider it a privilege to be a part of the wider dance community and in all of our endeavors uphold the values of integrity and professionalism. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Dance,Digital Fringe,Features,Film,First Philly Fringe,Fringe Festival,Independently Produced,Type,Visual Art ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T211853Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T200733Z SUMMARY:The Book of Snorin' - Sleep Apnea the Musical DESCRIPTION:After a sold-out debut season at the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival\, the world’s first comedy show about sleep apnea is here. This hilarious show follows Australian comedian Stew Walker on his quest to treat his sleep apnea and escape the bungalow blues. \nIf you snore or love a snorer\, then Stew Walker’s show featuring ‘Stewpid’ songs about snoring and sleep apnea will not only amuse you\, but it could save your relationship or even your life! \nStew has sleep apnea and snores a LOT! His snoring is so loud that his wife has kicked him out to the bungalow and the neighbors have lodged noise complaints with the police. And sleep deprivation is causing havoc at work\, where Stew nods off more often than a bored member of Congress. \n“One of the best comedies I’ve seen at the Fringe. Not to be missed.” (Buxton Fringe Reviews 2020)\n“Very funny\, a little bit quirky.” (Weekend Notes) \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 18+ \n  \n  \nAbout the Artists\nStew Walker is a musical comedian from Melbourne. He began his comedy career in 2012 when he was discovered by Adam Hills on his national TV talk show Adam Hills In Gordon Street Tonight (see clip: \nHe was in the studio audience thinking he was just going to see the show being recorded. But on national TV Adam called his bluff about wanting to be a comedian when he revealed that Stew’s ‘bucket list’ wish to do a show at Melbourne International Comedy\nFestival was about to come true. \nSix weeks later Stew made a successful comedy debut to a packed room at Melbourne Town Hall with a 30-minute show of original songs\, including a live cross to Adam back in the studio (see clip: \nSince then Stew has gone on to perform at festivals and venues across Australia\, Asia\, and the UK\,\nand produce hit solo shows The Book of Snorin’ – Sleep Apnea the Musical\, A Hard Days\nNight of Beatles Parodies and Live\, Love\, Laugh. \n“One of the best comedies I’ve seen at the Fringe. Not to be missed.” (Buxton Fringe Reviews 2020) \n“Very funny\, a little bit quirky” – Weekend Notes \n“**** A great musical comic talent with catchy tunes and really good audience interactions”\n– Hey Hey It’s Friday\, 99.3 Voice FM. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,Cabaret,Closed Captioning,Comedy & Improv,Digital Fringe,Features,First Philly Fringe,Fringe Festival,Funny,Independently Produced,International Artists,Music,Serio Comedy,Type,Visiting Artist (Out of towner) ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T212035Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210916T200808Z SUMMARY:Dawn States Dance Company DESCRIPTION:Dawn States Dance Company is an emergent dance company that centers disability as a viable and valuable approach to dance making. Disabled dancers curate the choreography and incorporate their perspective into the final performance. In addition\, common access features such as sign language\, audio description\, and closed captioning are included as part of the performance. This current work examines the themes of connection\, distance\, closeness\, and direction and explores this between the dancers and in embodied movements. This exploration came about during the pandemic and is made possible through the generous support of Axis Dance Company and the Mellon Foundation. \nShowtimes\n*48 hr access* Monday\, Sep 6 – Sunday\, Oct 3\, 2021\nAvailable for Streaming – Entire Festival \nCredits\nDawn States\, Director \nJamie Ray-Leonetti\, Dancer \nShannon Brooks\, Dancer \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 13+ \nAbout the Artists\nDawn States Dance Company centers disabled dancers in the work and performance pieces and holds that disability is a viable and valuable approach to dance making. In addition to centering disabled dancers and perspectives\, Dawn States Dance Company also provides common accessibility features such as audio description\, sign language\, access notes\, and closed captions. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Always On,ASL Interpretation,Audio Description,Closed Captioning,Contemporary,Dance,Digital Fringe,Features,Independently Produced,Relaxed Performance,Type ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211004T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210729T001705Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210826T161431Z SUMMARY:10 x 10 – Walk Around Philadelphia DESCRIPTION:Where can you find a superfund toxic waste site next to a graveyard? Or a meat processing plant alongside an abandoned graffiti-covered pier? Pipelines\, prisons\, parks and… cows? \nOn the perimeter of Philadelphia\, of course. \nWalk Around Philadelphia invites you to discover the city by walking its edges. You can join a scheduled group\, organize your own\, or participate in the October 3rd virtual reportback. \nFor the 8th perimeter pilgrimage of an ongoing series\, this year’s walk is divided into ten segments: sign up for just one day\, or several. \nGROUP WALKS: \nEach day starts at a different location around the city’s edge. We’ll meet at the starting point\, distribute supplies\, review guidelines & orient you to the perimeter\, and send you off on your adventure. \nSee the full itineraries with route previews here:\n \nUpon registration\, you’ll get access to maps\, a packing list\, and other resources to prepare. Also included are a limited edition perimeter passport and ticket for the reportback event. \nGroups are limited to ~15 participants and will include at least one experienced perimeter-walker. Each ~10-12 mile day takes ~ 5 – 6 hours at a leisurely pace. \nTickets must be purchased in advance. If price is a barrier\, please contact the artist. \nORGANIZE YOUR OWN: \nDigital registration gets you full access to maps and web content as well as a login to the Walk Around Philadelphia discussion forums for route planning and more… From there\, you can explore the perimeter at your own pace on your own time! \nGather some friends to explore and join in at the report back on October 3rd (also in \nShowtimes\nDIY/ Anytime – Monday\, Sep 6\, 2021 – Saturday Oct 3\, 2021\nReport Back – Sunday\, Oct 3\, 2021 – 7:00pm–61st & Baltimore to Wissahickon Station Friday\, Sep 10\, 2021 – 8:30am\nFriday\, Sep 10\, 2021 – 10:30am–Wissahickon to Chestnut Hill EastSaturday\, Sep 11\, 2021 – 8:30am\nSaturday\, Sep 11\, 2021 – 10:30am–Chestnut Hill East to Fox Chase Sunday\, Sep 12\, 2021 – 8:30am\nSunday\, Sep 12\, 2021 – 10:30am–Fox Chase to Somerton Saturday\, Sep 18\, 2021 – 9:30am\nSaturday\, Sep 18\, 2021 – 12:30pm–Somerton to TorresdaleSunday\, Sep 19\, 2021 – 9:30am\nSunday\, Sep 19\, 2021 – 11:30am–Torresdale to Bridesburg Saturday\, Sep 25\, 2021 – 9:30am\nSaturday\, Sep 25\, 2021 – 11:30am–Bridesburg to Pier 68 Sunday\, Sep 26\, 2021 – 9:30am\nSunday\, Sep 26\, 2021 – 11:30am–Pier 68 to AirportMonday\, Sep 27\, 2021 – 8:30am\nMonday\, Sep 27\, 2021 – 10:30am–Airport ‘round Hog Island RoadSaturday\, Oct 2\, 2021 – 8:30am\nSaturday\, Oct 2\, 2021 – 10:30am–Heinz Wildlife Refuge to 61st & BaltimoreSunday\, Oct 3\, 2021 – 8:30am\nSunday\, Oct 3\, 2021 – 10:30am  \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 13+ \nSCHEDULED WALKS will cover ~10-12 miles and are expected to take 5-6hrs.\nTerrain encountered will vary based on segment\, and audience choices.\nParticipation requires signed liability waivers & media consent forms at start of walk.\nWalks are undertaken through public space at audience’s own risk; participants are always welcome to stop\, choose alternate routes around obstacles\, etc.\nThere will be options to leave / get picked up early if necessary.\nMinors must be accompanied by parents or legal guardians. \nORGANIZE YOUR OWN walks will provide you with digital content guidelines & packing lists & maps: from there you’re \nFINAL REPORTBACK event will provide opportunities for participants to share experiences from their exploration of the city’s edge. \nAudience Instructions\nSpecific rendezvous information & additional resources will be provided via email.\nPlease arrive early if registering for a group walk. \nFor a comprehensive list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions\, please visit:\n \nAbout the Artists\nJacques-Jean “JJ” Tiziou is an artist\, community organizer and licensed massage therapist. He creates public art experiences\, hosts house concerts\, and has walked the full perimeter of Philadelphia (seven times.) \nJJ’s two largest works of art celebrate the whole city and intersect in real space: \nThe 85\,000 sq. ft. How Philly Moves mural at PHL International Airport (recognized as one of the nation’s best public art projects by Americans for the Arts) lies on the city’s edge\, which JJ invites you to discover by participating in Walk Around Philadelphia. \nJJ has been intimately involved with the Fringe Festival as it’s main photo-documentarian (2003-2007) and the HPM Mural @ PHL Int’l Airport includes images created during JJ’s 2008 How Philly Moves Fringe experience. URL: LOCATION:Multiple Locations CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Ambulatory,ASL Interpretation,Current Events,Digital Fringe,Features,Fringe Festival,Immersive,Immersive/Interactive Experience,Interdisciplinary,Outdoors,Tours,Type,Unique Venue,Workshop ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:–-Walk-Around-Philadelphia.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210929T183000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T201401Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210805T182416Z SUMMARY:Alexithymia DESCRIPTION:We follow the journey of Friend\, a lost being who cannot understand their emotions\, which has\, to their confusion\, caused their body to fragment. They need help in finding their way back to themselves. In order to learn the ways in which “we” feel\, they will go on a sensorial exploration via interactions with some new folks they meet along the way\, in order to explore how our minds create neurological connections through experience and memory. \nShowtimes\nMonday\, Sep 6\, 2021 – 6:00pmTuesday\, Sep 7\, 2021 – 6:00pmWednesday\, Sep 8\, 2021 – 6:00pmThursday\, Sep 9\, 2021 – 6:00pmFriday\, Sep 10\, 2021 – 6:00pmSaturday\, Sep 11\, 2021 – 6:00pmSaturday\, Sep 18\, 2021 – 6:00pmFriday\, Sep 17\, 2021 – 6:00pmThursday\, Sep 16\, 2021 – 6:00pmWednesday\, Sep 15\, 2021 – 6:00pmTuesday\, Sep 14\, 2021 – 6:00pmMonday\, Sep 13\, 2021 – 6:00pmSunday\, Sep 12\, 2021 – 6:00pmSunday\, Sep 19\, 2021 – 6:00pmSunday\, Sep 26\, 2021 – 6:00pmMonday\, Sep 27\, 2021 – 6:00pmMonday\, Sep 20\, 2021 – 6:00pmTuesday\, Sep 21\, 2021 – 6:00pmTuesday\, Sep 28\, 2021 – 6:00pmWednesday\, Sep 29\, 2021 – 6:00pmWednesday\, Sep 22\, 2021 – 6:00pmThursday\, Sep 23\, 2021 – 6:00pmThursday\, Sep 30\, 2021 – 6:00pmFriday\, Sep 24\, 2021 – 6:00pmSaturday\, Sep 25\, 2021 – 6:00pmSaturday\, Oct 2\, 2021 – 6:00pmFriday\, Oct 1\, 2021 – 6:00pm  \nCredits\nConceived by Madison Weinhoffer\, and created in collaboration with Sarah Kinn \nSadness/Fear/Anger: Madison Weinhoffer\nFriend: Sarah Kinn\nHappiness: Clover \nPuppet Design and Construction: Madison Weinhoffer\nLighting Design: Connor Sale\nLighting Op/performance: Quinn Chisenhall\nOriginal Composition: Santiago Amezquita\nAdditional Sound Design: Madison Weinhoffer\nSet Design: Jaqueline Penrod\nSet Assistance: Richie Schiraldi\nPA: Kimmy Higginbotham\nPoster Design: Paul Simon \nVideography/Editing: Lexi Kuhlman and Elliott Wesa \nSpecial thank you to everyone that contributed to my research survey and data collection! \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for all ages. \nWe talk about feelings…which could stir some things in any older audience members. \nAudience Instructions\nThere are some aspects of lighting due to rapid changes and sound due to volume which could be considered overwhelming for some audiences. \nAppropriate for all ages \nAbout the Artists\nMadison Weinhoffer is a Houston born interdisciplinary artist\, and arts educator currently living and working in Chicago\, IL and post-graduation will be working in Providence\, Rhode Island with plans of moving to Berlin\, Germany when the world is in a better space. She graduated with a B.F.A in acting\, a B.A. in anthropology from Texas Tech University\, and her MFA in European Devised Performance Practice at Columbia College Chicago. She enjoys puppetry\, making music\, intermodal arts exploration\, research on bridging the gap between neuroscience and art\, and hanging out with her cat\, Stella. \n​\nYou can find her currently engaged with Spectrum Theatre Ensemble ( in Providence\, Rhode Island\, advocating for better neuro-diversity and accessibility in the arts. As well as post grad work on an in progress devising company Casual Collision\, an artists collective of creators. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021 Fringe Festival,Devised,Digital Fringe,Features,First Philly Fringe,Independently Produced,Puppetry (Adult),Puppetry (Family),Theater,Type,Visiting Artist (Out of towner) ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210906T193000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210926T153500 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T203135Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210805T161801Z SUMMARY:Bon Appétit! By Julia Child and Lee Hoiby (During a Pandemic!) DESCRIPTION:“Bon Appetit!” By Lee Hoiby and Julia Child “Bon Appétit!” is a comic culinary extravaganza that taps the wit and antics of one of America’s best-loved television personalities! Written by Lee Hoiby and performed by Susan Weinman and pianist Pen Ying Fang it is comprised of music draped over the words and gestures of Julia Child\, the mother-of-all-foodies! \nFollowing the Philadelphia premiere of this great work by Aurora Classical at the 2015 Fringe Festival it has become a crowd favorite selling out at its venue! \n“It’s hysterical\,” said Susan Weinman “although this production’s version of Julia is no more the real Julia than Dan Akroyd’s performance was\, she is more like a demented cousin and not at all meant to be a true depiction of this great lady. That said the recipe for Le Gâteau au Chocolat l’Éminence Brune is indeed Julia’s. We offer it in the spirit of the lady\, made by servantless American cooks. If this piece inspires someone to see more opera or learn about cooking then our job has been done.” \n  \nShowtimes\nMonday\, Sep 6\, 2021 – 7:30pm Livestream\nTuesday\, Sep 7\, 2021 – 7:30pm Livestream\nWednesday\, Sep 8\, 2021 – 7:30pm Livestream\nThursday\, Sep 9\, 2021 – 7:30pm Livestream\nFriday\, Sep 10\, 2021 – 3:00pm Livestream\nSaturday\, Sep 11\, 2021 – 3:00pm Livestream\nSunday\, Sep 12\, 2021 – 3:00pm Livestream\nSaturday\, Sep 18\, 2021 – 3:00pm Livestream\nSunday\, Sep 19\, 2021 – 3:00pm Livestream\nSaturday\, Sep 25\, 2021 – 3:00pm Livestream\nSunday\, Sep 26\, 2021 – 3:00pm Livestream \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for all ages \n  \n  \nAbout the Artists\nAurora Classical’s mission is to excite people about classical music! Our goal is to share the art with those who may not have seen it up close and personal before\, to give them the comfort and hope only classical music can provide and an opportunity for professional classical performers to share their work. \nAurora Classical takes its name and inspiration from the newspaper “Philadelphia Aurora” which was founded by Benjamin Franklin Bache\, grandson of Benjamin Franklin. The paper stood for the rights of “yeoman farmers”\, “planters” and the “plain folk”. We believe classical music is for everyone no matter your budget! URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Digital Fringe,Features,Fringe Festival,Funny,Independently Produced,Live Music,Music,Musical Theater,Parody,Satire,Type ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210908T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210911T193000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T203857Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210909T200726Z SUMMARY:On Buried Ground DESCRIPTION:In the wake of continued loss artists Emily Bate and Shayla-Vie Jenkins each present new meditations in the Christ Church Burial Ground. Each work\, sited in one of the oldest resting places in Philadelphia\, considers grief and communal gatherings of public healing. Bate and Jenkins each acknowledge the burial ground as a tender and troubled place that holds layers of the city’s history — casting it as a space that is ultimately as much about futures created together as it is the past. \nThis program is curated and organized by Katy Dammers. \n  \n  \nShowtimes\nWednesday\, Sep 8\, 2021 – 6:30pm  Emily Bate\nSaturday\, Sep 11\, 2021 – 6:30pm  Shayla-Vie Jenkins  \n  \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for all ages \nTopics of Grief and Loss \n\nAbout the Artists\nEmily Bate is a harmony fanatic\, obsessed with cooking up voice sounds with people in the seething soup of humanity. This manifests in a wide variety of disciplines (music performance\, theater\, film\, social practice) and roles (composer\, vocalist\, arranger\, conductor\, facilitator\, performer). Emily founded and conducts a 65-member queer community chorus called Trust Your Moves\, an experiment in collective singing designed around liberation and co-creation. Recent projects include: the “CSA\,” a subscription art service that sends packages of interactive art to peoples’ home in the mail; the score for the film Queer Genius by Catherine Pancake; several shows with frequent collaborator Erin Markey\, including the anarcho-musical A Ride on the Irish Cream\, featuring “accessible\, often punchy pop-rock” (New York Times)\, and “soaring musical numbers” (Artforum) that were “startlingly gorgeous\, and packed with heavenly harmonies” (New York Post); and a composing collaboration with installation artist Patrick Costello. Emily has worked with artists like MJ Kaufman\, The Bearded Ladies Cabaret\, and Mal Cherifi\, and her work has been performed at venues across the US and UK. Emily’s work has been supported by an Independence Foundation Fellowship\, two Leeway Art & Change Awards\, the MAP Fund\, Art is Essential\, the SBMA grant\, and more. \n  \nShayla-Vie Jenkins is a performer\, teacher\, and maker whose current research and practice explores blackness\, presence\, and liberation. Shayla-Vie performed with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company from 2005–2016. During her tenure\, the company received two ensemble New York Dance and Performance Awards for Chapel Chapter (2007) at Harlem Stage and for the “Outstanding Revival” of D-Man In The Waters (2013) at The Joyce Theater. She has restaged notable BTJAZ works at universities nationwide and continues to teach for the company at the American Dance Festival. Shayla-Vie has most recently performed in projects with Yara Travieso\, Ni’Ja Whitson\, Okwui Okpokwasili and Peter Born (Sitting on a Man’s Head)\, Yvonne Rainer (Part of Some Sextets)\, David Gordon (The Philadelphia Matter 1972/2020)\, and James Allister Sprang. She is an Assistant Professor in the School of Dance at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. URL: LOCATION:Christ Church Burial Ground\, 340 North 5th Street\, Philadelphia\, PA\, 19106\, United States CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Dance,Features,Free,Fringe Festival,Historical,Independently Produced,LGBTQ,Music,Outdoors,Theater,Type,Unique Venue,Wheelchair Accessible ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210909T000000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210923T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210728T203131Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210805T180723Z SUMMARY:Ghost Town: The Musical - A Concept Album DESCRIPTION:Olive lives in Mars\, Nebraska\, mourning the death of her mother. She and her girlfriend plan to move halfway across the country – until Olive encounters her town’s ghosts\, preserved only by the slivers of memory others possess of them. Olive finds herself stuck between uncovering the past and moving forward in life\, wondering – Is honoring the memory truly enough if you’re not still there to relive it? \nThis concept album presents the music of Ghost Town\, performed by milkmouth and an incredible team of vocalists and musicians. \n  \nShowtimes\nAvailable for Streaming – Sept 9\, 2021 7pm to Sept 23\, 2021 at Midnight  \nCredits\nBook Writer/Lyricist/Head Composer: Mae River Waldron\, Music Director/Composer/Sound Engineer: Randy Louise\, Composer/Instrumentalist: Lincoln Drew Millard\, Director/Producer/Production Manager: Emily Wanamaker\, Stage Manager: Becca Claire\, Vocalist (Olive): Malynne Smith\, Vocalist (Nellie)/Instrumentalist: Carleigh Spence\, Vocalist (Ghost I): Kashmir Reed\, Vocalist (Ghost II): Anna Faye Lieberman\, Vocalist (Ghost III)/Instrumentalist: Georgiana Summers\, Vocalist (Ghost IV): Courtney Bird\, Instrumentalist: John McDermott \n  \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 13+ \nContent Warnings: Discussion of death\, Grief\, Death of parent\, Depression. \n  \nAudience Instructions\nTicket buyers will be contacted with a link to stream the album and a password to access the stream after purchasing their ticket. \n  \nAbout the Artists\nMae River Waldron (they/them) is an interdisciplinary artist who mainly focuses on acting\, writing of all sorts\, composing\, and visual arts. Randy Pilato (they/them) is a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist. Linc Millard (he/they) is an actor\, musician\, circus performer\, and friend. Together\, they are milkmouth\, a Philly-based band behind the new musical Ghost Town\, with book and lyrics by Mae and music by the trio. \nEmily Wanamaker (she/her) is a Philly-based director\, playwright\, dramaturg\, and producer\, who’s been hanging around Ghost Town in some form or another for nearly two years. Along with her trusty insulin pump\, she’s ready to make art happen\, whether it’s through staging a production or creating spreadsheets. \nmilkmouth productions was created to support the development of Ghost Town: The Musical\, and we can’t wait to share this concept album with you. URL: LOCATION:The Internet CATEGORIES:2021,2021 Fringe Festival,Closed Captioning,Digital Fringe,Features,First Philly Fringe,Independently Produced,LGBTQ,Music,Musical Theater,Spooky,Theater,Type ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210909T000000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20211003T000000 DTSTAMP:20220626T135617 CREATED:20210806T211142Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210908T234110Z SUMMARY:It Doesn't Matter DESCRIPTION:It Doesn’t Matter is a live 60-minute comedy horror sleepover party with The Berserker Residents\, broadcast for 3 nights only on Instagram Live. Come for the games\, leave with the tears. Featuring veteran Fringe favorites Justin Jain\, Lee Minora\, and Bradley K. Wrenn\, with special surprise guests and YOU! \nToggle between accounts or watch one stream to get 3 very different perspectives of a grown-up sleepover party gone awry. \nViewed on Instagram Live only \nEach show experience different every night \nShowtimes\nThursday\, September 16th at 9pm\nFriday\, September 17th at 9pm\nSaturday\, September 18th at 9pm\n  \nCredits\nPerformer / Creator: Bradley K. Wrenn \nPerformer / Creator: Lee Minora \nPerformer / Creator: Justin Jain \n  \nContent Considerations\nAppropriate for Ages 18+ \n  \nAudience Instructions\nOne hour before every performance\, \nFollow @ThisJustin215 @LeeMinora @BradleyKristian \n  \nAbout the Artists\nThe Berserker Residents create original comedic productions that spring from improvisation and curiosity. We are guided by a desire to up-end theatrical conventions and create event-driven theater. The Berserker Residents are made up of three Philadelphia-based wizards of imagination – Justin Jain\, David Johnson\, and Bradley Wrenn. As collaborative performer-writers\, we aim to plow the depths of the ludicrous and downright silly with one hand\, while making a firm connection to our audiences with the other. We have been hailed as “daft\, ephemeral and joyous” by The Scotsman and have been praised for our “refusal to relinquish that unrefined creative spirit” by The New York Times. We are a Barrymore-nominated ensemble and have received commissions from Theater Horizon (PA)\, Ars Nova (NY)\, ASU Gammage (AZ) and The University of the Arts (PA). Our work has been published by Playscripts\, Inc. and presented at the Abrons Art Center (NY)\, The San Francisco Mime Troupe (CA)\, The Annenberg Center (PA)\, The Assembly (Scotland) and FringeArts (PA). URL: LOCATION:PA CATEGORIES:Comedy & Improv,Contemporary,Devised,Digital Fringe,Funny,Interactive,Mime/Clown,Theate,Theater,Type ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR