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New York Times: Road Trip to FringeArts for Dance

Posted September 3rd, 2013

thesociety1Siobhan Burke tells New Yorkers that it’s time to head to Philadelphia for “New Fringe”–I suppose we are rechristened, after all.

Adding to the growing tradition of The New York Times sending its readers here for shows, Burke calls out four pieces in particular: Jo Stromgren’s “darkly funny physical theater production” The Society, Brian Sanders’ “different kind of mayhem” in Hush Now Sweet High Heels and Oak, Reggie Wilson’s premiere of Moses(es) and Colin Dunne’s “singular deconstruction of Irish dance” Out of Time. Story here.

–Nicholas Gilewicz

Photo by Knut Bry.

If You Don’t Know Now You Know: Mini Artist Profiles at Philly Post

Posted September 3rd, 2013

sobelle-the-object-lesson-2Philadelphia magazine’s Victor Fiorillo runs down 10 notable FringeArts performers worth checking out this year.

It’s a pretty good quick guide to some awesome shows this year, actually: Martha Stuckey of Pay Up, Gunnar Montana of Basement, McKenzie Maula of A Doll’s House, James Michael Baker of Ballad of Joe Hill, Geoff Sobelle of The Object Lesson, Jess Conda of Eternal Glamnation and Pay Up, Scott Sheppard of Go Long Big Softie, Mary Tuomanen of St. Joan, Betrayed, Kevin Glaccum of Dutch Masters, and Brian Sanders of Hush Now Sweet High Heels and Oak.

If you’re looking for somebody to pick some especially adventurous shows for you, you couldn’t do much better than Victor’s list.

–Nicholas Gilewicz

Photo of Geoff Sobelle by Lars Jan.