Posts Tagged ‘Newsworks’

Festival Overviews from Newsworks and the Inquirer

Posted September 3rd, 2013

You aren’t the only one who’s noticed that this year’s Fringe Festival has grown even more expansive and international. Over at Newsworks, Howie Shapiro orients you to the 2013 Fringe Festival and offers 17 (I think) show picks. And at the Inquirer, David Patrick Stearns talks to just about everyone you know about this year’s fest and the expansion of FringeArts.

He also notes “the serene portrait of Jesus” that appears in our marketing material. And indeed, one must be careful. Sometimes, when you see the face of God, you have to take the entire arm off:

But you’re not a host for MIKE or BOB though, are you? Because if you are, you should’ve done a Fringe show about it…

–Nicholas Gilewicz

No Snooze in This News

Posted September 10th, 2012

Spooky spooktacular! Not really. But after the jump, coverage of Fringe in cemeteries, my friend Cherri interviews Jumatatu Poe for KYW, some top picks from our media posse, and more. Rounding up the roundups again, here we go:

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All Your Media Belong To Us

Posted September 7th, 2012

I guess we’re kind of like a big deal! You probably shouldn’t play this too loud if you’re at work (unless your workplace is awesome), but you definitely should read the articles after the jump, which number approximately the same as the shell casings in this Clipse video.

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