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You’ve still got until Saturday to enjoy the Fringe Festival

Anomie Fatale's "Musician, Model & Medical Experiment" is one must-see among several.

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Philly’s 2015 theater season: Rizzo, Warhol, and Octavia turned gospel opera

Just about every single theater and dance company gives us at least one production this fall. Here are the ones you should snatch some tickets for

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Fringe Festival review: Gunnar Montana’s “Purgatory”

If you’ve ever been forced to attend church, especially as a Catholic, one sniff of liturgical incense will take you back to that institutional obligation.

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Fringe Festival review: “Still Standing You”

A truly fascinating and memorable mix of dance and theater. It was hard not to smile even while walking in, as the ushers prepped us for entering the theater at the Painted Bride asking us to be quiet/unwrap candies/turn off phones, because Garrido was sitting comfortably on Ampe’s feet as he lay on the ground with his legs perpendicular to the floor.

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Can’t miss: Mauckingbird’s stage reading of Larry Kramer’s “The Normal Heart”

If you’re queer and vaguely interested in theater, there are a few giants that dominate the canon: Tony Kushner, Mart Crowley, Terrence McNally, Tennessee Williams and Edward Albee to name a few—at least on the gay male front.

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GayFest is coming! And you better be ready

Quince Productions always packs it in come August with an impressive array of programming, from full-fledged theater to One Night Stands and staged readings. It’s a lot, but in a great, gay way. GayFest, a perennial favorite in the LGBTQA theater community and beyond, may only be a glimmer in your periphery because of the…

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Opera Philadelphia kicks off summer with ‘Charlie Parker’s YARDBIRD’

Charlie Parker is easily one of the most iconic jazz artists of a certain generation. Lovingly referred to as “Yardbird” or simply “Bird,” his saxophonic prowess is damn near unparalleled.

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13 can’t-miss theater happenings

While most of our fine local theater outfits take a break until the fall, opportunities to catch amazing productions on stages across the city still abound.

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Roni Koresh’s “Aftershock” led to some unexpected truths

The renowned choreographer’s personal exploration of leaving his mother country of Israel for America’s shores comes to the stage for two nights.

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Spring theater in Philly: 10 shows to thrill & delight

From Edward Albee to Dirty Dancing and The Lion King

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