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August 24, 2012

The 2012 Feastival Returns To Benefit The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival And Philly Fringe, Wednesday, September 12

The 2012 Audi Feastival, the annual fundraising event that brings together Philadelphia’s outstanding culinary and artistic realms to benefit the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe, returns to the scene on Wednesday, September 12. Set this year at Pier 9 on North Columbus Boulevard, Feastival include live auctions and more than 75 of the [...]

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July 24, 2012

Tickets Now On Sale For The 2012 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival And Philly Fringe, September 7-22

The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe is back, September 7-22, with 16 days of more than 180 dance, theater, visual arts, music and spoken-word presentations performed in venues from traditional stages to street corners, cars, galleries, cabarets and restaurants. In conjunction with the Fringe, which welcomes any and all artist submissions, the Philadelphia [...]

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December 23, 2011

The Philadelphia Fringe Festival Launches “Scratch Nights,” Free Monthly Live Arts Events Featuring Food, Drinks And Cross-Genre Performances

Thought the Philadelphia Fringe Festival was a once-yearly fall event? You thought wrong. The festival has launched Scratch Nights, a new venture to keep Philadelphia’s artistic blood flowing all year long. Scratch Nights are free, monthly events that are the next generation of the 2nd Thursday series at the Live Arts Brewery. There will be [...]

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September 16, 2011

Weekend Picks: Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show And Block Party, Temple Vs. Penn State, Restaurant Week, Last Call For Fringe Fest And More

It’s set to be a gorgeous, crisp weekend, with lots of outdoor fun to help you maximize the remaining weeks of coat-free weather. But indoors and out, there is a lot to do this weekend, from another blockbuster Saturday in Rittenhouse Square to your last chance to catch Fringe shows to several fresh fall festivals. [...]

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September 13, 2011

Reminder: TRACES, A Nationally Acclaimed Urban Acrobatics Show, Hits The Merriam Theater Stage September 15-18

7 Fingers, a Montreal-based circus arts company, is bringing their high-energy urban acrobatics show TRACES to the Philadelphia Live Arts and Philly Fringe Festival this week, September 15-18 at the Merriam Theater. The show was performed to 8 million spectators on NBC’s top-rated talent search “America’s Got Talent” on July 20, and cast members also [...]

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September 13, 2011

Fringe Pick: The Festival Bar + Social Club, Happening Nightly At RUBA Hall In Northern Liberties

The Festival Bar + Social Club brings together Festival artists and audiences after-hours each night of the Fringe Festival at RUBA Hall (416 Green St, one block north of Spring Garden), an intimate bar and performance space in Northern Liberties. The Festival Bar serves as a versatile space for Fringe Festival goers to unwind, enjoy [...]

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September 12, 2011

Our Guide To The Fringe This Week: An Inventive Parisian Puppet Show, A Collection Of One-Act Plays, A Murder Mystery And More

To assist you in selecting from the hundreds of events and activities going on during the 16-day Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe, we’ve been posting our picks for specific Fringe shows as well as roundup guides to family-friendly Fringe events, Fringe shows in unusual locations and top picks for performances by international artists. [...]

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September 12, 2011

Fringe Pick: PIFA’s Paris Wheels And The Ready-Maids Present: Not The Henri Rousseau That Some Of You Know Is Back By Popular Demand

It’s a PIFA return engagement not to be missed even if you saw it during round one: Paris Wheels and the Ready-Maids Present: Not the Henri Rousseau That Some of You Know. The fun factor is as amped as the title is long. Glimpse Paris through the eyes of Henri Rousseau, with dance puppetry, music [...]

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September 8, 2011

Fringe Pick: Too Darn Hot, An All-Women Tap Dance Revue Tonight At Bistro Romano

Too Darn Hot, a new show co-produced by Philadelphia tap dancers Pamela Hetherington and Kat Richter, makes its debut at this year’s Fringe Festival with two performances tonight, 5:30 and 8 p.m., in the cozy cabaret on the third floor of Society Hill’s Bistro Romano. The evening will feature both choreographed and improvised works performed [...]

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September 7, 2011

Philadelphia Live Arts’ Zon-Mai To Open Tomorrow With A Reception Featuring Food Trucks, Free Beer & Wine And Films On 20-Foot Screens

What do you get when you combine a former pumping station, 20-foot-high screens, 21 dancers and food trucks? The grand gallery opening of Zon-Mai, the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival’s first-ever visual arts exhibition. Set inside a former pumping station opposite the new Race Street Pier, the gigantic multimedia show is exhibited in a house of [...]

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