Tone-deaf and half-baked, Ivo van Hove’s adaptation of “The Fountainhead” flounders onstage
Philadelphia’s Fringe Festival is comprised of two types of fringe-ing. There’s the Independent/Neighborhood Fringe–which is Fringe as we typically understand it, independent producers sprawled all over the city making weird experimental pieces. Then there’s the Curated Fringe, which consists of productions FringeArts has invested money
Andy on “Roman Tragedies” at BAM and what dance can learn from Beck and the Grateful Dead.
Ivo van Hove’s “Cries and Whispers” and William Forsythe’s “I don’t believe in outer space” are the first can’t-miss shows of Next Wave
I have to work at ye olde day-jobbe so this is by necessity a quick one. Saw Ivo Van Hove’s Opening Night at BAM last night. It was AMAZING. Go check it out. It is playing until the 6th.