Starting this weekend, the Live Arts Festival brings a host of the best modern dance and experimental theater from around the world to Philadelphia
John Wilkes Booth is quite the man about town these days—or about the theater, and in two towns, really. Luigi Creatore’s An Error of the Moon, about John and his brother Edwin, plays through October 10 at the Beckett Theater in New York, directed by
There are no chickens anywhere on the superbly decorated submarine on which Charlotte Ford’s CHICKEN takes place—no real chickens, and no metaphorical ones, either. Lauren Dubowski reviews the show.
As a preview, Lauren Dubowski talks with the Festival’s Producing Director, Nick Stuccio, about what’s new and exciting in the Live Arts this year.
Philadelphia’s New Paradise Laboratories is working on a new project, FATEBOOK. Here’s the description from the website: A performance theatre work presented by the 2009 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival. The performance is live, both in cyberspace and in real-space. The audience attends in both places.
2009 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival & Philly Fringe, which will run from September 4 – 19 in venues throughout the city announced its line-up today. This year, the curated Live Arts Festival features fifteen cutting-edge works of dance, theater, and music from Philadelphia and New York