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Live Arts and Philly Fringe: Leah Stein’s Japan House/Philadelphia Dance Performance

Leah Stein Dance Company presents an on-site production at the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden that fuses dance and historic locality to inspire a new perception of the arts.

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'Jester's Dead' creators talk 'Top Gun' and Shakespeare at 2010 Philly Fringe Festival

After a year and a half of hard work and endless preparation, Nat McIntyre and Rhett Henckel (pictured) – two veterans of the Old Globe Theatre  in San Diego - will finally see a private joke become a reality:

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Candy-Coated Conversations with Naja: Philly Fringe Edition

“Sweet Like Chocolate: Poetry In Motion II” is the name of Karen Moore-Williams’ debut Philly Fringe Performance which begins September 17th and runs through September 19th. I’m not one to habitually exploit clichés, but when talking to Moore-Williams (who, when letting harmonious poetry escape her lips onstage, goes by the name Naja) one can’t help but to think that her tone of voice is a mirror image of the show’s headline.

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Lights. Camera. Action!

While there are a ton of great stand-up comics and improv troupes in Philly, the heart of the local comedy scene lies with the city’s many great sketch comedy groups. One of the best of the many talented local groups is The Action Section. The Action Section will be performing during this year’s Fringe Festival. The name of their show is “Life,” which details childhood, growing up, becoming an adult and death.

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