[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Come celebrate the first Monday of March with FringeArts
alexa at fringearts.com
Fri Mar 3 13:40:32 EST 2017
Join us Monday March 6th for a great night full of drinks, networking, and
brand new performances.
Artist/Venue Mixer <https://www.facebook.com/events/1847723145503562/>
FringeArts is hosting an informal gathering for potential venues,
interested artists, registered artists and community representatives. We
have a full bar with awesome happy hour prices and will provide plenty of
opportunity to find the perfect venue for your show!
Scratch Night <http://fringearts.com/event/march-scratch-night-2/>
The popular, long running works-in-progress series on the first Monday of
Come see a roster of Philly’s most talented artists perform new material
from shows they are working on in this fast-paced sampling of contemporary
theater, dance, performance art, and everything in between. Scratch Night
features short performances by four-to-six companies/artists, offering an
inside look at the future of performance.
FREE/ Suggested Donation
Line up for the night:
The Case For Invagination by Nicole Bindler
Onion Dances by Talia Mason
The Riddle Of How To Dress by Justin Rose
CONTAINERTOPIA by Julia Frey & Sam Day Harmet (Casual FreyDay)
Lick My Gun by Zornitsa Stoyanova a.k.a. Here[begin] Dance
I’m not myself today by Plant Me Here
Artist Family Dinner
Let's feed each other. Come hang out with your colleagues and collaborators
in the arts community to share a meal and conversation. What are you
thinking about? What are you working on? How have you been?
For $5 you get a family-style meal provided by La Peg Chef Peter Woolsey.
Drinks not included, but cash bar will be open so you can grab a drink with
Come for Scratch Night, stay for the food and conversation. Come for the
food, stay for a drink. The options are endless. The meals are first come,
$5 Cash only at the door
La Peg Mezzanine
8:00-9:30PM (right after Scratch Night)
LATER THIS WEEK
Enter code artist15 at checkout to get $15 tickets to the following show.
It’s So Learning <http://fringearts.com/event/its-so-learning-11/> (March
The Berserker Residents
Expect no pity here! Heads down, we’re taking attendance!
Welcome to The SimEdu Center, where you, the audience, will be tested,
screened, and hung out to dry in preparation for your upcoming K-12
education. With the audience sitting in fifty child-sized classroom chairs
and surrounded by black boards, It’s So Learning is a highly interactive
and wild, comedic ride that guides you through the idiosyncratic
absurdities of the nation’s school system. Pencils down, idiots!
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