[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] May Scratch Night + more!
alexa at fringearts.com
Fri Apr 28 13:42:09 EDT 2017
It’s gonna be a a good night at FringeArts. Don’t miss out!
Monday, May 1
Arts Industry Happy Hour <https://www.facebook.com/events/251195942018870/>
Come decompress with other artists and arts professionals. Talk shop or
don’t, just enjoy one of La Peg’s tasty (and cheap!) drinks while you do.
FringeArts and La Peg Brasserie at FringeArts are teaming up to offer
delicious discounted drink specials to celebrate the work artists and arts
professionals are doing all over the city. Join us!
Scratch Night <http://fringearts.com/event/may-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.
Line up for the night:
The Flannel Chucks by Betty Smithsonian
A Letter to White America by Baker & Tarpaga Dance Project/Esther
Baker-Tarpaga & Nikia Camp
GREAT AGAIN by The Antidote
Pre-Cut Shapes by Sean Thomas Boyt and Meredith Stapleton
Silencing the Tide by Olive Prince Dance
DEEP SPACE LOVE SONG by TOLVA
FREE/ Suggested Donation
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,
La Peg Mezzanine
$5 Cash only at the door
ALSO NEXT WEEK
Two distinct ensemble-driven shows that fuse acrobatics, storytelling, and
daring physicality by Almanac in collaboration with Mexican choreographer
and theater artist Emmanuel Becerra.
Fronteras: An Homage to Whatshername
<http://fringearts.com/event/homage-to-whatshername/> (May 3, 8pm)
Fronteras: A Door in the Desert
<http://fringearts.com/event/fronteras-door-desert/> (May 5, 8pm)
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