And the champagne bottle won’t smash on the bow of the 2011 Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe until tomorrow! >>>For Philadelphia Magazine, Victor Fiorillo writes up ten of the most talented Live Arts and Philly Fringe artists, including Geoff Sobelle (Elephant Room), Sebastienne Mundheim (Paris Wheels and The Ready-Maids present . . . Not… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Lady M
I cannot believe that the 2011 Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe open on FRIDAY. Cripes. We have a bunch of great stories in the pipeline for you that will pique your interest in some cool shows, but in the meantime, check out this advance press: >>>Our fearless leader Nick Stuccio loves all shows equally…. Read more »
I asked outgoing Festival intern and alleged funny person Lulu Krause for her thoughts on what a number of 2011 Live Arts Festival shows were all about. Her video responses indicate something funny indeed. Humorous, though? You’ll have to watch to decide. First up is Lady M. –NG Lady M runs September 1 through 4… Read more »
Ooh, pics from Lady M set designer Lisi Stoessel! The show runs at the 2011 Live Arts Festival from September 1 through 9 at the Arts Bank, 601 S. Broad Street, Center City. 7:00 pm, $25 to $30. Here’s a teaser; click through for more.
So one of the secrets of latter day lazy bloggers (only sometimes us! often we work hard!) is the Google News Alert. Lately, my robotic monitoring of Swim Pony Performing Arts–which is bringing Lady M to the 2011 Live Arts Festival–has yielded a disproportionate number of links to the 86th (!) Annual Chincoteague Pony Swim,… Read more »
Last week, I, Lulu, along with fellow intern Jason Magnes, joined the cast of Lady M in their vocal warm up. We also spoke with director Adrienne Mackey about the Roy Hart Technique, a vocal technique that trains actors to access new and unexplored areas of their voices. And so, without further adudes, here is… Read more »
Over the past two weeks, I’ve spent some time with Adrienne Mackey and her witches. Yes, I may have brought a pitchfork to the first rehearsal. Yes, I’d planned to unleash a group of angry villagers on the witches. Yes, I was embarrassed when I found out that the witches weren’t real. The witches are,… Read more »