Spooky spooktacular! Not really. But after the jump, coverage of Fringe in cemeteries, my friend Cherri interviews Jumatatu Poe for KYW, some top picks from our media posse, and more. Rounding up the roundups again, here we go:
Posts Tagged: This Town is a Mystery
Another piece of Newsworks’s coverage of This Town is a Mystery is this excellent interview with Andrew Simonet and Amy Smith of Headlong Dance Theater, and with the Aryadareis themselves. Watch: This Town is a Mystery opens Friday, September 7 and runs every night of the festival. Locations vary, but all will be revealed to… Read more »
It’s that time in a young cowboy/cowgirl’s life where we round up the roundups, as the Festivals are about to begin. Here’s some press and press-sorting of shows to help guide your way through the next three weeks: >>>The South Philly Review has a beautiful cover story on the Aryadareis, one of the families performing… Read more »
Well, not curbed, thank the gods. But Curbed Philly has a really nice piece on Headlong Dance Theater’s 2012 Live Arts Show, This Town is a Mystery. Check it out here. –Nicholas Gilewicz This Town is a Mystery runs September 7 through 22 at four different households throughout Philadelphia. All shows 7:00 pm; $35.
Actually, do they hang out? I don’t even know. But in the department of PHILLY IS SO REAL, the arbiters of the very best of us, Philadelphia Magazine, gives the propers where the propers are due in their Best of Philly 2012 issue. BEST DANCE COMPANY: Headlong Dance Theater, with a plug for their 2012… Read more »
At the 2012 Live Arts Festival, Headlong Dance Theater is taking it way indoors with This Town is a Mystery. Motivated by the fight against urban anonymity, this performance takes place in four different Philadelphia households, performed by the families that live therein. To get us started down this path, the show’s blog introduces us… Read more »