Originally created with Center support for the 2012 FringeArts Festival, Georgia Tech Arts now presents Thaddeus Phillips’ Red-Eye to Havre de Grace at the Ferst Center for the Arts.
Produced by 2002 Pew Fellow Thaddeus Philiips, Red-Eye to Havre de Grace is an original musical about the delirious final days of Edgar Allen Poe’s life, which he spent traveling by train between New York and Richmond. With creative input from Minneapolis-based composers Jeremy and David Wilhelm, actors Ean Sheehy and Sophie Bortolussi, and Teller, of magic duo Penn & Teller, Red-Eye to Havre de Grace has been praised by New York Times critic Charles Isherwood as being “among the most original musical theater works I’ve seen in years.”
Janine Antoni creates work in performance art, sculpture, and photography.
FringeArts presents the Philadelphia premieres of the second and third works in a trilogy by world-renowned experimental theater artist Romeo Castellucci at its 2013 and 2014 festivals.
Four artists of Arab heritage will come together in an international collaboration to create new poetry, music, and visual art works grappling with notions of displacement.
Founded in 1969, Kùlú Mèlé African Dance and Drum Ensemble seeks to preserve, present, and build upon the dance and music of Africa and the African Diaspora.
The world premiere of Tony Award-winning playwright John Guare’s Lydie Breeze Cycle, an epic trilogy about an American family, set between the Civil War and the birth of 20th-century industrialism, will be performed in a consecutive cycle for the first time.
Thaddeus Phillips (Pew Fellow, 2002) creates theater works that use transformational scenography, documentary footage, and improvisation to peer into not-often seen worlds.
Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble created new costumes and re-orchestrated the music for the company’s Carpathian dances.
Peter Saul (b. 1934 in San Francisco) is a painter best known for his lush, satirical, Pop-Surrealist cartoon style, described by The New York Times as “an artist’s artist.”
Peter d’Agostino is a multimedia artist and a 1992 Pew Fellow.
Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design fosters the study, exploration, and management of the arts: media, design, the performing, and visual.
Two recently completed Center-supported projects have released publications documenting artistic collaborations and community engagement processes.
Dutch artist Jeanne van Heeswijk will initiate collaborations that reimagine Philadelphia’s changing landscape through a series of installations and events across the city, laying the foundation for an installation that will activate the Museum’s Perelman Building.