Nice and Fresh is April 29 and 30

“The best showcase for new performing arts in Philadelphia.” Phindie.com

Nice and Fresh brings new works of theater and dance by Philly’s most exciting performing artists and companies to unique venues in Mount Airy, Germantown and other Northwest Philadelphia neighborhoods.

Friday April 29 at 7pm TICKETS
Saturday April 30 at 6pm and 8pm TICKETS

ONLY $7!

On sale now at: fresh16.brownpapertickets.com

Cliveden
6401 Germantown Ave (enter on Cliveden)
Philadelphia, PA 19144

Mature audiences.

April’s show features:

Booth House (theater)
In short: Anna lands her first “real” job, a marketing coordinator in a historical house, but is unprepared for the highly toxic work environment. Performed by Steve Lippe, Ed Miller, Anna Flynn-Meketon. Written and directed by Josh McIlvain. SmokeyScout Productions

Ederlezi (dance)
In short: A dance for five that blends devotional, ritualistic, and swirling movement in a celebration of the spring season.
Dancers: Evalina Carbonell, Annielille Gavino-Kollman, Liu Mo, Meredith Stapleton, Asya Zlatina. Choreographed by Evalina Carbonell.

Fuerza (dance)
In short: A solo dance that peels back the layers of one’s soul. Choreographed & danced by Evalina Carbonell.

Tonkaya Ryabina  (dance)
In short: A dance about coping with loneliness and featuring a traditional Russian folk song. Choreographed and danced by Asya Zlatina.

Shooting a Dog (theater)
In short: A young woman deals with the fate of her dog after he bites the neighbor’s kid—and the consequences of her inaction. Performed by Melissa Rakiro. Written and directed by Josh McIlvain

Solipsism (multimedia)
In short: The search for the meaning of a word creates fissures in a seemingly stable relationship. Written by John Rosenberg. Soundscore by Andres Villamil with Mike Szekely on drums. Hella Fresh Theater.

Plus a new 7-minute exhibition by Iva Fabrikant.

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IMG_6886Evalina Carbonell in Fuerza. Photo by Bill Hebert.

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