STRATAGEMS for COMMON PEOPLE

STRATAGEMS poster

STRATAGEMS for COMMON PEOPLE
 A Pop Up Performance of New Theater and Dance Works

Performed Friday April 5 at 7pm and 9pm and Saturday April 6 at 7pm and 9pm

Moving Arts of Mount Airy
6819 Greene St, Philadelphia
Corner of Greene St & Carpenter La (across from Weavers Way Co-op)

Anna Watson performs in For The Dogs by Josh McIlvain. Photo by Said Johnson.

Anna Watson in For The Dogs. Photo by Said Johnson.

STRATAGEM #1: For The Dogs
One woman’s intricate emotions involving debt, dogs, and love come into full view in this humorous new one-act, one person play written and directed by Josh McIlvain. Performed by Anna Watson.

Watch the video!

“Director Josh McIlvain has a gift for creating improbable situations that keep getting more absurd.” Philadelphia City Paper

Shannon Murphy in Parade of Traces

STRATAGEM #2: Parade of Traces
Dancers create environments that get left behind, vanish without a trace, or linger in the air—pushing themselves to examining their own edges. A new dance work choreographed and directed by Shannon Murphy of idiosynCrazy productions. Performed by Shannon Murphy and Michele Tantoco.

“The talented Shannon Murphy stole the show.” Phillist

John Rosenberg

STRATAGEM #3: Quando Sei Qui, Se Fossi di Famiglia 
Two servers from Olive Garden wait in line to celebrate a birthday at the Cheesecake Factory. A new one act play written and directed by John Rosenberg of Hella Fresh Theater. With Sarah Rosenberg and Sebastian Cummings.

“An impetuous playwright [who] takes a radical approach to independent Philly theater.” Philadelphia City Paper

Advisory: This shows contains mature language and themes.

See full artist bios here!

VIEW COMPLETE STRATAGEMS HERE AND BE ON YOUR WAY TO VICTORY

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