Thank you for an incredible 2023 Fringe Festival! Stay tuned for information about 2024.
This performance has been canceled.
Join us for a public procession, spit-roast, and comedic takedown of capitalism. A giant sculpture of a hog leads the way to a festive evening of food, drinks, and local comedians. Bring your best punchlines to add to the mix.
At 5:45 PM, start at the Icebox Project Space for the the half-mile procession.
At 6:30 PM, come to the MAAS building for food, drinks, and comedy.
Cannonball, produced by Almanac Dance Circus Theatre, is the first and largest independent festival hub of the Philadelphia Fringe that presents risk-taking independent artists in back-to-back performances next to delicious lounge spaces, fostering creative collisions and community conversation.
1320 N 5th St
General Admission: FREE
Paige Phillips (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist, educator, and cultural organizer. Her artwork is at the intersection of the performing and visual arts, engaging most frequently with dance, installation, and film. Through historical examinations, she seeks to complicate narratives and blur binaries. She has exhibited across the United States and abroad in Singapore, Nepal, Thailand, and Hungary. Paige has taught at institutions such as Rowan University, International School Bangkok, and The Ohio State University. She is currently a curator of participatory public artwork at Mural Arts, and vice president of the board of directors at Mascher Space Cooperative.
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This event does not require proof of vaccination to attend or masks to be worn