All 3 Panorama Fringe Shows

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All 3 Panorama Fringe Shows

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See three plays by three theatre companies.
All under one roof during the Philly Fringe.

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In its first year, Philly's Panorama Arts Collective has settled in an old factory building, constructed their own studios from scratch, and are now producing three unique plays for the Philly Fringe Fest.

Charles Darwin goes out in search of the yeti, a bat tries to woo the electromagnetic spectrum, and Smokey Robinson plays on the radio in THE 7-PERSON CHAIR PYRAMID HIGH WIRE ACT is a 2-person play written by Donna Oblongata that's toured the U.S., New Zealand, and Europe to much acclaim.

Behind the curtained window of a Moscow apartment, four terrorists plot to assassinate a tyrant in Gil Johnson's new translation of THE JUSTAlbert Camus' post-war parable that asks if justice can grow from the ashes of murder, or if hate can be a weapon in the service of love.

Witness one woman spacewalk through a sea of red Netflix sleeves and iron oxide dust in ONE WAY RED, Dani Solomon’s solo show directed by Mason Rosenthal in collaboration with a dozen other artists who have concocted a constellation of Mars-inspired happenings that feed into this all new piece of devised theatre about the Red Planet.

All shows presented at the Panorama performance space as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, September 9-25. You pick the showtimes and your tickets will be held at the venue, 5213 Grays Ave in Southwest Philly. This $30 ticket price is a $23 savings off of the full combined box office price and will be available for a limited time.