Interview: Nick Stuccio

Poster: Philly FringeThis week Ana Maria interviews Nick Stuccio, the Producing Director of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, which runs from September 1-16th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In this podcast, Nick talks about the artists performing in this year’s festival, the diversity and significance of venues and his favorite festivals (besides Philly Fringe).

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2 Responses to “Interview: Nick Stuccio”

  1. Jonathan Secor
    August 24th, 2006 08:54

    Philly Rocks!

    Great festival, though it seems like it gets more mainstream each year. In looking at this year’s line up it also seems like there is less site specific happenings each year, which for me really made the Philly Fringe festival special. That said this is still one of my favorite festivals largely because it seems manageable yet remains funky.

    Great interview, though I am somewhat biased.


  2. KadmusArts Picks » Blog Archive » Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe
    September 1st, 2008 03:11

    [...] Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe offer an amazing buffet of live performance. Disco Descending, created by Karen Getz, sets the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice against a Saturday Night Fever backdrop. To experience Kate Watson-Wallace’s piece titled Car, you need to go to Parking Garage #40, get a ticket from the parking attendant, and get in a car with three other passengers. From the Fringe, Brian Sanders/JUNK perform Flushdance, an alternative take on the classic 80s film starring Jennifer Beals. Cap it all off at the Festival Bar, where you can mingle with fellow festival travelers. Fringe podcast on KadmusArts. Find all festivals in Philadelphia! [...]

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