Planet Connections presents its annual socially conscious arts festival, designed to invoke the power of creativity in motivating philanthropy, community outreach, and change. More…
This eco-friendly arts fest entertains while inspiring audiences to get involved. It supports a wide variety of causes, from Amnesty International to the Wildlife Conservation Society. This year's edition features 29 new works focused on different social causes. The lineup includes solo shows, satirical comedies, historical dramas, and more. Visit the festival's website for the comprehensive schedule.
See it if You need your fringe festivals. Highly recommend "...waiting", "Michael is black", and "HORSE". PCTF is always great
Don't see it if You don't like supporting local artists
See it if Go for Christ Detained, Floor Is Lava, Horses, Occasionally Nothing -- all edgy subversive fare.
Don't see it if You are looking for light comedy, technical effects, or conventional narrative.
See it if You like cheap, summer festivals, in regional-theatre-like spaces. Scheduled 4 shows; saw 3. I was 1 of 3 ppl, in the audience, for the 1st.
Don't see it if The space is not acoustic-friendly, hot, and seeing only a few audience members can take you out of it- all together. need progress n growth
See it if I saw "...waiting" and laughed the whole show. Strong cast and crew. Weirdly perfect indie gem
Don't see it if you get offended by curse words and drug content. But otherwise,Fun stuff
See it if This festival is the biggest indie theater fest happening the summer of 2017 -- since FringeNYC is on haitus.
Don't see it if You want a big spectacular -- this is top notch indie theater on a shoestring.
See it if You are looking to be entertained while simultaneously being intellectually challenged and emotionally touched.
Don't see it if You aren't willing to come out to see a wonderful show and life experience.
See it if You like to laugh, to be dazzled by beauty, to be inspired by ideas played out in time and space. (see Horse - it's quite extraordinary!)
Don't see it if you need tons of special effects.
See it if You are interested in seeing brand new socially relevant pieces that tackle today's hottest political, social and environmental issues.
Don't see it if You are looking to see more traditional theatrical or musical productions.
See it if You like hearing fresh, creative perspectives on life. Highly recommend "Snip/Cut/Tied," "d4rkly your retrorockets.." and "Glory of Living."
Don't see it if You're easily uncomfortable or queasy. This is where the magic happens because artists are fearless in trying new approaches to storytelling
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