A.D. Amorosi has been covering the scene for more than three decades, and every two weeks he’ll bring to the fore the boldest music, theater, comedy, exhibitions, literature, dance and performance art Philly has to offer.
Over the next two weeks, this city will be awash in men in eyeball costumes (The Residents), bleak poetesses (Lydia Lunch) and a soulful avant-garde Mexican musical act (Natalia Lafourcade Silva), offering plenty of chances for fun and frolic.
Alex Torra Team Sunshine Performance Corporation’s ¡Bienvenidos Blancos! (Welcome, White People!)
Thursday, April 26 to Saturday, April 28
FringeArts, 140 N. Columbus Blvd.
Torra, the Cuban-American onetime member of Philly’s Pig Iron Theater, conceived a bilingual underground history lesson where racy races, cultural exploitation and monetary embargoes meet in a free-for-all, occasionally musical event.
Thursday, April 26
The Foundry at The Fillmore, 29 E Allen St.
There are few bands that’ve