Almanac Dance Circus Theatre’s Cannonball Returns Bigger and Better than Ever With Two Venues and More Artists

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Almanac Dance Circus Theatre’s Cannonball Returns Bigger and Better than Ever With Two Venues and More Artists

Launching the second year of Cannonball, the Almanac Dance Circus Theatre opens up spaces for diverse performance artists to reach new audiences at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival this September. Here are some of the shows we can look forward to next month!
Almanac Dance Circus Theatre, the Philadelphia-based performing arts ensemble,  dives back into the Philadelphia Fringe Festival this year with the return of Cannonball. This second annual festival is an independently run Fringe Hub. Running September 1-30, including a week of performances before the official start of Fringe, Cannonball features more than 300 performances of over 65 shows, spanning circus, dance, theater, film, and more. Cannonball returns to the Maas Building in Philadelphia from September 8-30, and for the first time will present programming at the nearby Icebox Project Space at Crane Arts from September 1-18. Events will take place indoors and outdoors. Cannonball presents risk-taking independent artists in back-to-back performances next to delicious lounge spaces, fostering creative collisions and community conversation. Cannonball disrupts traditional arts presenting models by centering artist-to-artist curation, pooling, and redistributing resources t...
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