JUNK is proud to offer Free Fringe Philly 10 FREE TICKETS to each nights performance of Skein Of Heart.
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Act Name: Skein of Heart
Running Time: Skein of Heart runs approximately 35 minutes with an additional (and optional) post show adventure ranging from 15 - 50 minutes.
Location: JUNK THEATER, 2040 Christian Street
Accessibility: This is not wheelchair accessible.
Venture through this multi-sensory, diabolical indoor maze designed for the 70s rocker-at-heart.
Part maze, part performance, part musical homage; in this polarizing world where right is wrong
and good is bad, enter the labyrinth to discover the beautiful monster that lies within. Created
from decaying hearts and the unsolvable mystery of love, be warned, those who venture
through the maze inevitably leave a piece of their heart within its metal walls, twisting and
turning and pulsating to the beat of a cryptic hard-rock love ballad.
Please note, this is a physical adventure and guests must be able to walk about the space and
climb stairs. Unfortunately, our venue is not wheelchair accessible. This experience includes
heavy use of music, strobe lighting, fog, and may not be suitable for all visitors.
Skein of Heart marks the 20th anniversary of JUNK’s first Fringe performance. Following the
maze guests are invited to “Fringe: 20 Years Later” a talkback with artist Brian Sanders, during
which we will announce some exciting new projects at JUNK! Additionally, some guests may
choose to take part in beta-testing for an Escape Room (50 mins) or a VR Experience (10-15
Seating: RSVP with LINK available August 15th.
Ticket link IF you have: https://www.artful.ly/store/events/18376
Capacity: 10 Free Fringe Philly Tickets per show.
Additional Venue Notes: This a physical show and guests are required to walk about the space.
Dates and Times: Thursday the 5th, 12, 19th, at 8pm
Saturday the 7th, 14th, 21st, at 10pm
Sunday the 8th, 15th, 8pm
Brian Sanders’ JUNK is known for their ingenious use of found objects and clever inventions that bridge the gap between dance and physical theater. Sanders’ choreography blends traditional dance theater with an inventiveness and physicality that gives reason for critics to hail JUNK as “Philly’s most imaginative perpetrator of dare-devilish physical theater” and declare Sanders as “the city’s most exciting choreographer.” JUNK maintains its home season in Philadelphia, PA each fall as a mainstay of the FringeArts Festival.