The Girl’s Guide to Neighborly Conduct
Thanks for joining us at the FringeArts Festival on September 10-12! The Girl’s Guide to Neighborly Conduct is a dynamic circus-theater exploration of how to greet strangers, when to take out the recycling, and what it means to find home. When a new neighbor moves into the rowhouse next door, six longtime housemates spark with conflict, romance, trapeze duets—and the need for a very modern etiquette manual.
Against a kinetic cityscape of suspended rope and silk walls, The Girl’s Guide to Neighborly Conduct investigates life’s unspoken rules, female strength, and what it means to live in community. Tangle’s innovative acrobats swing from trapezes, cartwheel across the dinner table, and lift each other out of trouble. Click here for more info!
Check out Tangle's past year of performance!
"Tangle Movement Arts has a record of quality-yet-accessible shows—simultaneously lovely and exhilarating." --Julie Zeglen, Philadelphia City Paper
"A distinctive brand of circus-dance-theater..." --Josh McIlvain, FringeArts blog
"Tangle Movement Arts turns a series of hanging loops into a stand-in for examining precarious relationships." --Brian Schaefer, the New York Times
"A striking presentation of artistry... luring the audience with intricate shapes and emotional authenticity." --TS Hawkins, the Queer Review