Tim Murphy’s Kuwaiti Moonshine is a dark one-man comedy/tragedy about teaching in Kuwait. Read the full review.
Dirk Darrow’s on the case in this one man comedy film noir magic murder mystery. Read the full review.
Mark Shyzer’s Fishbowl is one man, four characters, all very different, all very outrageous, all very… fringe? Read the full review.
We have officially made it to the end. Day 10 marks the penultimate day of Fringe. And there’s still so much to see! Plus we chat with a couple artists for the vlog and sit down for an extra long conversation with some of the people behind of one of this year’s hits: Space Mystery from Outerspace.Read the full review.
Mabel’s Last Performance sees former stage performer Mabel combat Alzheimer’s in a nursing home where she fights against a retirement she’s not yet ready for.Read the full review.
In Ken Godmere’s much hyped one-man show, Godmere is 89-yr old Vernus, a man just trying to cope in a world that’s long given him up and buy a birthday gift for his granddaughter. Read the full review.
It’s the end of days and three survivors comtemplate life in the CostMart. Read the full review.
John Grady tells the true story of a man and his dog; about love, loss, and overcoming. Read the full review.
A physical theatre show about our obsession with body image, by former Cirque de Soleil performer, Sandrine Lafond. Read the full review.
Nell is not only a singer but the voice behind a movement of knitters, knitting for the troops to keep morale up in WWII. Nell, however, hates knitting.Read the full review.