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Ligature Marks (Critic's Pick)

Gideon Productions (Astoria, N.Y.)

0 Comments · Thursday, May 29, 2014
Ligature Marks kicks off my lineup for the 2014 Cincinnati Fringe 2014. I’m thrilled to say that it’s worth your consideration, the perfect Fringe show.   

Don’t Look Back

By Student’s Theater for Aid in Global Emergencies (Newport Central Catholic High School)

0 Comments · Thursday, May 29, 2014
 Don’t Look Back is an admirable thrust in taking on large issues and relating them to life experiences, especially lives at the juncture of childhood and adulthood, i.e., high school.  

How to Fold a Pleated Skirt: An Educational Guide

Susie Thiel Collaborative (Cleveland)

0 Comments · Thursday, May 29, 2014
The Susie Thiel Collaborative’s 2014 Cincinnati Fringe show provides about 50 minutes of well-crafted and mildly entertaining fare.   

Night Walkers

Homegrown Theater (Cincinnati)

0 Comments · Thursday, May 29, 2014
Theater is a medium that allows metaphor to really breathe, and Elizabeth Harris’ play does just that. The well-established Cincinnati playwright’s collaboration with Homegrown Theater proves to be a provocative, cerebral and often painful experience.   

TRAGEDY: a tragedy

New Edgecliff Theatre

0 Comments · Thursday, May 29, 2014
New Edgecliff Theatre returns to Fringe with Will Eno’s 2008 TRAGEDY: a tragedy in which a local television news anchor and three reporters in the field cover the unfolding media drama of “the event of ‘night.’” Is it merely nightfall as usual? Or does the apocalypse come under the cloak of darkness?  

Swimming in the Shallows (Review - Critic's Pick)

0 Comments · Saturday, June 8, 2013
The 2013 Fringe has provided a final showcase for a half-dozen talented performers to shine in their own light in a production of Adam Bock’s absurdist comedy.  

Confessions of a Cat Lady (with a side of crazy) (Review)

0 Comments · Saturday, June 8, 2013
Confessions of a Cat Lady is a high-speed Fringe experience — a weird, wild, very funny night of theater.  

This Is One Shitty Party (Review)

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 5, 2013
This is One Shitty Party isn't. But it isn't great either. The Fringe offering from New York City’s Endless Chili Productions bills itself as an immersive, interactive show about a 30th birthday party where the audience plays the role of guests and friends.  

Telephone: A Prequel to a Love Story (Review - Critic's Pick)

1 Comment · Monday, June 3, 2013
This smart, quick-moving, three-person show pulls in video to advance the plot and underline what's going on and frequently makes sly fun of theatrical conventions.  

Butcher Holler Here We Come (Review)

0 Comments · Monday, June 3, 2013
Brooklyn-based Aztec Economy’s production provides an intense, funny, scary, dark experience for a little over an hour regarding the effects of a cave collapse on five coal miners.   

Lolita: A Three Man Show (Review - Critic's Pick)

0 Comments · Monday, June 3, 2013
Four Humors’ Lolita achieves three remarkable things: It honors the source material; it let’s us know that the revered plot is downright horrifying; and it is side-splittingly hilarious from start to finish.
  

Mater Facit (Review)

0 Comments · Monday, June 3, 2013
Broken into about 10 scenes that are strung together only with that theme, the piece bounces between hokey humor, tuneful songs, Stomp-like dance sequences and good old-fashioned stand-and-deliver monologues.   

Petunia and Chicken (Review - Critic's Pick)

1 Comment · Monday, June 3, 2013
Sick of cynicism? Sarcasm overload? Impatient with imps and people who cut in line? You need a love-laden dose of Petunia and Chicken!  

Loon (Review - Critic's Pick)

0 Comments · Monday, June 3, 2013
Last year’s charming Wonderheads production of Grim and Fischer was one of the “Pick of the Fringe” winners, and deservedly so. If anything, Loon is even better   

The Elephant in My Closet (Review - Critic's Pick)

0 Comments · Saturday, June 1, 2013
The 2013 Fringe offering from New York City’s Keeping Watch company chronicles David Lee Nelson’s journey to arrive at the moment he comes out to his father as a Democrat.