There are more doors than usual this weekend, right in the middle of the eighth annual Cincinnati Fringe Festival. If you're looking for a recommendation or two, I suggest you check out CityBeat's Fringe review website.
The shows recommended so far include Curriculum Vitae, Headscarf and the Angry Bitch (pictured), Missing and Peyote Business Lunch. Others that could be worth your time are Denali, Darker (by New Edgecliff Theatre) and Melancholy Play, the local premiere of an early work by prize-winning playwright Sarah Ruhl, presented by the acting intern company at Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati.
But don't rely completely on the recommendations of others. Read about shows and pick one that strikes your fancy (flip through the official Fringe program here and CityBeat's preview stories here and here). That's the beauty of Fringe: The serendipity of exploration and finding something that resonates with your own sense of drama or humor.