Just four more days for the 2015 Cincy Fringe. CityBeat’s
review team has been covering each show’s opening, giving Critic’s
Picks to “must-see” productions. Here are a half-dozen edited clips, in
case you need tips for shows to consider. Find more picks and full
reviews of the 40-plus productions at citybeat.com.
Although Tim Perrino and Rodger Pille are
schemers, failure is not on their radar. But creating a hit is
definitely what they have in mind as they prepare to launch the Warsaw
Federal Incline Theater — in fact, it seems they’ve had a lucky charm in
their hip pockets for the past three years.
Back in the 1950s, Lucy and Ricky Ricardo were a big TV
hit on I Love Lucy. To experience the fun — and what TV was like 60
years ago — you should head to the Aronoff Center, where you’ll get a
taste of what had America laughing.
Cincy Fringe is hot and heavy right now. If you’re planning to attend and want to get the scoop on some shows you might enjoy over the weekend, head to the CityBeat's Fringe hub, where reviews are being posted by a team of writers that I’m managing. We go to see the opening ...
Patsy Cline is the muse for Martin Dockery’s excellent script, Moonlight After Midnight.
The playwright and Vanessa Quesnelle perform this two-hander at 17 E.
Court St., a block south of Central Parkway, a vacant store space used
as a 2015 Fringe venue.