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'Two Truths' is a truly original celebration of performance art.
While I can tell you this play was ingenious, I can’t say it wasn’t absolutely infuriating.
The show doesn’t rest its laurels on “gotcha” scares. There is much more going on beyond the “whodunnit” aspect that evolves throughout the play.
His redemption, as a white privileged man dipping his toe in the testy waters of race discussion, is that he never forgives anything, including himself.
In this powerful solo show, the audience is faced with the reality of solitary confinement it’s ability to break the human spirit and drive a person mad.
Velveteen is witty, humorous, and causes one to think about the essence of the human condition, within the context of the state of our world in 2017.
Sa'idah is not a comfortable show. I would argue those are the best kind Cincinnati Fringe Festival has to offer.
Mental illness has a life of its own in this creative work written and directed by Cincinnati-local Vicky Alcorn.
Raucous good fun, featuring marsupial foils and a tribute to one of the most beloved legends attributed to Cincinnati’s most recent U.S. President.
Kari E. McLean