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"Show Up" is a self-aware one-man show about anxiety, depression, and trauma that is completely at the mercy of the audience. It was SO fun.
Jen Spillane's latest Fringe work features monotone but flowing and lyrical spoken word poetry.
See Marie Curie come to life in the exceptionally-written "Curie Me Away!" from Matheatre.
"Bad Poetry Night" features a cadre of beautifully terrible poets making hilariously bad art.
Tarot card readings, relationship banter and beer! 'Doppelbanger' is like talking to your best friend.
"The Blackface Project" tells the story of Bert Williams, the first black man on Broadway, and the humiliations he endured in the name of success.
An ancient Sumerian story is wielded as a weapon against authoritarianism in this Fringe entry from Animal Engine.
"Tales From the Cuckoo Club" is a complicated look at mental illness in young people — part of Cincinnati Fringe Festival's Fringe Next series.
In "90 Lies an Hour," Theatre Mobile's Paul Strickland flexes his tall tale storytelling prowess.
In "The Devil On the Wall or, That Time I Got Kidnapped," comedian Jamie Campbell's Cincinnati Fringe Festival entry, he nests multiple gut-punches in a comedic storytelling format.
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