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"Martha" is a fictionalized (and humanized) account of the end of an entire species.
With note-perfect comedy, a cheeky send-up of the caper genre and a sincere tenderness at its core, Queen City Flash's “ZOINKS!” at Cincinnati Fringe Festival is more than worth your time.
Comedian Zach Dorn turns nostalgia into a one man variety show with his Cincinnati Fringe Festival entry, "Let's Prank Call Each Other."
"This House Will Never Let Us Go," a Cincinnati Fringe Festival entry from Gideon Productions, explores the sacrifices we make to reconnect with ourselves.
Lormarev Jones taps into the frustrations of fellow women who kicked off the "Millennial" generation at Cincinnati Fringe Festival.
Let Alexx Rouse be your in-flight entertainment with "Stow Your Baggage" at Cincinnati Fringe Festival.
"Descent: A Murder Ballad" is an excellent Cincinnati Fringe Festival entry from Hannah Gregory with a stellar cast of actors doubling as musicians.
In Schedule C Shows' "Puppets Should Speak," relationships breakdown when a boyfriend (an actual ventriloquist's dummy) stops communicating. It's all very Cincinnati Fringe Festival.
In "Walking While Black in Moscow," Les Kurkendaal-Barrett relates what he learned about the challenges of being a person of color who is gay in a place where the former is rare and the latter is dangerous.
Cincinnati Fringe Festival is now underway, entirely digital. In "Hive Mind," Performance Gallery and Solasta Theatre Lab take a look at quarantine life from an unusual perspective.
Kari E. McLean