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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.
"Quit While You're Ahead," from A to Z Productions, takes a starkly rational view of suicide, weighing the pros and cons with semi-empirical data.
"Paul and Erika's HOUSE SHOW," from Theatre Mobile in Cincinnati, demonstrates what to do when there's really no way of knowing what to do.
For their entry in 2020's digital Cincinnati Fringe Festival, Pones use dance in empty spaces to underscore the surreal times we're living through.
"m-o-u-s-e" is an exploration of the Disney monolith from the perspective of a future archaeologist and the mouse who inspired Mickey.
For their entry in this year's Cincinnati Fringe Festival, Queen City Flash ask what it means to lose something, and what it means to find it again.
Revisiting a story from 2012, Tommy “Rev Nuge” Nugent's experiences at a protest seem urgently relevant again.
Cincinnati’s own Ben Dudley packs wit and wisdom into an animated history lesson with modern day messages.
From The Queer Feminists Next Door, "Dream&" is driven by a need for connection and the idea that finding happiness starts from within.
Martin Dockery shows how great storytelling can be with all wit and almost no props in his Cincinnati Fringe Festival entry, "Forbidden City!"
Kari E. McLean