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Writer and performer of theater and comedy, Paul Strickland's newest Cincinnati Fringe offering is "My Left Teeth". Check out his recommendations for the rest of the festival!
Mental illness has a life of its own in this creative work written and directed by Cincinnati-local Vicky Alcorn.
For those looking to travel on an inter-dimensional journey with two dancing, partying alien beings, this is the right show for you.
"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.
"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.
Kari E. McLean