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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!
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.
"The Gospel of Barabbas," from Hugo West Theatricals, may be the most irreverent production of this year's Cincinnati Fringe Festival — and one of the most hilarious.
Mythology, pop culture, mental health, and self-awareness interweave throughout "of Monster Descent" to create a tapestry the Three Fates themselves would be envious of making.
"Thrive IRL" is Nameless Numberhead's sketch comedy hour at Cincy Fringe, featuring vaudeville for the social media generation.
Facilitators of a brainwashing workshop are forced to improvise — and discover human connection — when their slideshow stops working in this Fringe entry by Sh*t Talkers Anonymous.
Society’s Tongue Productions presents "Lost Generation," a powerful message of strength to — and from — a young and troubled generation.
You'll want to take a long, hard look in the mirror after "One More Bad Thing" to see if you, too, wouldn't make some of the same choices.
Theatre Mobile's "ExTrashVaganza" walks a fine line between bizarre and inviting, somehow never losing its balance along the way.
"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.
Aiesha D. Little