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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.
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.
From The Queer Feminists Next Door, "Dream&" is driven by a need for connection and the idea that finding happiness starts from within.
Kari E. McLean