by Ricardo Vazquez • Aug. 7
Can theater live up to the visceral drama of a video game? Ironically, CRIME AND PUNISHMENT demonstrates there's hope for theater.
by Ira Brooker • Aug. 6
"I was left gasping for breath and on the verge of tears at the horrific beauty of it all." Plus, four other reviews.
by H. Adam Harris • Aug. 5
Since he stopped being snooty about the Fringe, a local actor discovers new ways to experience joy, ambition, and failure.
by Derek Lee Miller • Aug. 5
Fringe | Vision
You know, because it's Fringe.
by Levi Weinhagen • Aug. 4
That Levi pushes himself to a show in every slot available on Sunday and discovers how hard Fringe can be.
by Marya Hornbacher • Aug. 3
Fringe-binger and tough critic Marya Hornbacher provides some Fringe party history and finds equanimity after two misfires.
by Sara Ochs • Aug. 2
When a local artist forbids herself from seeing her friends' shows, she discovers how great it is to make new friends.
by Matthew Foster • Aug. 1
A longtime Fringe staffer finally allows himself to have public opinions about shows.
by Derek Lee Miller • Jul. 29
Management | Vision
Is audience participation the wave of the future, or just another pothole on the bumpy road to audience engagement?
by Alan M. Berks • Jul. 28
At the Fringe Festival, as in life, you can’t experience everything. Read this article to help build your plan of attack.
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Erin Denman performs in Coast of Utopia Staged Reading playing at Phoenix Theater this month.
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