Blog post by Sophie Kerman August 2, 2015
"Things that do not suck" come in many different shapes.
Blog post by Beth Ann Powers August 1, 2015
Our intrepid young reporter ventures into the wild world of parody and satire at the Fringe.
by Matthew Foster July 31, 2015
"It was, in my 16 years at 21 different Fringe Festivals in three countries and three languages, probably the best first Fringe night I’ve ever had."
by Ricardo Vazquez August 6, 2014
Can theater live up to the visceral drama of a video game? Ironically, CRIME AND PUNISHMENT demonstrates there's hope for theater.
by Alan M. Berks July 27, 2014
At the Fringe Festival, as in life, you can’t experience everything. You need a plan.
by Marya Hornbacher August 2, 2014
Fringe-binger and tough critic Marya Hornbacher provides some Fringe party history and finds equanimity after two misfires.
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Review by Beth Ann Powers July 9, 2015
How is this chestnut still relevant in the 21st century?
Review by Ira Brooker July 15, 2015
Ira goes against the grain to wonder whether traditional theater is actually more immersive.
Review by Ira Brooker June 17, 2015
Every summer, Open Eye Figure Theatre tours your neighborhood driveways. Should you check it out?
by Paul Coate June 22, 2015
All these people do it, like we do, for the love of theater. Check 'em out.