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Red Knight Productions Medieval Story Land

By • Jul 19th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

With great puns, hilarious comedy, and fantastic timing, I couldn’t possibly recommend this show more.



Bob Bartlett Bareback Ink

By • Jul 19th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

This is the kind of play that is worth seeing more than once, with the likelihood that one will get more from it on a second viewing.



Madame: Helena Rubinstein in America

By • Jul 18th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

One of the pleasures of attending Fringe is to see not only where a show is today, but to imagine where it might go in the future, and this is a pleasure that fans of musicals can derive from Madame.



Clown Cabaret Delusions of Grandeur

By • Jul 18th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

What if The Three Stooges had a metaphorical mental breakdown and decided to go back to the classics and do Shakespeare?



4 & 9 Productions Cupcake Cabaret: A Brief History of “Bad” Women

By • Jul 18th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

The show is witty, well paced and seducibly charming.



Faction of Fools Theatre Company Tales of Marriage and Mozzarella

By • Jul 15th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

Faction of Fools has figured out that there is no love without cheese, cut or otherwise and presents a series of comic scenes where the comic love is as tasty as the cheeses it references.



NoteTaker Productions The City of God – A New Opera

By • Jul 15th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

Josh Armenta’s The City of God is a self serious derivative of the works of Arnold Schoenberg and Boris Gudonov, only not as cheerful as the latter two.



Victorian Lyric Opera Company Trial by Jury

By • Jul 15th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

Gilbert and Sullivan’s Trial by Jury is a traditionally-structured show in which the words are supremely important.



Triptych Productions The Confines of Flattery

By • Jul 15th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

All three plays were crisply paced with well-timed interactions among the distinct characters, aided by crystal-clear diction.



Actors Repertory Theatre Madwoman in the Attic: Evening of Shorts

By • Jul 15th, 2012 • Category: Fringe, Reviews

Even though the scenes are short, they evoke powerful emotions that will make you feel like you are right there with them experiencing them.