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Local artist presents 2 short videos in KC Fringe

Posted by Bob Evans Kansas City-based poet and critic Alexej Savreux announces the premiere of a triple-feature at the 2021 Kansas City Virtual Fringe Festival from July...

Short mixed-media presentation challenges thoughts

Local artist, Alexej Savreux, submitted two short pieces of video to the 2021 Kansas City Fringe Festival, “Joy of Life/OK it’s OK it’ll be OK”; and, while short...

KC metro storyteller weaves magic at Fringe Festival

Posted by Bob Evans Lorraine Darnell shares original fairy tales and true stories for adult audiences      13 July 2021  Lorraine Darnell, local storyteller, is...

‘Fast Forward’ displays futuristic services

For those who have been subject to “live chat” or robotic customer service, a short futuristic piece, “Fast Forward” peers into the awaiting customer service...

Funeral protocol prompts personal narrative

  Actor/Comedian Ryan McChesney from Kansas City opens his one-man show “Laughing at Funerals” with a memory of the first funeral he attended, and, from there...

Middle Ages takes on alternate meeting at Fringe

“It’s now or never” elicits memories of a hip-gyrating Elvis Presley, but in the 2021 Kansas City Fringe Festival, it means a show about how to navigate the fact...

‘Molière Than Thou’ celebrates French master with laughs

For a good start to the 2021 Kansas City Fringe Festival, try “Molière Than Thou” by Tim Mooney that offers a fun look at the famous French playwright and some of...

Not-so-accurate history elicits funny video

Probably the most common translation of The Bible remains The King James Version, which serves as the starting place for the Kansas City Fringe Festival’s video,...

Storyteller recants past struggles

The title alone attracts viewers who like ghost stories, but “Haunted” by Jamie Mayo takes the viewer in a different direction than viewers might expect. But, this...

VidaDance tells stories through ballet

For ballet lovers, VidaDance brings another entry to the Kansas City Fringe Festival with their 2021 entry, “When,” based on a Rudyard Kipling poem, “If.” Unlike...

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