Category: FRINGE

‘T-Money is Cancelled’ shows public movement’s wide shift

The Internet and social media produced a whole new aspect to news, scandal, and public information sharing as evidenced in Prisca Jebet Kendagor’s new production...

‘Emily the Musical’ wins Best of Venue at Center for Spiritual Living

The life of American poet Emily Dickinson comes into a different focus with the new production “Emily the Musical” written/composed/performed by Isabella Pichardo,...

‘Kitchen Plays’ tells stories of family with heartfelt memories

“The Kitchen Plays” brings three different short plays to Fringe audiences and three different scenarios that center on the kitchen where most important daily...

‘The Summer House’ delivers insight into the James Gang Wives

Notorious outlaws Jesse and Frank James return to Missouri with the KC Fringe Festival piece “The Summer House” with a charming piece by Kristie Kennard that sheds a...

‘Big Top’ takes audience to circus with clowning artistry

In Kansas City from before the 1950s and through the 60s and beyond, two major circuses came to town, The Shrine Circus and the Police Circus. In the earlier times those...

‘Flights of Faery Fancy’ displays aerial mastery in Fringe

Grab the kids and take them to City Stage at Union Station for a chance to see quality aerial acts by a talented cast who perform difficult tricks with seeming easein...

‘Donating Sperm to My Sister’s Wife’ brings stand-up comedy to Fringe

Stand-up comedy brings loud, consistent laughs as Stewart Huff delivers his liberal views to Fringe audiences on the Jerome Stage of The Unicorn Theatre. In his show,...

‘Scream in Blue’ presents Japanese-style dance piece

For something completely new and unique to the KC Fringe offerings this year, if you like dance, and are ready for a challenge, go see “Scream in Blue.” an all dance...

‘And Jesus Wept’ focuses on LGBT situation

A new voice emerges at The Black Box Theatre during this year’s KC Fringe Festival as Joshua Kauffman unveils his first play, “And Jesus Wept,” a two-man play that...

‘Deceit’ brings gripping drama to JOB stage

Pre-buy tickets or get in line early to catch “Deceit,” by Derek Trautwein that grips the audience in the first minutes and keeps them riveted to their seats...

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