Category: FRINGE

El Diablo mystifies with card tricks

Fun-filled clown and card shark, “El Diablo of the Cards” will entertain everyone in the family and have people wondering how did he do that? The show, 45-minutes of...

‘Rise’ depicts human trafficking in unique show

The ultra-serious topic of sex trafficking comes front and center as the Fringe Festival entry from VidaDance as it presents an eye-opening ballet that includes stunning...

Drama deals with confronting LGBT issues

Even though “A Mother’s Love” contains no strong language, the dramatic piece by Jeremiah Kauffman takes on the adult issues of a family torn by spiritual beliefs...

Brother John continues string of Fringe dynamics

For his 16th entry in the Kansas City Fringe Festival, Br. John Anderson calls up a mix of memorable performers–Bob Marley, Cab Calloway, Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, and...

Get your FRINGE on! KC FRINGE FESTIVAL begins at Midnight

Well, The 2020 KC Fringe Festival begins tonight at 12:01 a.m. This year the Festival is all digital, so you can watch 24/7 from the comfort of your easy chair. Never...

Virus announcement from KC Fringe

Posted by Bob Evans 2020 FR!NGE Festival Events In light of the new restrictions and in concern for all of our artists and patrons, we are going to pause our upcoming...

‘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...

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