Category: FRINGE

2019 KC FRINGE: Man Cave

Press Release posted by Bob Evans Timothy Mooney returns to the KC Fringe with “Man Cave” a One-Man Sci-Fi Climate Change Tragicomedy! What would you do if you were...

2019 KC FRINGE: Mercy

Press Release posted by Bob Evans ORIGINAL PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR PLAY TO PREMIERE AT UNION STATION FOR 2019 KANSAS CITY FRINGE FESTIVAL Kansas City, Mo – Lending...

2019 KC FRINGE: Right Between the Ears Radio Broadcast

Press Release posted by Bob Evans Media Contact: Darrell Brogdon Producer (785) 691-7031 darrell@rightbetweentheears.org Right Between the Ears Presents a Show That...

2019 KC FRINGE: Magic Is Not Pretty

 Press Release posted by Bob Evans   Magic’s secrets are not what you think. C.K. Carey wants to peel back the curtain and reveal a brief history of mystery itself....

Aerial/Dance combine for stunning realism

By Bob Evans The ultra serious topic of sex trafficking comes front and center as the Fringe Festival entry from VidaDance and Lucia Aerial combine their efforts in a...

Two short plays depict women’s roles

By Bob Evans For Fringe entry, “Star Stuff,” two short plays by Emma Carter, both from two separate futuristic time frames, would both qualify for inclusion in the...

Fresh voice bring ‘Dead Lines’ to KC Fringe

By Bob Evans A fresh voice in the KC Metro area, recent :University of Kansas graduate, Ben Schatzel offers his newest play “Dead Lines” that features an “art...

‘Foreplay’ deserves win as Best of Venue at MTH 2

By Bob Evans The KC Fringe, history now, produced some wickedly talented entries and cosmic performances by actors–especially the politically-charged “The Foreplay:...

Mark Toland wins Best of Coffeehouse prize

By Bob Evans Patrons at the KC Fringe Festival found a superior performance when they chose and attended Mark Toland Mind Reader’s show at the Westport Coffee House...

One-man show produces scores of laughs

By Bob Evans Who doesn’t just absolutely love Shakespeare? Go ahead, raise your hand. Well, that was me years ago when I was so afraid of Shakespeare, but Scott...

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