Category: FRINGE

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...

Musical biography shines light on Marvin Gaye

By Bob Evans Regular Fringe entrant, Br. John again sings and performs to capacity crowds with his blend of biographical insights into legends of the R&B...

Fringe play deals with interrupted lives during deployments

By Bob Evans In Lewis J. Morrow’s new play, currently entered in the KC Fringe Festival “Be Like Water,” focuses on life after deployment, struggles with home-life...

Comedy play switches genders of Biblical characters

By Bob Evans Count on comedic giant Pete Bakely to create something out of the ordinary for each Fringe Festival because he never fails to deliver an off-the-wall entry...

Drama at Unicorn focuses on work-place dangers

By Bob Evans A powerful drama about the effects of toxic chemicals and fumes in a small Missouri town leads to unknown future health problems for long-time workers in...

Play focuses on miniaturization, restoration

By Bob Evans You’ve seen it before in movies like The Fantastic Voyage, The Incredible Shrinking Woman, Alice in Wonderland, and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids so the...

Tragic story of absurd shocks Fringe audiences

By Bob Evans When one sees Tennessee Williams’ name on a project, continue to expect over-the-top Southern female lead characters, but do not expect cookie-cutter...

One-woman dramatization draws attention to rape

By Bob Evans The Squeezebox Theatre offers an extremely intimate black box setting for one the 2018 Fringe Festival’s powerful and out of town entries, “Intrusion”...

Strong writing, acting, lighting elevate ‘Any Questions?’

By Bob Evans For a great Fringe Festival show, do not miss Frank Higgins newest and best written play, “Any Questions?,” now playing at the Just Off Broadway...

American folk hero returns for third installment

By Bob Evans For his third installment in Fringe Huckleberry Finn pieces, playwright Phil Kinen crafted his best piece with “Huck Finn and the Mystery of the Ominous...

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