Category: Reviews

Great editing and fresh ideas characterize ‘DramaUrge’

“DramaUrge” definitely competes in the 2021 Kansas City Fringe Festival with its artistic expression and absurd storyline. [media-credit name=”2021 Kansas Ctiy...

‘BASCULE’ nurtures aerial excellence

Grace, style, precision, and strength characterize the beautiful “BASCULE: Balancing Art and Passion,” the 2021 Kansas City Fringe Festival entry from local aerial...

Italian entry examines isolation in ‘Safe’

  [media-credit name=”2021 Kansas Ctiy Fringe Festival” align=”alignright” width=”134″][/media-credit] During 2020, the COVID...

No script creates funny Performance Art

When words fail me, this reviewer wrestles for any words to describe a humorous entry in the 2021 Fringe Festival that has no script, no words, and allows a comic...

‘My Dear Debbie’ uses comedy for strong message

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Writer’s memories cloud pain, reality

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‘Annie’ packs on charm, heart-warming fun

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“Roar” debuts at KC Fringe Festival

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Almost one-man-show uses lots of physical comedy

[media-credit name=”2021 Kansas Ctiy Fringe Festival” align=”alignright” width=”134″][/media-credit] Short of plot, heavy on skin, DK...

Musical theatre thrives with ‘Jekyll & Hyde’ production

Good verses evil serves as a classic struggle in drama, and that clash develops differently in the novel by Robert Lewis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and...

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