My 2015 Cincy Fringe Show Rankings

CFF_Moonlight After MidnightBelow I am ranking the shows I’ve attended to date. Links to reviews added as they become available.

  1. MOONLIGHT AFTER MIDNIGHT
  2. HITCHHIKERS MAY BE INMATES | Review
  3. HEARD | Review
  4. TALES TOO TALL FOR TRAILERS | Review
  5. EDGAR ALLAN | Review
  6. OCCUPATIONAL PLEASURES
  7. CHEMISTRY
  8. DOG SHOW | Review
  9. KISS AROUND PASS AROUND | Review
  10. ZOMBIE-LOGUE | Review
  11. CODA (CHILDREN OF DEAF ADULTS)
  12. CODY CLARK: A DIFFERENT WAY OF THINKING | Review
  13. DUNGEON | Review
  14. PREFER NOT TO SAY
  15. !KE: /XARRA //KE A NEW AFRICAN FOLK TALE
  16. FIXATE
  17. YOU SEEM PRETTY GREAT
  18. MOUTHY BITCH
  19. THE FAMOUS HAYDELL SISTERS COMEBACK TOUR
  20. CATHEDRAL CITY | Review
  21. SHIRTZENCOCKLE
  22. WE GOTTA CHEER UP GARY
  23. VALIDATE ME
  24. RADIO GOMORRAH LIVE!
  25. METH: A LOVE STORY | Review
  26. DOWN AMONG THE VULTURES | Review

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3 responses to “My 2015 Cincy Fringe Show Rankings

  1. Jackson Roberts

    …I didn’t know theatre was supposed to be a competition.

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    • Theater is not a competition. However, with so many options, people with limited time and money seek a little guidance. The most commonly asked questions are “What have you liked?” and “What would you recommend?” This is simply answering that publicly for interested theater patrons. The shows I responded to most are at the top of the list. As of Friday night, I have not seen a performance yet that disappointed.

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  2. Donna Hoffman

    One of the things I dislike about theatre in Cincinnati is the competition. It could be the rules of community theatre that stirs that pot. However, I understand why Rob ranks his preferences. My preferences are altogether different from Rob’s because I’m a straight, female theatre director who looks for strong female roles. I’m not a fan of musical theatre although I love the lyricism that dance/theatre alliances bring to the stage. I certainly cannot afford to see all the Fringe shows so I had to pick early based on what I like to see and hear. Solo show were out because I’ve always been disappointed in the past. They tend to be self indulgent and need a director. I’ll post my ranking of the 6 shows (that’s all I could afford) on WIT-Women in Theatre’s FB page very soon. I see my last show tonight.

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