Sunday’s full day of performances brought a swarm of people down to Over-the-Rhine, resulting in seven sell-out performances.
The Coldharts’ EDGAR ALLAN sold out its second consecutive performance on Sunday.
Eleven year old Edgar Allan has one goal: to be the most remarkable boy at boarding school. He has only one obstacle: Edgar Allan. A manic lullabye inspired by the childhood and short stories of Edgar Allan Poe..
Two performances remain. I recommend purchasing your tickets in advance.
- Thur, June 4 at 8:40pm
- Sat, June 6 at 7:25pm
Buzzed about MOONLIGHT AFTER MIDNIGHT by Concrete Drops Theatre Company enjoyed their first sell-out.
Love, loss, memory, and mystery intertwine when a beautiful woman and a secretive man enact scenes from a relationship in the private theater of a midnight hotel room.
Two more chances to catch this one. I’ll be in the audience on Friday.
- Fri, June 5 at 6:30pm
- Sat, June 6 at 8:40pm
Photos by Jillian Beach.
Also receiving its second completely full house was SHELTER, a collaboration between local groups Pones Inc. and Queen City Flash.
At the end of the world, a teenage couple seek refuge in a backyard fallout shelter. As lights flicker and sirens blare, their internment reveals the cracks between them and their reliance on each other. They soon discover that survival isn’t what you escape, but what you bring with you.
Their final two performances are:
- Mon, June 1 at 6:30pm
- Thur, June 4 at 9:00pm
SQUARES received its second sell out with its final performance on Sunday.
The rules of the playground were simple: play nice, play fair, and have fun. But the rules of life? More complicated. Play nice, and you’re not assertive enough; play fair, and fall behind. And only winners have fun. Sometimes it seems like the bullies are still king. That hardly seems fair, or right, or… American. Can you retake the blacktop and square game, for all of us?
But fear not. Dog & Pony DC is bringing its production of BEERTOWN to the Know Main Stage in March of 2016.
Fringe-favorite Paul Strickland, teamed this year with Erika Kate MacDonald, are looking for a hat trick tomorrow night after their second consecutive sold out performance of TALES TOO TALL FOR TRAILERS.
Trailer-park tall-tales for adults that kids can enjoy too! Paul Strickland (Ain’t True and Uncle False, Papa Squat’s Store of Sorts) and Erika Kate MacDonald join forces in this off-kilter musical comedy full of funny songs, strange southern stories, shadow puppetry and more!
Three shows remain:
- Tue, June 2 at 8:25pm
- Wed, June 3 at 7:30pm
- Fri, June 5 at 8:15pm
Fringe-veterans Four Humors, LLC performed to a sitting-room only packed house with WE GOTTA CHEER UP GARY.
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Three more shows this week:
- Wed, June 3 at 9:10pm
- Fri, June 5 at 9:20pm
- Sat, June 6 at 3:00pm
Closing out the list is YOU SEEM PRETTY GREAT by returning Fringer Mike Fotis.
YOU SEEM PRETTY GREAT is a storytelling show about dogs and meeting new people and not worrying so much and believing that we all have an amazing story in us! YSPG combines storytelling, improv and audience participation into one unique and hilarious audience experience. It’s basically a total giggle fest.
Mike is doing double duty this Fringe as he is also performing in WE GOTTA CHEER UP GARY. You have three more chances to catch his solo show:
- Tue, June 2 at 6:30pm
- Thur, June 4 at 7:45pm
- Sat, June 6 at 7:30pm
Six more days of performances to go. Take the plunge!