Psychic / magician Tim Motley’s Fringe show lot’s of fun… again.
John Sadoway wrestles with the brutal reality that the relationship he built his life around was a complete lie.
Magician skilled at involving many audience members, including my tween son.
Audience blown away by this one-woman tour-de-force performance that’s likely to become one of this year’s Fringe hits.
Shoestring Players excellent production uses dialogue and music to reveal the effects of war on wives and mothers.
Attempt at making science funny falls short in Fringe performance that lacks comedic talent.
The Ballad of Frank Allen – about a janitor who is shrunk and ends up living in a stranger’s beard – is a great pick: interesting, fast-paced and well produced.
Edgy, entertaining Fringe performance by American reveals the most rebellious act you can do is to care about another person.
If you’ve enjoyed perennial favorite Melanie Gall’s previous Fringe shows, you will not be disappointed.
I didn’t bust a gut, but I did appreciate the group’s wit and ability to poke fun at themselves and to make the crowd laugh.