Ed Cohen

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  • FRINGE 2021 REVIEW: Meera's Kitchen

    The set-up takes us to a livestreamed fundraiser from the home of Meera, a young Indian American woman whose dream is to operate a successful South Indian restaurant in the U.S.

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  • FRINGE 2021 REVIEW: Twitterhated

    The play is an ambitious attempt to make a statement about the complexities of communication and creatively used Twitter as a model for how people naturally seek out clear, sometimes binary answers to nuanced issues in our lives.

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  • FRINGE 2021 CRITIC's PICK: YOLO

    "YOLO" embraces the form and gives us a fully produced film with resonant music, editing and photography, much more than a recording of a play and perfect for a Fringe Festival. It’s amazing to watch.

    By Ed Cohen

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  • FRINGE 2021 CRITIC'S PICK: You Will Live Under the Sea

    It’s hard to imagine a better metaphor for the past year under COVID-19 — and how the arts have been affected — than You Will Live Under the Sea, a wildly imaginative 2021 Cincy Fringe video-on-demand production from Queen City Flash

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  • FRINGE 2021 REVIEW: Instructions for a Habitat Inventory

    Instructions for a Habitat Inventory, a presentation from Playable Artworks in Minneapolis, is described as an “interactive meditation on place that you play at home,” an excellent way to put it.

    By Ed Cohen

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