FRINGE 2021 REVIEW: An Evening with Gwendolyn
In this one-woman show, Eileen Earnest becomes Gwendolyn Crosley, your dazzling and vivacious hostess and wife of Powel Crosley, the 1920s-era radio and automobile magnate who once owned the Cincinnati Reds.
By Erica Reid
FRINGE 2021 CRITIC'S PICK: Peculiar, Missouri
"Peculiar, Missouri" is a pastiche of many rural towns you could find yourself driving through.
FRINGE 2021 REVIEW: Unboxing
CYD Productions’ Unboxing follows six members Millennials over the course of a decade, exploring how the internet negatively affects each of their lives.
FRINGE 2021 REVIEW: Horsetale
Hit the Lights' 2021 Cincy Fringe show is Horsetale, a video production that weaves together handmade shadow puppetry created using vintage overhead projectors.
FRINGE 2021 REVIEW: Died in a Trailer Park/Woke Up a Mermaid
"Died in a Trailer Park/Woke Up a Mermaid" is a perfect title for Ariel Pinkerton’s storytelling show, a series of autobiographical tales that marry dark themes with bright optimism.
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