Too Tall for Trailers (Critic's Pick)
The troubadour of quirky America, Paul Strickland, has returned to the Cincinnati Fringe, and this year the show he has written is a little different.
By Joe McDonough
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The most unusual fringe venue for this year’s festival belongs to Squares, the latest entry from dog & pony dc from Washington, D.C.
Tags: News Feature, Cincinnati Fringe Festival, Cincinnati Theater, Squares
The Famous Haydell Sisters Comeback Tour (Critic's Pick)
The “famous” Haydell Sisters have brought their long-awaited 20-year reunion tour from Portland, Oregon, to Cincinnati.
Tags: News Feature, Cincinnati Fringe Festival, Cincinnati Theater
Escape Routes (FringeNext)
Escape Routes is this year’s FringeNext entry written, directed, acted and produced by the talented students of Highlands High School.
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CODA (Children of Deaf Adults)
“I just call it normal.” Thus begins writer/performer Mark Murray in this solo show as he describes the pitfalls and angst of being a hearing child growing up with parents who are both deaf.
Tags: News Feature, Cincinnati Fringe Festival, Cincinnati Theater, CODA (Children of Deaf Adults)
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