This year, the 24th Atlantic Fringe Festival went big. Boasting a whopping 350 performances of 60 shows, and with every single ticket coming in at less than $10—you owe it to yourself to catch at least one. Local and international theatre troupes, comedians and playwrights flood the city with their creations, all you have to do is file in and take notice. We’ve highlighted a few that sound particularly interesting, but the best part of Fringe is that there are gems around every corner. Running until September 7, don’t miss your chance to catch a performance that will stay with you all year.
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posted by LARA LEWIS, Dec 15/16
2016 in Theatre by a Frustrated LGBTQ Indigenous Woman. comments 7
posted by MICHAEL LAKE, Dec 15/16
Best of the stage in 2016, as chosen by theatre reviewer Michael Lake. comments 0
posted by MICHAEL LAKE, Dec 8/16
Have some uncomfortable holiday laughs with a performance of David Sedaris’ stories. comments 1
posted by MICHAEL LAKE, Dec 1/16
Nostalgic and futuristic: a good combo comments 0
posted by LARA LEWIS, Nov 24/16
Classic east coast “cultural-isms” abound in Eastern Front Theatre’s latest. comments 0
posted by MICHAEL LAKE, Nov 17/16
Terrible Machiavellian leader, hitting too close to home? comments 0