The Death of Me

No one captures the true spirit of the Fringe Festival better than Leith Clark. The Death of Me is not one of Leith’s original plays, but a one act comedy written by Norm Foster.   Leith has cast two young actors who are...

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By Jeeves, I enjoyed this

Maybe I’m just missing Downton Abbey, but Wooster Sauce was a lovely injection of upper class British humour. John Huston morphs from Jeeves to Wooster and weaves his tales of social order – or more often, chaos....

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Crazy Ride!

Angela Neff has a lot of siblings, a lot of stories, and a lot of baggage. But she brings it all to the stage with a cowboy hat, a box, and a whole lot of storytelling charm. This one-woman show is mostly about her father...

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You’ll Love Bill Pats

Pats’ examination of everything wrong with every system out there is tough to watch for all the right reasons; the bitch of living within a literal institution or a societal one is told through the story of death row...

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  1. Prophecy
    Rating: 9.4. From 5 votes.
  2. The House of Yes
    Rating: 9.1. From 8 votes.
  3. Josephine
    Rating: 8.8. From 9 votes.
  4. On Love
    Rating: 8.8. From 4 votes.
  5. The Time In-Between
    Rating: 8.7. From 6 votes.
  6. The Standoff
    Rating: 8.7. From 6 votes.
  7. A Fatal Step
    Rating: 8.7. From 3 votes.
  8. Comedy is Funny Again
    Rating: 8.7. From 3 votes.
  9. The Bald Soprano
    Rating: 8.6. From 5 votes.
  10. Fruit Flies Like a Banana: World Tour
    Rating: 8.5. From 4 votes.