(l-r) Colleen Hughes, Kyle Yackoski, and Leah Holleran. Photo by Lewis Harder.

ANTIHERO (Tribe of Fools): 2016 Fringe review 32.2

Soaring out of the gates with effortless acrobatics, Tribe of Fools’ robust remount of ANTIHERO is a true theatrical powerhouse

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STORY OF MY EYE (GOATPIG): 2016 Fringe review 24

The principle of Chekov’s Cucumber mandates that if you introduce an object to the audience it must be used to sodomize someone at some point in the production.

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ROOM 21 (Jace Clayton): 2016 Fringe review 21

We were lucky to have been in attendance for ROOM 21’s only performance—one as unique and undying in our minds as the Barnes itself.

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Spelling Bee: Interview with Chloe Sierka

Feeling altogether out-of-the-loop with regards to this mysterious sleeper gem and Avenue Theater Company I caught up with choreographer and assistant director Chloe Sierka

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Comedic Self-flagellation and Rodent-skin Jackets: Interview with CHINCHILLA COATS creator Chris Davis

Chris takes his deranged soliloquy about a drunken, under-sexed, 34-year-old man-child to the Edinburgh Fringe.

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SCHOOL PLAY (Tribe of Fools): SoLow review

A hilarious and heart wrenching ode to that little trouble-making anti-hero.

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THE NETHER (InterAct): Lolita in Nether-land

Accompanying sketches by Aaron Krolikowski, thesketchbookreporter.com.

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SORRY, BROKEN PIANO (Art Church): Indie shock jock drama

A podcast DJ and his tireless producer on a mission to conquer the late-night dregs-of-society demographic.

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PINK PUNCH (Art Church): Rosemary’s baby shower—one hell of a weird ride

If the ninth circle of hell decided to host a baby shower, it would resemble something like PINK PUNCH by Cara Blouin.

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CORIOLANUS (SHAKESPEARE ROULETTE) (Reject): Not your average tragedy

This chaotic opus reaches Monty Python levels of absurdity one would never associate with Shakespeare’s own overlooked tragedy reject.

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THE SUBMISSION (Quince): Things we dare not even think about

THE SUBMISSION revels in its unique brand of pot stirring, inflammatory, back and forth that has the characters talk openly and passionately about things most people seem reluctant to even think of—racism and homophobia.

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SHADOW OF A GUNMAN (Irish Heritage Theatre): My great-grandfather—the shadow-less gunman

A tragic play gives this Irish American writer a newfound appreciation for his Irish heritage.