A devised piece that addresses the roles of women in combat with both earnestness and humor
The talented, quick-witted ensemble cast of comedians are accompanied by a live musician whose witty commentary drives plot forward.
Welcome to the Asylum! In Shakespeare’s day, thrill seekers had a choice between catching a show at the Globe and viewing the lunatics in Bedlam, the setting for more than…
An ancient story with artful clowning and spacy synth score.
Jane’s subconscious is in the bathtub, and her name is Ophelia
A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP is about the reclamation of the colored girl’s experience, finding the strength and beauty in it, acknowledging barriers to healing and developing tools for survival and liberation.
A multi-colored, multi-realm reimagining of the hero’s journey as it relates to the never-ending quest of being true to oneself
An all girls dance group presents a mysterious dance performance.
“Won’t you follow me down to Baldwin Country? This ain’t your mama’s Baldwin Country.” The show opens with offhand remarks by Stew, a large black man up front at a…
IRC presents a must-see revival of Eugene Ionesco’s 1952 classic THE CHAIRS, a defining work of the theater of the absurd.
“Casting call” for the chairs in Ionesco’s THE CHAIRS: Interview with IRC artistic director Tina Brock
The Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium brings Eugene Ionesco’s hilarious, controversial, absurdist classic THE CHAIRS to the 2016 Fringe Festival. We talk to director Tina Brock about the show.
Between chaos and synchronicity, individualism and collectiveness, exists the human search for life without conflict.
Drawing on J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, the play reflects upon both a quintessentially American experience—immigration—and the universal experience of growing up.
Like sad lyrics to a happy beat. this 20-minute one-woman show takes an idiosyncratically personal look at human sadness in its many guises.
Class. Money. Power: The carrots start flying at the Urban Creators farm collective.
This site-specific installation unravels the layers of emotion and humanity that the historic Powel House contains
Our nearest neighbor, the red planet has a strong gravitational hold over us earthlings. Dani Solomon tells us about her trip there this Fringe.