Spend a Little Time at Joe's Cafe

Spend a Little Time at Joe’s Cafe

Rupert Wates is a singing storyteller.  He returns to the Fringe in a solo performance of his music revue of songs based on true stories….

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The King and I - Surprisingly Sweet

The King and I – Surprisingly Sweet

Getting a chance to meet performer Kevin Holladay before the show made watching his transformation from the geeky Melvin MacGillicuddy into the over the top Elvis wanna…

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Greatest Speech of All Time

Greatest Speech of All Time

If you were fortunate, you had a teacher or professor who made learning delightful. I had a history professor who inspired me to later sneak…

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Dreadful Things: The Amazing Barry is also talented

Dreadful Things: The Amazing Barry is also talented

So I took my 9-year-old son to the IndyFringe for the first time this year. It was a blast. I was so glad to find…

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Menagerie Macabre: A Theatre du Grand Guignol Sheds Theatrical Darkness

Menagerie Macabre: A Theatre du Grand Guignol Sheds Theatrical Darkness

Menagerie Macabre beautifully, comprehensively lives up to the title. From the first notes of the opening solo being sung by a disembodies voice the audience is…

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 Harlem Nights Really Is Family Friendly

Harlem Nights Really Is Family Friendly

Harlem Nights, one of the family friendly options, stars up and coming talent fresh from IU-Bloomington. And talented they are. This simple, unpretentious show is…

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Lashes Off! Revealing Vulnerability Is Sexy

Lashes Off! Revealing Vulnerability Is Sexy

Vulnerability is sexy. Opening up who we really are creates opportunities for people to connect. Think about the last time you felt truly intimate with…

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