anonymous · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
The play and cast were excellent; commanding attention and even moving the audience to tears. ... full review


edward goodman · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
SHOW #6: An unfair display of skill, imagination, and theatrical muscle.... full review


monica bauer · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
An incredibly skilled and likable performer takes the audience through his personal story of aging and discovery.... full review

Public Domain: The Musical

mitchell bisschop · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Fun, clever, short, and hilarious! It has a little bit of everything: singing, dancing, puppets! The eye to detail from the clever turns of phrases in the music to the Disney touches on the costumes, everything works brilliantly. It's also only 30 minutes, I am going to see it again.... full review

Five pieces of paper - Grandma's spirit lives on

lisa sweeney · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
A creative tapestry of stories skillfully weaving together personal and world history over past and present. Moti's impressive display of many talents, from singing to baking for the audience while storytelling is a lively and entertaining way to bring his grandma's life of love, resilience, and playfulness to light as an inspiring gift to us all. ... full review

Shiva for Anne Frank

sarah burkett · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
“Shiva for Anna Frank” is a piece both long-overdue and distressingly relevant. It’s is insightful, passionate, funny, and educational. Rachel Steele’s take on such a monumental event as the holocaust and portraying such an important person as Anne Frank is no easy endeavor. It’s undeniable that it would take more than a bit of ‘hutzpah’ to attempt such a feat; I believe Rachel proves to have not only attempted but successfully created a piece that both showcases her passion, the extensive re... full review


edward goodman · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
SHOW #5: A hard-to-quantify, non-standard, twisty show you should see because it's fun as hell and gets your thinks happening. ... full review

REVENGE OF THE ROOTBEER: The Sequel To Night Of The Rootbeer

benjamin schwartz · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
"Rootbeer is dead. Rootbeer remains dead. And we killed it." - Nietzsche - Way stupider than last year. Pirates. Jazz. Lube. Go see it.... full review

Town Brawl

julie white · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
This show is so fun! First off, it's hilarious, and second, I've never been to an 'immersive' show before but I have to say I loved it. Let's be honest, everyone can relate to the craziness that is NextDoor, so I think the concept is genius and was hilariously executed.... full review


timothy dowling · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
What a great, funny, emotional performance.... full review

meg jo beth amy & louisa

katarina fiallos · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
A very interesting and well devised show! Prior to seeing the show I knew little about Little Women and I found the play told enough to inform the audience but was not spoon feeding them.... full review

Extraordinary Aliens

tobin mitnick · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
This was great. It was a detailed glimpse into the Visa process and its many trials led by a team of international artists. Recommend highly.... full review


david macdowell blue · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Up until seeing this show, The Grail Project, I had only seen one piece of theatre dealing with the legends of King Arthur that seemed actually "good." Now I have seen two! I had never also heard of this specific troupe/ensemble, the Theatre Movement Bazaar, aptly named and based on this show at least belonging in those theatrical troupes I follow eagerly! Written by Richard Alger, directed by Tina Kronis, this show re-invents/de-constructs the tale of Camelot and the Quest for the Hol... full review

Speak I Will: A Fractured Shakespeare

matthew sirotnik · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
Intensely powerful and gripping. ... full review


katarina fiallos · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
This has been my absolute favourite Fringe show so far. Everything is so clean and crisp yet there is so much play within the ensemble. The movement was very well choreographed and ensemble performed it beautifully. ... full review

In Conclusion:

mari assad · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
I love what the Puckwit Gang created this year. They are such a hard working group and continue to think outside the box on social and political issues. ... full review

Four Clowns Presents: Shakedown at the Dusty Spur!

emily lappi · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time! This show whisks you away from reality and plops you into this crazy Wild West town full of heroes and villains and good humor. ... full review

The Last PowerPoint

shanara sanders · June 12, 2019 certified reviewer
A collage of dead corpses and humongous potatoes that are the result of our unsatisfying allegiance to corporate America. ... full review

Acid Wash Love

katarina fiallos · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
What a fun and fascinating show! The plot was entertaining yet thought provoking with very well written dialogue. The cast was incredible and carried the show extremely well. ... full review


em harriss · June 12, 2019 uncertified reviewer
If you were at the Wigfield preview this Sunday and recall hearing a woman belly laughing every two lines, that was me. Props to the brilliant comedic writing and powerhouse ensemble that makes this show WELL worth seeing. I’ll be attending Wigfield again just so I can sit in the SPLASH ZONE this time. This show is immersive, strange and hilarious!... full review