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Mo Rocca talks peckers, Büchner heads for the hills: Our festival review roundup
How many Fringe shows will you see?
Beware Dalvador Sali at the New Ohio Theatre
Aussies, Romanians, and singing yeasts
The Fringe Festival brings the end of summer to life
First new trees, then off to Detroit for the wide-ranging playwright. Plus, summer theater picks.
Done with the pee, Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann dive into the ooze
Part One of a two-part article about homosexual identity
A play or two from outer space, but some hit closer to home
How many Fringe shows can you see?
The Lincoln Center Festival brings high art to the harbor
Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects celebrates 20 years of dance
Hey, you never know
Four guys from Perth test the fest with their solo shows
Get out your coolie hats and your bloody Popeye clothes.
Missing Man, Ariel View, Keep Your Eyes Open, and more
Fringe explores the life of writers -- plus sex, nudity and poo. Here we go again!
BashÃ¢â¬â¢d Ã¢â¬Å Ã¢â¬â°beats down opera hataÃ¢â¬â¢s
Edith Piaf makes a New York Fringe Festival Encore
Another year of weak work at NYC's biggest theater fest
Scattered venues, weak plays, Urinetown wannabes: How can we improve the New York Fringe?
Fringe Fest roundup: Featuring Poe, the Olsens, and the disembodied head of Sam Walton
Fringe Festival roundup: Gay penguins, fart jokes, Oingo Boingo, macramé, and more
An opinionated guide to the New York International Fringe Festival
Huge ensembles and one-person shows, history and the future, dada and packing tape
From the copy desk to Byzantium, downtown offerings help us sweat the dog days
A festival spins pop culture into stage lunacy
Artists from the Windy City take the Fringe by storm
A Guide to the New York International Fringe Festival's Recycling Program
Zombies, opium smokers, and Tupperware ladies, oh my!
Organ Harvesting, Leprechauns, Thoreau's Alien Abduction, and the HMS Donkeyballs
Slurry With the Fringe on Top
International Theater in the Post9-11 Era
Controlled Chaos Rules at FringeNYC
Fringe '99 It's my penis and I'll cry if I want to
A Consumer Guide to the New York International Fringe Festival