All of our 2015 Fringe Fest reviews in one place!

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Orlando Fringe Fest 2015 runs from May 13-25, offering scores of shows from local, national and international performers, and over the two weeks of the festival, we'll be checking out as many of them as humanly possible. Below you can find links to all of our reviews, in alphabetical order for ease of reference.

We'll be updating this list daily, so be sure to check back!




The 11 O'Clock Number (improv, musical)
1969: Stonewall (drama, monologue)
6 Guitars (one-man show, musical)
7 (x1) Samurai (one-man show)
Anne Frankenstein (comedy)
Varietease: Aqueous (dance)
Around the World in 80 Years: A Good Girl's Guide to Being Bad (cabaret, one-woman show)
Autobahn (five short plays by Neil LaBute)
Awkward Silence Jax Presents: Straight Up (sketch comedy)
Best Picture (film parody)
Butt Kapinski (avant-garde comedy)
Chase & Stacy's Joyride to Eternity (comedy, improv)
Clink (circus, movement, family-friendly)
Confessions: An Improvised Comedy (comedy, improv)
CosmoLyrical (one-man show)
Cootie Catcher (one-man show)
Corsets and Cuties: A Burlesque Cabaret (burlesque)
Dark Wood (comedy, drama)
Darwin vs. Rednecks (storytelling, stand-up)
Deviant Behaviors (one-woman show)
Dragness of God and the Naked Holy Ghost (comedy, drag, film parody)
Dreamscape: Our Dreams Told Through Dance (movement)
Dumpster Cats (parody, musical)
The Exclusion Zone (monologue)
Ferdinand (family-friendly)
Field Guide to the Gays 2 (one-man show)
Fruit Flies Like a Banana (music, movement)
God Is a Scottish Drag Queen 3 (one-man show)
Grim & Fischer (family-friendly, comedy, movement)
Hop Frog (one-man show, storytelling, creepy)
Hurtling Towards Earth (one-woman show, acrobatics)
Janis Joplin, Little Girl Blue (musical)
Japanese Samurai Don Quixote Challenging Giant English Windmills! (one-man show, standup)
Jem Rolls Up (one-man show, poetry, rap)
Jon Bennett: My Dad's Deaths (one-man show, comedy)
Just This Once (musical)
Kiya Heartwood: Song Tales From the American Edge (storytelling, musical, one-woman show)
Late With Lance! (one-man show, musical)
Lay, Ms. (musical)
The Lion Queen and the Naked Go-go Cub (parody, musical)
Massage à Trois (comedy, one-acts)
Melvin Wants to Die (comedy)
Messages (dance)
A MidAutumn Night's Dream (dance)
Moonlight After Midnight (comedy, drama, romance)
Nick Paul: Impossible Feats of Fake Magic (magic)
Once I Laughed (musical)
Peter & Chris and the Mystery of the Hungry Heart Hotel (sketch comedy, improv)
Poe (drama)
The Road Less Gravelled (one-woman show)
Say Hello to Vincent van Gogh (one-man show)
Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll (one-man show)
Streisand: The Greatest Star – Like Buttah! (cabaret)
Tales Too Tall for Trailers (storytelling, musical)
Technology, Breasts, and Other World Issues (one-woman show, cabaret)
Tell Me on a Sunday (musical)
Tim + Spencer's Magicians Must Die (magic)
The Tricky Part (one-man show)
Uncouth (one-woman show, clowning)
Valence (dance)
Village Ax (avant-garde one-woman show)
The Wait List Murders (comedy)





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