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On the Fringe: All of our Fringe Fest 2014 reviews

A constantly updating list to access our Fringe Fest 2014 show reviews


Orlando Fringe Fest 2014 runs from May 14-27 with hundreds of shows from local, national and international acts. 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 our reviews. We’ll be updating this list on the daily, so be sure to check back!

CockTales and Conversations
Home Free!
CraigsLUST: A Sexploration
Paranormal Stupidity
Seasons the Musical
The Aqua Saga
Glory Days
Tap Me on the Shoulder
Papa Squat's Store of Sorts
There's No Place Like Home 
Sperm Wars
Black Stockings
Jem Rolls Off The Tongue
Desperately Seeking the Exit 
The All New Nashville Hurricane 
Return of the Skill Focus 
Oyster Boy 
Spitting in the Face of the Devil 
Deranged Dating
Genie and Audrey's Dream Show
A Brief History of Beer
The Greatest Musical Never Written by Two Nobodies
BARE: A Pop Opera
Punk Grandpa
And Baby Makes 4
Which Side Are You On?
Shakespeare's Histories: Ten Epic Plays at a Breakneck Pace 
Keith Brown Exchange 
My Brooklyn Hamlet: A Meshugenah True Story 
Paisley Tippy-Toes 
Mark Twain's "Is Shakespeare Dead?" 
Tim and Spencer's Yet Unnamed Magic Project 
Something's Weird in Weeki Wachee 
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson 
God Is a Scottish Drag Queen II: An All-New Testament 
The Surprise, by Martin Dockery 
Flight, a Crane’s Story 
The Girl Who Fell up a Chimney 
Professor Soap’s Music Machine 
A Tired Old Whore
VGL 5’4″ Top
Tappin’ and Yappin’!
Sarah and Oscar
The Death of Brian: A Zombie Odyssey
FrankenChrist: the Musical!
The Ride-Along
Zero Tolerance


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