Fringe Tracks are selections from this year's festival by interesting, influential and intriguing Fringe fans. If you're looking a quick way to navigate through Fringe, using Tracks is a solid start.
Artistic Director of Theater Latté Da
I love how Fringe takes over the town. Artists and audiences come out of the woodwork to be a part of the excitement. There is a buzz on the street, and complete strangers become fast friends, critics, confidants.
I like theater that aspires to be both intimate and epic. Dylan Fresco’s new show appears to do just that, and with a sense of humor.
I haven’t really watched television for the last 25 years, but this show sounds like a great trip down memory lane.
I’m excited to have my old friends and colleagues Jonathan Neil and Joe Kolbow back in town. And when is the last time Puccini, Guns n’ Roses and Taylor Swift shared a bill?
I absolutely loved last year’s Fringe hit Untold Lies. I can’t wait to see and hear Jim Payne and Robert Elhai’s next installment in their Winesburg, Ohio series.
One of the best things about Fringe is the chance to see work from around the globe in your own backyard. The Irish certainly know how to tell a story and lead a sing-a-long!