New Orleans Fringe

Review: The New Orleans Fringe Festival so far

November 21, 2014. By Will Coviello, Gambit Weekly

The New Orleans Fringe Festival has more than 80 shows to choose from and there is a great variety of options. Below are reviews of shows we’ve seen so far. Apologies to all the shows we didn’t get to.  READ MORE...


NolaDefender, November 2014, by Michael Martin. 

Two or three years ago, I grew disgruntled with the New Orleans Fringe Festival. Except for any absolute obligation shows, I started avoiding it in its entirety... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.


NolaDefender, November 21, 2014.

Besides the opportunity to be windy and wordy, the main advantage of keeping my amateur status as a critic rather than going... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.


NolaDefender, November 2014.

The second night of Fringe bought a fresh round of premiers. NoDef was there to catch all the action and deliver a fresh round of reviews as well... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.


Mudlark Public Theatre brings back 'Blue Book' puppet theater production for additional performances, by David Lee Simmons, December 2, 2013.

Let's go out on a limb and guess that last month's New Orleans Fringe Festival was a blur, you blinked, and missed a ton of intriguing theater performances? When it comes to missing Mudlark Public Theatre, you're in luck... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

W.K., by Brad Rhines, November 24, 2013.

W.K. might be the only show at Fringe Fest show that tackles one of theater’s most challenging genres: the romantic comedy. While there are plenty of shows about love and sex, W.K. takes... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Fringe Festival showcases the eclectic, offensive and bizarre in New Orleans

The Advocate, by Travis Andrews, November 24, 2013.

Past the bar in the AllWays Lounge and Theatre on St. Claude Avenue is a small room where... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

On the Fringe

NOLADEFENDER, by NoDeff Staff, November 24, 2013.

Fringe runs all weekend, and NoDef is here to help you navigate the masive schedule. Today, check out reviews of Cabaret Macabre, Antebellum and more!... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

On the Fringe II

NOLADEFENDER, by NoDeff Staff, November 24, 2013.

New Orleans Fringe closes out tonight, after five days of 76 plays at over 40 venues. Read on for NoDef's last batch of reviews... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

OBSCURA: A Magic Show, by Ryan Sparks, November 23, 2013.

Christian Cagigal’s preferred form of magic is the card trick.  His beautiful assistant is a digital camera that relays the tricks that unfold from the palms of his hands onto a large screen behind him... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

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Fringe is supported by a SEED grant from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. This program is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council.  This program is supported in part by a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans. The grant is administered through the Arts Council of New Orleans.


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