Have you ever had an experience with the paranormal? The Witnessing has. Maybe it’s not a common question, and the answer’s usually “no,” but it is the first thing you’re asked before attending The Witnessing, the 2018 Fringe Festival offering from The Unmarked Door. The show centers, as many great horror stories do, on […]
MB Stage Productions’ The Study, which premiered at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival, really started out great: an audience attends a science class to discuss fear, but instead of slides and experiments, several “students” are sent on a trip directly into a horror movie, and those that remain must observe and dictate the outcome of […]
Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts, penned in 1881, can’t be described as the most accessible text ever written, but its criticism of 19th century morals and the controversy surrounding its content is still an inspiration to modern playwrights. Due to its content Ghosts was, to say it generously, not universally praised at its initial release. But it’s […]
Unreal City, Under the brown fog of a winter dawn A crowd flowed over London Bridge, so many, I had not thought death had undone so many. Sighs, short and infrequent, were exhaled, And each man fixed his eyes before his feet. -T.S. Eliot, “The Wasteland” I’m being led down the cracked streets of […]
Music is universal and integral to our lives. It can transport us to a moment in time, amplify or suppress emotions, or even force us to reflect in the stillness. The creators of The Guest & The Host, Spencer Williams and Andrew Heringer, have incorporated their love of music into an intimate 90-minute immersive experience […]
A dingy bar traps seven souls. A young man paces the room, only to stop and slam his glass down onto a table. A young girl rests with her head laid down on the bar. A studious man quietly reads the Bible. A provocatively dressed woman sneaks glances at a bearded man fiddling with his […]
Annie Lesser’s “Death and Coffee” is a casual, heavy chat between audience member and lesser about the loss of her Grandfather. It’s both moving and self-reflective. A “must” of the Fringe.
There are still tickets available for the final weekend of Ceaseless Fun’s The Stars. To purchase yours and learn more about the production, please visit its Hollywood Fringe Festival event page here. “You’re not going to be immortal, but you can do better than most. You can leave an outline of yourself behind for everyone […]
Aaron Vanek’s One Last Thing Before You Go is a welcome addition to 2018’s Hollywood Fringe Festival. It is a solo experience where participants take on the role of a recently departed experience. What happens next is up to you.
What happens when we die? Why do bad things happen to good people? Are we alone in the universe? Writer/Director Erik Blair tackles these questions and more in God: The Apologies Tour, now playing at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Part monologue, part immersive conversation, God: The Apologies Tour invites audiences to meet the Creator, along […]