WHY: Do not miss the opportunity to witness Rebecca O’Brien’s incredible performance in “Getting There.” Her show has received such acclaim that it has been extended, giving you the fortunate opportunity to see it for yourself. Don’t miss this chance to be reminded of the incredible strength and resilience of the human spirit, and the profound impact that empathy and understanding can have on our lives.
WHERE:studio/stage(Main Space), 520 N. Western Ave + livestream
WHY: Is there any greater joy than sitting in the theater and laughing? If your answer is a resounding “NO!!,” then do not hesitate for another moment. Run, don’t walk, to witness the magnificence that is “Truly Outrageous: An Unofficial Jem and the Holograms Musical Parody.” This trippy, fresh, bodacious, gnarly, totally tubular and rad experience deserves every accolade and standing ovation.
WHY: Fun! The playwright/actress, Bonnie He, has created an engaging 45 minutes where the audience is treated to a zany and at times delightfully naughty evening of laughter. The audience is part of the performance and Bonnie invites (surprising willing) participants onstage to serve as part of the merriment. Creative and committed to every moment of her performance I walked out refreshed and delighted… The Fringe is back and it is artists like Bonnie that remind us how wonderful individual voices can be. Brava!
WHY: This is an amazing show! The music, the talent, the script make this one of the shows you don’t want to miss at the fringe this year!
Written by Terri Weiss, directed and choreographed by John Coppola, composed by Geraldo Herrera Benavides with lyrics by Bill Berry this musical brings the challenges of a young girl coping with loss who though music finds harmony and family. This uplifting musical brings the audience to their feet as they celebrate the ability of the human spirit to recover from tragedy. This is a show for the whole family.