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  • Interview

    Sierra Boggess Returns to London as Fantine in ‘Les Misérables’

    The star of “The Little Mermaid” and “Love Never Dies” shares how working in London has shaped her as an actor.

  • Reviews


    Ryan Kipp’s fragmentary “REDlight,” in the Fringe, is a brief collection of monologues linked by Gavin, a hunky young straight guy who works as an erotic dancer in a gay club.

  • Reviews

    Hadrian's Wall

    Dani Vetere’s “Hadrian’s Wall,” a Fringe entry, is a rather odd romantic-triangle drama about the hegemony of the male species with a lesbian twist.

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    A cursed necklace, a golden cloak, and potions figure in "Grimm," still another conflation of fairy tale stories, one better suited to “Sesame Street” than the stage, at the Fringe.

  • Reviews


    A new litter of singing and dancing felines hits the stage in Ellen Warkentine and Andrew Pedroza’s hysterical but uneven Fringe opera based on the Internet’s Lolcats photos.

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    Behind the Badge

    “Behind the Badge,” written and performed by Marrick Smith and Lachlan McKinney, is a vigorous two-man Fringe work about a cop and his son that’s based on true events.

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    David Marx’s drama “Would,” a Fringe Festival show, digs deeply into the psychology of self-forgiveness in its examination of a young man who was imprisoned for life at age 14.

  • Reviews


    Chris Phillips’ “Pieces,” a Fringe drama about the murder of a gay L.A. producer, has muscular dialogue and interesting characters but also believability issues.

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    NY Review: 'Independents'

    "Independents," with a book by Marina Keegan, at the New York Fringe Festival, is a beautifully crafted musical about the doubts and fears of 20-somethings.

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    NY Review: 'Gay Camp'

    The Fringe's "Gay Camp" is an entertaining if erratic romp that's distinguished by the comic agility of its three-person cast juggling multiple roles.