This sex-positive, queer-friendly, nudity-dotted performance isn’t intended for children ... or prudish adults.
Amanda Cox is a choreographer to keep an eye on.
The one-man production is equal parts historical monologue and interactive art class.
The 1985 near-tragedy at Walt Disney World was rewritten as a disaster-movie spoof during a cocaine bender.
Fringe legend Chase Padgett wows us again.
Absurdist dream or surreal nightmare, this show will haunt you.
A ghostly and experimental cabaret narrative gets its world premiere at Orlando Fringe.
An abstract, avian-inspired showcase of contemporary ballet.
One of the most wonderfully whacked-out experiences of this year’s festival.
A subtle statement about processing grief doesn’t get in the way of gut-busting laughs.
For once it’s great to see a Fringe show that works your mind and funnybone without wringing your heart.
A machine-gun monologue that’s one of the fastest, funniest self-help shows at the Fringe.
A surprisingly tender and tuneful tribute to female friendship.
'An American Girl in Hitler’s Germany' is one of Fringe's most emotionally resonant dramas.
Musical parody will be packed with laughs for fans of 'The Room.'
Like a lost Samuel Beckett play performed by a couple of Cirque du Soleil clowns.
Gangl’s voyage gets a bit choppy along the way, but the destination is worthwhile.