Seth Kubersky's 20 most anticipated Fringe shows (in alphabetical order)
Published: May 17, 2012
Paul Strickland: Jokes, Songs, a Hat, Etc.
This Kentucky-based comedian's brand of sculpted stand-up has stood out in the past, and now he's adding skillful singing and strumming to his set.
Skill Focus: Burlesque Does Fringe
A last-minute cancellation allowed my favorite local nerdy exotic entertainers into the festival, and they'll be undressing in a different fandom-inspired theme at each show.
Theme Park Diva: The Musical
Prolific piano man John deHaas (Halloween the Musical) has been backstage at almost every attraction. He put his insights into this satire, which he co-wrote and composed; it was first a hit 15 years ago.
I first saw the award-winning sonic wizards of Toxic Audio at Fringe a decade or so ago; it's great having them back where their success started.
The Worst Show in the Fringe
Backstage critic-bashing from first-class comics Eric Pinder, Will Hagaman and Meghan Moroney, and the co-writer of last year's My Monster who wasn't on MST3K.
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