Fringe Festival short list

The Fringe is back, and we have 30 shows that look promising.

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  • Photograph: Dixie Sheridan

    Lipshtick
    Reality-television shows and makeover stunts get the satirical treatment in this multimedia feminist show that surfs from vaudeville to burlesque.

  • Photograph: Johnny

    Love in a Tub

  • Photograph: Cristina Soiman

    Nils' Fucked Up Day

  • Photograph: Boaz Zippor

    Paper Cut

  • Photograph: Beatrice LaBarge

    Parker & Dizzy's Fabulous Journey to the End of the Rainbow

Photograph: Dixie Sheridan

Lipshtick
Reality-television shows and makeover stunts get the satirical treatment in this multimedia feminist show that surfs from vaudeville to burlesque.

Lipshtick
Reality-television shows and makeover stunts get the satirical treatment in this multimedia feminist show that surfs from vaudeville to burlesque.

Love in a Tub
What happens when you mix glam rock and Restoration farce? This odd confection, featuring the Fyddlers, a Spandex-clad band whose members spout a version of Elizabethan English.

Nils' Fucked Up Day
All the way from Romania comes Peca Stefan's obscene existentialist comedy, which finds bleak laughs in the title character's misadventures.

Paper Cut
Yael Rasooly offers what is approximately the 79th one-woman show in this year's Fringe. She plays a mousy secretary who brings old black-and-white photos to life.

Parker & Dizzy's Fabulous Journey to the End of the Rainbow
For broad, campy musical fun, you can't do better than this new tuner that purports to mix gay humor, buddy comedy and conspiracy thrills.

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