Fringe Festival short list

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

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  • Photograph: Bart Cortright

    PigPen Presents: The Mountain Song

  • Photograph: Ken Stein-Runs With Scissors

    Theater of the Arcade

  • Photograph: Nicole Piotrkowski

    Victor and Victoria's Terrifying Tale of Terrible Things

  • Photograph: Dawson Nichols

    Virtual Solitaire

  • Photograph: Yi-Chun Wu

    Nejla Yakin, Dancing with the Berlin Wall

    Wallstories

Photograph: Bart Cortright

PigPen Presents: The Mountain Song

PigPen Presents: The Mountain Song
Bluegrass, puppetry and folktales are the main ingredients of this affable-looking show, featuring seven charming lads and a story of a carpenter in search of his daughter's wedding.

Theater of the Arcade
Piper McKenzie, resident troupe at Williamsburg's Brick Theater, offers a waggish spin on classic video games. Playwright Jeff Lewonczyk treats retro pixelfests such as Donkey Kong as if they were great modern drama.

Victor and Victoria's Terrifying Tale of Terrible Things
Inspired by writer-illustrator Edward Gorey, this Canadian import offer gothic chills and laughs, as well as tweely creepy performances from Nathan Cuckow and Beth Graham.

Virtual Solitaire
Playwright Dawson Nichols links virtual reality to a murder mystery in this critically lauded high-tech thriller from Seattle.

Wallstories
The Washington, D.C.-based company NY2Dance uses movement to portray the lives of Germans who lived on either side of the Berlin Wall.

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