“The ADHD Project” is Bright and Honest

Squirrel Suit’s The ADHD Project takes a circuitous route through its subject material (as might be expected, given the matter at hand) but does so with high energy and a sunniness that counteracts some of the darker subject material. ADHD Project tells Carlyn Rhamey’s story of having to live with ADHD her whole life, including … Continue reading “The ADHD Project” is Bright and Honest

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Evolution Theatre Asks Big Questions in “The Home Show”

The Home Show (not to be confused with House Show or The Dolls House) asks the very timely question: are we entitled to a Home? Produced by Evolution Theatre with new Artistic Director Laurie Fyffe at the helm, this show has a great cast, asks thought provoking questions, and has an incredible sound design containing … Continue reading Evolution Theatre Asks Big Questions in “The Home Show”

Experience a Musical Day-in-the-Life with “AL Connors: DJ Detective”

One of the really great things about Fringe is that it allows artists to embrace forms of performance beyond the drama or one-man show. AL Connors: DJ Detective is definitely a one-man show, but it also beautifully integrates the non-traditional performance of DJing in a way that tailors each performance to its own audience. On … Continue reading Experience a Musical Day-in-the-Life with “AL Connors: DJ Detective”

“Who, Me.” Is a Feel Good Show that will Tickle your Inner Nerd

Rob Lloyd’s Who, Me tells the story of how obsessions (particularly of the pop culture variety) both help and hinder people’s ability to communicate and move around socially – and like the content it discusses, it will be accessible to some and inaccessible to others. With Who, Me Lloyd tells the story of his not-quite-lifelong … Continue reading “Who, Me.” Is a Feel Good Show that will Tickle your Inner Nerd