Betsy Carmichael’s BINGO Palace

Betsy Carmichael’s BINGO Palace

Hit the jackpot with Betsy Carmichael’s BINGO Palace during the 13th Annual IndyFringe Festival! The zany, energetic show from Betsibu Productions will have you laughing, dancing, and yelling “O what?” with Betsy Carmichael. Your heart will go zingo when you use the...
Fight for 52¢ in U.S. Labor History

Fight for 52¢ in U.S. Labor History

Fight for 52¢ might not make much sense in today’s economy. There’s not much you can buy for 52 cents. Back in 1934 however, it was a different story. This one-man show, produced and performed by Howard Petrick of San Francisco, tells the story of V. R....
A Fatal Step

A Fatal Step

Film Noir, literally ‘black film or cinema’, describes a genre of dark, American crime and detective films produced in the late 1940’s. Jill Vice brings the classic elements of this genre to the stage. She is completely at home in the role of a femme...
Heard on the Street

Heard on the Street

If you see board member and long-time fringe fan, Martha Karatz on the street during the festival be sure to stop and ask her what she has seen, and what she loved.  Here are just a few snippets of what she is likely to say: Josephine So moving and so well executed,...
Black in the Box

Black in the Box

An inadvertent commentary on what made the late Dick Gregory special came through in the one-man IndyFringe festival show “Black in the Box,” which I saw at the Phoenix UndergroundSunday  afternoon. Gregory pioneered direct talk about race in stand-up...
Red Couch

Red Couch

Trumpets sound, cymbals crash, and violins quiver as two people find love in Red Couch on the TOTS Mainstage. The show is full of fancy footwork and flirtatious energy as two dancers bring to life a story inspired by the book “I Like You.” This award-winning...