FRINGE Full List Schedule

FRINGE Full List Schedule

de Villars Stage (#14), Cool Air Rentals (#15), Sanctuary (#16)

Adventures of Squealy Moo Pirates presented by Kompany Family Theatre: (#15)
Arrrrrrrr!! The Campers of Camp Squealy-Moo are off on another adventure – this time on the high seas! And they need your help to search for TREASURE!! This highly interactive theatre production is a treasure chest full of Pirate songs, stories, antics and danger!
Aug. 17 at 11:00AMAug. 20 at 11:00AMAug. 21 at 11:00AMAug. 22 at 11:00AMAug. 23 at 11:00AMAug. 24 at 11:00AMAug. 25 at 11:00AM

Ahunwar: The Devil’s Long Nap presented by Night Canopy Theatre: (#15)
Ahunwar: The Devil’s Long Nap​ is an exciting new adaptation of Zoroastrian mythology! Three thousand years after a cosmic war, a demoness named Jeh awakens the devil Ahriman from a deep, unnatural slumber. As Ahriman recovers his lost memories, the pair start questioning their identities, their freedom, and everything they think they know to be true. 
Aug. 17 at 8:30PMAug. 18 at 6:30PMAug. 19 at 3:30PMAug. 20 at 5:30PMAug. 22 at 6:00PMAug. 23 at 9:45PMAug. 24 at 2:30PMAug. 26 at 4:15PM

Call Mr. Robeson presented by Tayo Aluko & Friends: (#15)
Paul Robeson is a great and famous actor, singer and civil rights campaigner. When over the years he gets progressively too radical and outspoken for the establishment’s liking, he is branded a traitor to his country, harassed, and denied opportunities to perform or travel. Just as physical, emotional and mental stress threaten to push him over the fine line between genius and madness, he is summoned to appear before the House Un-American Activities Committee, to give the most difficult and important performance of his career. This roller-coaster journey through Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life highlights how his pioneering and heroic (but largely forgotten) political activism led many to describe him as the forerunner of the civil rights movement.
Aug. 21 at 3:00PMAug. 23 at 7:15PMAug. 24 at 4:30PMAug. 25 at 2:45PM

Clean Cut presented by NexGen Theatre: (#14)
Aug. 17 at 5:45PMAug. 18 at 4:00PMAug. 19 at 7:45PMAug. 21 at 3:15PMAug. 22 at 6:30PMAug. 23 at 9:30PMAug. 25 at 8:15PMAug. 26 at 3:00PM

Elementary Sherlock presented by THEATrePUBLIC: (#14)
Aug. 17 at 3:45PMAug. 18 at 6:15PMAug. 20 at 6:00PMAug. 21 at 7:30PMAug. 22 at 8:30PMAug. 23 at 2:45PMAug. 24 at 5:45Aug. 25 at 6:15PM

Five Stages of Death: (#16)
Three actors, a playwright, four savage reviews. How far would each go to revenge their art? Sympathy drinks in the beer tent … or murder? A comedy-slash-mystery.

Aug. 17 at 4:15PMAug. 18 at 7:15PMAug. 20 at 9:15PMAug. 21 at 4:30PMAug. 22 at 2:45PMAug. 24 at 6:45PMAug. 25 at 2:30PMAug. 26 at 8:00PM

Handel: The Musical presented by Ron Long: (#16)
Handel makes a deal with the Almighty to sing broadway tunes but the catch is God gets to decide what those tunes are!  Ron Long is dressing up as Handel, singing broadway tunes and coming out of the closet!
Aug. 17 at 7:00PMAug. 18 at 9:30PMAug. 19 at 4:15PMAug. 20 at 2:45PMAug. 22 at 9:30PMAug. 23 at 6:00PMAug. 24 at 2:45PMAug. 25 at 9:30PM

Interstellar Elder presented by Snafu Dance Theatre: (#14)
Meet Kitt, fierce lone geriatric astronaut adrift in a spaceship carrying cryogenically frozen ​human cargo. Her mission: protect the last of humankind. 
Aug. 16 at 9:00PMAug. 18 at 8:15PMAug. 19 at 3:00PMAug. 20 at 3:45PMAug. 21 at 5:15PMAug. 23 at 7:00PMAug. 24 at 3:45PM

Just an Ordinary Lawyer presented by Tayo Aluko & Friends: (#15)
Tunji Sowande arrived in London from Nigeria in 1945 to study law and pursue his interest in music. He rose to become a well respected barrister, the first Black Head of Chambers, and finally the first (part-time) Black Judge in Britain. He was an active solo concert performer as a baritone singer, giving concerts for charities and to entertain residents of old people’s homes. On top of it all, he was a great lover of cricket, and became a member of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), known as “the home of cricket.” In an undefined setting, Sowande muses on Imperialism, Colonialism and Black people’s struggles for freedom, justice and human rights, in Africa and the diaspora. He is however not a political man – he prefers to do his job and watch sports. He nonetheless does his bit to spread peace and love through the medium of music and song. 
Aug. 22 at 8:00PMAug. 23 at 3:00PMAug. 25 at 8:30PMAug. 26 at 8:00PM

One Man Pride and Prejudice presented by PKF Productions: (#16)
It is a truth universally acknowledged that an actor in possession of a woman’s story must be in want of a wife–to help him adapt it. Charles Ross (One Man Star Wars, Lord of The Rings, Batman, Stranger Things) and visual artist, Lisa Hebden, tackle the greatest romantic comedy ever. The intrigue, dancing, proposals (did we mention the lace?), are given the one-man once-over. We hope you roll in the aisles- not Jane Austen in her grave. 
Aug. 17 at 9:00PMAug. 18 at 3:00PMAug. 19 at 6:45PMAug. 20 at 5:00PMAug. 21 at 6:30PMAug. 22 at 7:30PMAug. 23 at 3:15PMAug. 24 at 5:00PMAug. 26 at 4:00PM

Pop Up Storybook presented by KidLibs Theatre: (#15)
Aug. 17 at 12:15PMAug. 18 at 12:15PMAug. 20 at 12:15PMAug. 21 at 12:15PMAug. 22 at 12:15PMAug. 23 at 12:15PMAug. 24 at 12:15PMAug. 25 at 12:15PM

Madagascar Jr. presented by Dramatic Learning: (#16)

Back from last year’s Fringe hit “Alice @ Wonderland”, Dramatic Learning presents Madagascar – A Musical Adventure Jr based on the Dreamworks movie. Follow this madcap group as they escape from their home in New York’s Central Park Zoo and find themselves on an unexpected journey to Madagascar.
Aug. 18 at 1:00PMAug. 20 at 11:00AMAug. 21 at 1:00PMAug. 22 at 11:00AMAug. 23 at 1:00PMAug. 24 at 11:00AMAug. 25 at 12:45PM

Psyche: A Vision of Beauty presented by Kinda Epic Productions: (#16)
Love is blind. In this retelling of the Greek legend, Psyche a princess whose beauty offends Aphrodite and has to overcome trials to prove her love for Cupid. With help from the Gods and other mythical beings, Psyche and Cupid learn what it takes for a mere mortal and an immortal to against all odds, live happily ever after.
Aug. 19 at 9:00PMAug. 20 at 7:00PMAug. 22 at 5:00PMAug. 24 at 9:15PMAug. 25 at 4:45PMAug. 26 at 1:30PM

Sketched Kids presented by KidLibs Theatre: (#15)
Aug. 17 at 1:30PMAug. 18 at 1:30PMAug. 20 at 1:30PMAug. 21 at 1:30PMAug. 22 at 1:30PMAug. 23 at 1:30PMAug. 25 at 1:30PM

The Ever After presented by Sherard Musical Theatre: (#16)
In this hilarious parody of daytime TV, our host wonders if time truly heals all wounds. The host invites Cinderella and her middle-aged ‘beauty-impaired’ stepsisters to reconcile with each other after being estranged for 20 years. Can Snow White make amends with the Evil Queen? And what secret is the frog prince hiding? This hysterical fractured fairy tale has it all.
Aug. 17 at 1:00PM, Aug. 18 at 11:00AM, Aug. 20 at 1:00PM, Aug. 21 at 11:00AM, Aug. 22 at 1:00PM, Aug. 23 at 11:00AM, Aug. 24 at 1:00PM, Aug. 25 at 11:00AM

The Importance of Being Ernest presented by Empress of Blandings Productions: (#15)
John Worthing leads a complicated double life. To Cecily, his eighteen-year-old ward, he is Uncle Jack: a sober, sensible, responsible guardian. To his best friend Algernon and girlfriend Gwendolen, however, he is Ernest: the charming, not-very-sober-or-responsible man about town. Keeping everyone in his life oblivious is a delicate balancing act, and his two worlds will never collide if Jack can help it. But secrets have a way of coming out–especially when affairs of the heart are thrown into the mix…
Aug. 16 at 8:15PM, Aug. 17 at 5:30PM, Aug. 18 at 3:15PM, Aug. 20 at 8:00PM, Aug. 21 at 5:45PM, Aug. 22 at 3:00PM, Aug. 24 at 6:45PM, Aug. 25 at 5:15PM, Aug. 26 at 1:30PM

The Odd-yssey: (#14)
Flip and Rick are co-workers, more importantly though, they are dreamers. Rick has dreams of greatness, Flip dreams about how great the end of the workday will be. This workday might not be great in Flip’s definition, but the potential for Rick’s dreams are seeming more and more likely…
Aug. 17 at 12:45PM, Aug. 18 at 12:45PM, Aug. 20 at 12:45PM, Aug. 21 at 12:45PM, Aug. 22 at 12:45PM, Aug. 23 at 12:45PM, Aug. 24 at 12:45PM, Aug. 25 at 12:45PM

Tuesdays and Sundays presented by Soul Pancakes: (#15)
Aug. 17 at 3:00PM, Aug. 18 at 8:30PM, Aug. 19 at 7:15PM, Aug. 20 at 3:15PM, Aug. 21 at 9:00PM, Aug. 23 at 5:15PM, Aug. 24 at 9:30PM, Aug. 26 at 6:00PM.

Underneath the Lintel presented by Desperate Theatre Productions: (#14)
Aug. 17 at 8:00PM, Aug. 19 at 5:15PM, Aug. 20 at 8:30PM, Aug. 22 at 3:30PM, Aug. 23 at 4:30PM, Aug. 24 at 7:45PM, Aug. 25 at 3:15PM, Aug. 26 at 7:30PM

Y2K Black Death Oratorio presented by Pop Goes the Opera: (#16)
The Y2K Black Death Oratorio tells the hilarious story of a moody composer, a clueless church choir and a menacing musical Millenium meltdown.
Aug. 16 at 8:00PM, Aug. 18 at 5:15PM, Aug. 19 at 2:00PM, Aug. 21 at 8:30PM, Aug. 23 at 8:15PM, Aug. 25 at 7:15PM, Aug. 26, 6:15PM