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Fringe Festival continues

copyright Melissa Lynn 2008

copyright Melissa Lynn 2008

The KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival continues all next week with tons of exciting performances you won’t want to miss. rochesterfringe.com

Below is a selection of shows and events to check out:

Saturday, Sept. 14

  • “Aliens Like Us,” Noon, Writers & Books, additional show time available
  • “Oz and Effect,” 2 p.m., School of the Arts: Black Box Theatre, additional show time available
  • Jedlie’s Magic Circus, 3 p.m., Joseph Avenue Arts & Culture Alliance @ Avenue D Rec Center,
  • The Memory Palace On-Site Listening Experience at High Falls, 4 p.m., High Falls, additional show times available
  • Somewhere In Between, 4 p.m., Lyric Theatre: Main Stage
  • “ShMILF Life,” 7:30 p.m., MuCCC, additional show time available
  • Plasticiens Volants in Peal: Secrets of the Sea (pictured), 8 p.m., Parcel 5

Sunday, Sept. 15

  • Bushwhacked British Bake Off, 1 p.m., Spiegelgarden, additional show times available
  • The Decision is Yours, An Interactive Murder Mystery, 1 p.m., School of the Arts: Black Box Theatre, additional show time available
  • Shoe Stories: “My Life with 400 Pairs of Shoes,” 2 p.m., The Little: Theatre 5
  • Spooky Stories in the Stacks, 2:30 p.m., Central Library, additional show times available
  • “Flirting Like an American,” 3 p.m., Geva Theatre Center: Fielding Stage, additional show times available
  • “RED: That Other Color Girl,” 4 p.m., MuCCC, additional show time available
  • Which Bitch Did It?, 8 p.m., Lyric Theatre: Main Stage, additional show time available

Monday, Sept. 16

  • “21 Chump Street,” 6 p.m., The Avyarium, additional show time available
  • ExMen: Not About Superheroes, 7 p.m., Java’s Café, additional show time available
  • “Homo Familiarus,” 7 p.m., MuCCC
  • “You Know the Old Slaying,” 8:30 p.m., Nox, additional show times available

Tuesday, Sept. 17

  • “Elision,” an electroacoustic percussion show, 7 p.m., Eastman School of Music: Hatch Recital Hall
  • “The Geriactors Present!” 7 p.m., Writers & Brooks, additional sessions available
  • Charlie Landsman: Stand Up & Get Down, 8 p.m., Nox
  • “See What I’m Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary,” 8 p.m., Spiegelgarden

Wednesday, Sept. 18

  • Yoga Music & Unworldly Dance, 5 p.m., School of the Arts: Allen Main Stage Theatre
  • “The Fighting Girl’s Guide to Politics,” 6 p.m., School of the Arts: Club SOTA, additional show times available
  • Good Joke/Bad Joke Bingo, 6 p.m., Lyric Theatre: Main Stage, additional show times available
  • Black + White: A Theatrical Tango Dance Production, 7 p.m., School of the Arts: Allen Main Stage Theatre, additional show time available

Thursday, Sept. 19

  • “Between Silences,” 5:30 p.m., School of the Arts: Black Box Theatre, additional show time available
  • Charming Disaster: A Musical Tarot Reading, 6 and 8:30 p.m., Nox, additional show times available
  • Stand-Up Through the Ages, 6 p.m., School of the Arts: Club SOTA, additional show times available
  • Brave Space, 7 and 9 p.m., School of the Arts: Gym, additional show times available

 

 

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