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Ink19 Reviews the 2016 Orlando Fringe Festival

For your convenience, these are the links to Ink19 reviews of 2016 Orlando Festival shows as of May 29, 2016.

The Fringe Omnibus for May 29, 2016

Becky’s Fun Time Hour (Savoy)

Burn Job, by T. J. Dawe (Black)

A Night at Sara’s Lounge (St. Matthew’s Tavern)

Magic, Music, and a Little Mayhem (Pink)

Another Brick in the Wall (Pink)

VarieTEASE: Carnivale (Orange)

Vasily Djokovic (Black)

Fruit Flies Like a Banana: Alphabetical Disorder


God Is A Scottish Drag Queen IV

“Rocket Man” and “Kaleidoscope” by Ray Bradbury


On The Fringe

Lil’ Women: A Rap Musical

Women Behind Bars

The Hideout</a>

On the Line

Bio Psycho Social

The Animatronicans

2 For Tea

21 Chump Street

Sex with Animals

The Great & Powerful Tim: World’s Worst Supervillain

The Foreplay: An Exploration of the Birth of our Nation

Enter Penumbra


Oh, Manada!


Bella Culpa

Trick Boxing: Swingin’ in the Ring

At the Crossroads

Daddy Issues</a>

Chocolate Cake

Voci Dance: Paint Chips

Shirley Gnome</strong>

From Broadway to Obscurity

The Lion, the Bitch, and the Wardrobe

Love Is A Battlefield

No Tweed Too Tight: Another Grant Canyon Mystery

Operation 87

Juggler & Mime: A Tale of Two… </strong></a>

Stewart Huff: Sense Ain’t Common

Edgar Allan

Assassinations and Other Macabre Tales

Slut Like Me


Broken Bone Bathtub

Breakneck Hamlet

Keith Brown: A Magic Show

Soap Opera, An Opera

Toiley T. Paper: Roll Model!

Master of the Rack</strong>

Dino World: A Shave-O-Saurus Rex

Angelina Sings!

Marian: Lost in Fiction


Murder Sleep

Decades Rewind

Simpleton: The Legend of President Trump

In Close Quarters: A Story of Love and War:

So You Say You Want A Revolution:


A Long Time Ago…The Eighties Strike Back:…es-strike-back-2/

Prestigious Insanity: A Magic Show:

My Master, My Slave, My Friend:

The Well-Seasoned Players:

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