Keep an eye out through the next week for reviews of the shows that are closing out the 2022 festival—I'm especially excited to see the latest from Lightning Rod Special, SPEECH, which opens tonight. In the meantime, be sure to check out this week's coverage, which includes dance, drama, and music.
October is barreling down on us, and we're excited about the many stories coming your way: film festivals, world-premiere theater, immersive art installations, and more. We hope you're enjoying this changing of the seasons, including those cooling fall days where the sky is so blue and bright that the light seems to sparkle with relief. In my neighborhood, the tips of the trees are just starting to turn yellow.
Be ready on Friday for our final Find us at the Fringe letter, and look out for more in this vein very soon!
An interdisciplinary duo
Two Fringe Festival shows, An Untitled Love from A.I.M by Kyle Abraham, and Ninth Planet’s high noon, explore the Black experience, highlighting themes of resilience, community, and connection. Melissa Strong reviews.