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Bronco Brad Dang Tootin Good Time Show

The Bronco Brad Dang Tootin’ Good Time Show has been a mainstay every Thursday afternoon on fictional WEXT-TV in Elmira, NY. Bronco Brad and sidekick Wally the Happy Talking Neutrino sing favorite songs like “Mixed Martial Arts Rodeo” and “Honky-Tonk ‘Til My Head Explodes;” tell Made-Up Tales of the Old West like “The Velcro Kid;” host a “Guess The Sawdust” game and do singalongs like “My Friend Davey The Pickled Egg." Fun for moms, dads, kids, plumbers, and small pets!

  • Length: 30 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Comedy

Bushwhacked: House Arrest

SOLD OUT for 2020! We hereby notify the public that Bushwhacked has been sentenced to house arrest. These low-risk, nonviolent offenders will be confined to their homes under close surveillance with electronic monitoring. Your presence is requested to aid in their rehabilitation through laugh therapy and court-ordered, interactive, improvised roguery. They don’t get time off for good behavior, but we’re sure you’ll have a good time! This show will be online, using a Zoom meeting format.

  • Length: 60 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Comedy

Chasing Tales

Folkteller Kristin Ward shares some of her favorite repertoire to amaze and delight audiences of all ages. Let your imagination be your guide as you discover hidden treasures in the back of a library, complete impossible tasks, and learn of a "Cinderella" who was loved just as she was. No Shoes Required.

  • Length: 35 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Spoken Word

Confessions of a Manic Pixie Dream Girl

Four young women attend a support group for so-called “manic pixie dream girls” in this gleefully postmodern, pop-culture romp. This one-woman, multimedia experience introduces a geek girl, a dancer, a lovable nut job and a blonde bombshell, with live music, physical comedy, cute rom/com boys, and fourth-wall tomfoolery – adapted for a Zoom call, of course.

  • Length: 75 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Multidisciplinary

Flirting Like an American

A naive single professor comes from Russia with(out) love. His fluency in numbers and statistics is only matched by his cluelessness in the not-so-international language of women and romance. Will he ever understand and be able to conquer the heart of the mysterious, exotic creature known as the American Woman? Will he find love or remain romantically monolingual forever? Follow Sufian Zhemukhov’s harrowing and hilarious journey as he navigates the foreign world of dating and romance in the New World.

  • Length: 70 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Comedy

FringeTalk: Black Lives Matter & the Performing Arts

The Black Lives Matter movement has created enormous social change worldwide. How does this change affect the performing arts? What now needs to be accomplished? Where do we go from here? Host Norma Holland (former anchor 13-WHAM) is joined by Thomas Warfield (NTID/RIT Director of Dance), Karen "KB" Brown (Harlem Dance Theatre, UMKC), and Jason Nious (StompNYC, Cirque du Soleil, Molodi) in this important conversation.

  • Length: 60 Minutes
  • Tickets: Not Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Spoken Word

From Russia Without Love

A political science professor stumbles into the underworld of Russian organized crime –what could possibly go wrong? As he escapes to the United States, will the KGB and Russian mafia track him down? Will his academic skills, ingenuity, and luck lead to his salvation or demise? Maybe the CIA could help him to charm the American woman of his dreams? Join performer Sufian Zhemukhov for a new show on everything from nerdy professors to mafia members!

  • Length: 70 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Comedy

I COULD NOT SPEAK IT

What happens when a father’s love goes too far? In this autobiographical journey, written and performed by Christina Kiepper, one woman fights to recover her voice and her strength after her father’s Ultimate Betrayal. In the Spring of ‘93 when she was 20 years old, she drove to her father’s house for a weekend of rest and recovery…but that’s not what she got. A story of healing, courage, dark family secrets, and finally coming out of hiding.


  • Length: 30 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Theatre

A Musical Journey to the East

Raag is the melodic framework that ornaments the pounding heart of Indian music. This rendition of Raag Gorakh Kalyan consists of two pieces. First is the non-rhythmic part, beginning with slow, melodic moves. The second consists of rhythmic pieces woven around 16-beat cycles, culminating with a fast, captivating, and climactic ending. Please do tune in and experience India through its centuries-old music.

  • Length: 30 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Music

Rhythm Delivered

Join Noa Barankin of DrumatiX for a creative, entertaining, and fun adventure of rhythm and dance, where various found items turn into musical instruments and the possibilities of creating rhythms and movement are endless! Tap dance, body percussion, drumming, and live audience interaction are all part of this unique performance, which includes both live solos by Noa and pre-recorded pieces from previous performances of DrumatiX. Adults and kids alike will enjoy this fabulous imaginative journey!

  • Length: 60 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Kids Fringe

Seven Decades Pregnant

"Avoid slopping around the house in old slippers and a messy housecoat with your hair uncombed. If you can keep yourself neat and well-groomed, you may be surprised at how much the bluest feelings improve." Would you offer this advice to a pregnant woman today – when maternity tees have phrases like: "Touching my baby bump will result in you getting throat punched?" In this show, Melissa shares the amusing, infuriating, and jarring advice from her grandmother's 1949 prenatal care book.

  • Length: 30 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Comedy

SHOW OFF School with Jonathan Burns

Jonathan Burns, Professional Show Off, has been wowing people with his magic, circus, and party trick skills, and now he teaches you to be a SHOW OFF TOO! Over the course of his career, Jonathan has appeared on America’s Got Talent, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Penn & Teller Fool Us, and many more. He’s been dubbed “Extremely Funny” by The New York Times, and was named “Variety Artist of the Year” by Campus Activities Magazine, TWICE!

  • Length: 60 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Comedy

Walking on Spectrum

Walking on Spectrum is a one-hour medley show that explores different ways to tell one’s life story through comedy, storytelling, and poetry. Stand-up comedian, storyteller and poet Juliana Heng – based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a developmental disorder that affects social interaction. Having ASD does not make one immune to life's challenges, but why not live life with spunk? Prepare to be moved, laugh, and celebrate life with Juliana!

  • Length: 60 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Multidisciplinary

we broke up.

How do you process grief in a digital world? Everyone’s favorite vlogging couple just broke up, and they’re here – streaming live – to tell you all about it. In a climate of social distancing, this play explores the world of social-media celebrities, and challenges our addictive consumption of the private lives of strangers, revealing that the distance between genuine vulnerability and performative pain is far greater than the inches between one’s face and their computer screen.

  • Length: 45 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Theatre

The Wonderland Series

Fall into Wonderland, where you’ll be guided by acting and singing violinist Shannon Reilly. Experiencing Wonderland will forever change your perception of Lewis Carroll, as you encounter his alter ego Charles Dodgson, who uncovers secret obsessions with the apocalypse and corrupt governments. You’ll meet controlling flowers, anxious rabbits, and a mouse as self-righteous as Carroll himself. Composer-writer Anna Heflin has created an unparalleled universe in The Wonderland Series. You won’t want to wake up from this dream! Instagram: @shannon.violinist, @annaheflin

  • Length: 38 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Venue: Virtual Fringe
  • Genre: Multidisciplinary

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