Fringe Festival

Rogue Festival Reviews: Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me but Banjos Saved My Life/WHAT PIECE DID YOU LOSE?/Brother Love’s Good Time Gospel Hour/Accordion Fight Show

by Mallory Moad
& Terrance McArthur


Here are 4 more Rogue Festival show reviews-Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me but Banjos Saved My Life/WHAT PIECE DID YOU LOSE?/Brother Love’s Good Time Gospel Hour/Accordion Fight Show--with possibly a few more to come! Be sure to head out to weekend two of this year's Festival! You will be able to find all of our Rogue Festival Reviews in our Rogue Festival Section here on KRL!

Rogue Festival Reviews: Jaguar Is a Liar/Thinking Out Loud/Blood Harmony/The Real Black Swann

by Mallory Moad
& Terrance McArthur


Here are 4 more Rogue Festival show reviews-Jaguar Is a Liar/Thinking Out Loud/Blood Harmony/The Real Black Swann--with more to follow today and tomorrow! Be sure to head out to weekend two of this year's Festival starting today! You will be able to find all of our Rogue Festival Reviews in our Rogue Festival Section here on KRL!

Virtual Rogue Reviews: S’Will Virtual Insanity/Good Night; Never Goodbye/UR Here Beyond the Backyard/Right Now: Year Two

by Lorie Lewis Ham



Virtual Rogue Festival has one more weekend to enjoy some great shows virtually! Just like Rogue is different this year, we are posting our reviews differently this year--we won't be posting them all together, though they will still be in groups. Here is our final group of reviews!

Virtual Rogue Reviews: Piaf and Brel, The Impossible Concert/The Real Black Swann/Rosegold/Brother Love’s Good Time Gospel Hour/Fringe Factor: Online Edition/Blood Harmony/Trudy Carmichael Presents The Improvised One-Woman Show

by Terrance McArthur



Virtual Rogue Festival has one more weekend to enjoy some great shows virtually! Just like Rogue is different this year, we are posting our reviews differently this year--we won't be posting them all together, though they will still be in groups. Here is our second group of reviews!

Virtual Rogue Reviews: Reality is Optional/I Sit on My Arse And Play Piano/#FresnoWriters Live/Elizabeth Started All The Trouble

by Mallory Moad



Virtual Rogue Festival has one more weekend to enjoy some great shows virtually! Just like Rogue is different this year, we are posting our reviews differently this year--we won't be posting them all together, though they will still be in groups. Here is our first group of reviews!

Three More Rogue Performer Previews: Portrait of the Heretic as a Young Woman, Climbing My Family Tree, & What They Said About Sex

by Candice Holdorf,
Les Kurkendaal, & Steve Budd


“The first time Jesus made love to me, I was twelve years old.”
This was the original opening line of my new solo performance show, Portrait of the Heretic as a Young Woman, debuting at the Rogue Festival this year. And while this line now makes its appearance two-thirds of the way through the show, it still encapsulates the driving force behind my journey in Portrait.

Rogue Performer Preview: Creating Man Cave

by Tim Mooney


I’ve been touring with one-man shows pretty much non-stop for eighteen years now. Mostly I do classical material: Shakespeare, Molière, a collection of the Greatest Speeches of all time. But in 2017, something happened which changed my life, and sent me off on a new track that I never anticipated.

Rogue 2017: Demidicus Rex

by Brendon Mustaciola


Husband. Father. Wrestler. Drill sergeant. Presidential candidate. Vampire. Non-smoker. Demidicus Rex, the new satirical slice of life from Andrew Champagne and Brendon Mustaciola, examines the lighter side of populist demagogues, modern mental illness, dysfunctional sixth marriages, the increasing disregard for public well being by the media, faith, terrorism, blood sucking, live impalement, and mother in laws. All in The Family, but with dementia.

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