Mike Lemme's production will hold Equity-approved showcases at the end of the month to expand its creative and production teams.
Part 3 in a 3-part essay series from Zoë Kim about how she created her Edinburgh Fringe solo show: Did You Eat? (밥 먹었니?).
The campy musical was a Playbill Pick at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The show was a celebrated success at the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and one of Playbill's top picks of the year.
Playhouse 46 at St. Luke's stages a limited-engagement of Catherine Waller’s solo show.
The Leopoldstadt star spent his August seeing shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (and he wasn't the only award-winning actor in attendance).
The dark comedy solo show previously sold out its run at the Edinburgh Fringe
At the Fringe, it's not strange to see people walking around in costumes, eager to tell you about their shows.
The solo show was one of Playbill's picks for the best of the 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Learn from a first-time Fringe goer why having to choose between 3,500 shows can feel overwhelming—until you get to Edinburgh.
The show from performance artist/magician Geoff Sobelle is billed as a dinner party, and it's a true interactive, multi-sensory experience.
The popular storytelling dining experience will stay a little longer at the hotel's Club Car.
For many artists, if you can make it in Edinburgh, you can make it anywhere.
Raise a glass to freedom, and the Fringe Festival.
These shows invited the audience to participate, and the experience was unforgettable.
Call Me Elizabeth sold out its entire run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The Fringe Alliance will consist of 27 different venue operators.
The LGBTQ+ cabaret extravaganza is a sensual and empowering late-night experience at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Live music and live painting creates a multimedia theatrical experience that is hypnotic, transportive, and terrifying.
That is why he did a month-long solo show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
From bespoke, hand-made clothing to souvenir knick-knacks, Edinburgh is a shopping addict's dream.
The Fringe favorite caught up with Playbill between two of his sold-out performances.
The prolific producer, director, and writer gets candid about his 30 years bringing shows to the Fringe.
They made a splash at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, but they’re not done yet. Here are the Scottish companies that turn heads year-round.
This musical—in the style of Avenue Q, Matilda, Gilbert and Sullivan, and Hamilton—was made up on the spot at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Completely unrehearsed and unexpected, this show takes the audience on an eye-opening journey.
The RuPaul's Drag Race winner wrote a new solo show for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The month-long festival saw more than 2.4 million tickets sold.
Stephen Brower plays a version of John Mulaney in this solo show, if Mulaney was a robot suffering from an existential crisis.
This new musical sold out its run and got glowing reviews at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The former The Middle star premiered her show I Was on a Sitcom at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
These bakeries are the perfect place to rest your legs and get a snack between shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe—and there's options for the gluten-free crowd, too!
In this burlesque clown show, only two words are spoken, the rest is physical comedy, raunchy gags, and well, a lot of…pickles.
The concept for BATSU! is similar to Squid Game, except BATSU! actually came first. And you're supposed to laugh.
Playbill reflects on three vastly different solo shows from this year Fringe that were written by autistic performers.
At the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the social media sensation is leaning hard into the absurd.
This YouTuber and TikTok star's show is one of the best-yet translations of viral social media content to the stage.
The circus cabaret show features aerial acrobatics, death-defying roller skate spins, and nude unicycling!
Playwright Sarah Hogewood takes us through the development process of the Edinburgh Fringe show.
Morgan Kennedy and Daniel Ruffing explain the who, what, where, when, and why of tapping into the Twilight renaissance for a new theatrical generation.
The creator behind Edgar Allen Poe: Murder in the Rue Morgue explains why people love murder stories.
An omniscient toilet, a medieval king, and a feminist revolution: This new musical is sure to leave you laughing through your tears.
The Playbill staff picks the most memorable shows created by, for, and about the LGBTQIA+ community.
The massive inflatable award is organized by NextUp Comedy, one of the leading comedy distributors in the U.K.
Recognizing the best of new writing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the newspaper's Fringe First Awards are coveted by artists.
In this Love, Actually-inspired musical, romantic cliches are combined with pop songs to tell this rousing queer love story.
Their show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is inspired by the ongoing Iranian protests.
This show is performed entirely in gibberish, and its brilliance goes beyond words.
The Off-Broadway company will also host its 17th annual International Fringe Encore Series.
New York playwright Scott Organ on why he brought his play about a uniquely American problem to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
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