Join Playbill as we immerse ourselves in all Edinburgh Festival Fringe has to offer as Playbill travels to Scotland to provide on-the-ground coverage of the world’s largest arts festival.
The FringeShip will provide lodging and meals to fringe-goers, as well as exclusive performances onboard and transportation to the festival proper.
Brandon Ivie directs Justin Huertas' queer coming-of-age musical.
Started in 2009, the 'festival within a festival' celebrates shows created by Scottish artists.
The comedian's latest solo show, which played Broadway last fall, will also run at Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August.
The Off-Broadway theatre has announced programming through October, beginning with the pre-Edinburgh Fringe fest.
The four-performance encore will coincide with NYC Pride.
The world's largest arts festival can be overwhelming for first timers. Here's some advice.
The app will allow Fringe theatregoers to buy tickets directly on the phone, and randomly recommend shows.
Madge's Olivier nominated autobiographical solo show My Son's A Queer (But What Can You Do?), about being a queer child, recently ran in the West End.
There's now nearly 3,000 shows playing this summer!
The Fringe may not have an overarching power structure, but that doesn't mean it lacks structured support!
The Fringe Favorite will play Soho Playhouse this summer.
Ian Shaw will star as his father, Robert Shaw, who played Quint in the Steven Spielberg film.
The autobiographical solo show is written and performed by Maggie Lalley.
New lodging regulations in the Scottish city have turned finding somewhere to stay from a major priority to an early must for festival goers.
On April 12, Playbill hosted a party to introduce the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to New York City's leading theatre producers.
The drag queen's new show, Overweight and OVER IT!, will play the Ian McKellen Theatre.
Cast members Charlene Boyd, Ewan Black, and Natali McCleary first prepare audiences for the immersive show by asking them to rip up napkins.
Brandon Ivie will direct Justin Huertas' queer coming-of-age musical.
The theatre’s leaders Brian Beirne and Val Day discuss how every year, they bring a little bit of Scotland to New York City.