Fringe Development

FRINGE DEVELOPMENT
Production workshops, staged readings, and artist-lead Master Classes help both participants and attendees grow while they Fringe.

(Productions and Classes listed together in alphabetical order.)


Bankers
from Brant Russell
out of Cincinnati, OH

Protecting the forest primeval after a nuclear apocalypse.

Play (Apocalypse, Banking, Conservation)
Rated: R
New Participant

NOTE: This event is a staged reading and is free of charge. Tickets may be reserved below.

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Black & White
from The Pajama Playhouse
out of Cincinnati, OH

Mapplethorpe Meets Porkopolis: The Perfect Moment or the perfect storm?

Play (Cincinnati, LGBTQ+, Politics)
Rated: PG-13
New Participant

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Maximizing Micro-Stories
and Minimizing Missed Opportunities

from Paul Strickland of 90 Lies an Hour

Everyone has a story, but how can you tell your story in a way that anyone will care? This workshop is a two-pronged approach to improving your skills in storytelling. In this workshop we:

1. Examine how interesting anecdotes can be combined for a story-worthy pay-off, and
2. Learn how to identify loose-ends and missed opportunities in your writing, both on the sentence-level and the story-level, and evolve those missed opportunities into moments that engage your audience by drawing them further into your message or making them laugh out loud.

Sun, Jun 9 @ 12:00PM-2:00PM
Art Academy 103 (A103)
This class has a $20 suggested donation but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds.

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Storytelling with Les Kurkendaal
from Les Kurkendaal of Walking While Black in Moscow

Les is a veteran of the Fringe circuit, having toured countless festivals with his solo performances that draw inspiration from his life. He’ll use his vast experience to help show how anyone can turn anything happening in their daily lives into a story worth telling.

Sat, Jun 1 @ 12:00PM-1:30PM
Art Academy 103 (A103)
This class is offered for free, but donations to artist as always appreciated.

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Take the Power Back!
from Jamie Campbell of The Devil on the Wall or, That Time I Got Kidnapped

Jamie Campbell has learned first-hand how telling your own harrowing story can make an impact on both storyteller and audience. It took him over 25 years to tell the story of being kidnapped as an 11 year-old, and it turned out to be one of the most rewarding experiences of his life. Moments of trauma, embarrassment, and vulnerability are the most difficult to tell, but are also have the greatest payoff. Take the Power Back is designed to help others tell stories they never thought they could in a way that affects everyone in the room. Students will workshop their stories in a judgment-free environment designed to help them relate their past in a way that impacts everyone in attendance.

Sun, Jun 2 @ 12:00PM-2:00PM
Art Academy 103 (A103)
This class is offered for free, but donations to artist as always appreciated.

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