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Fringe Festival 2015: City's Daily Fringe Blogs 

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The 2015 First Niagara Rochester Fringe Festival runs Thursday, September 17, through Saturday, September 26, and City Newspaper will be out EVERY NIGHT of the festival, covering multiple shows. Check in first thing each morning for photos and reviews of the previous night's entertainment, listed below by date.

For up-to-the-minute coverage of the festival follow City on Twitter (@roccitynews) and Instagram (@roccitynews) or Like us on Facebook (facebook.com/CityNewspaper).



Friday, September 25

Ron reviews "Upside Downton"



Thursday, September 24

Adam reviews "It's a Spaceship Now" and "Cinderella -- Just What I Needed"

Daniel reviews "Wasteland" and "Bach Without Boundaries"

Rebecca reviews "The Ghost at the Feast" and "Erik & the Wolf"



Wednesday, September 23

Frank reviews Princess Wendy's Late Nite Tease Room

Rebecca reviews Roc Bottom Poetry Slam

Adam reviews "Am I a Grownup Yet?"



Tuesday, September 22

Daniel reviews "BIO/DANCE & Social Justice"

Rebecca reviews "The R&J Project" and "Kindertotenlieder"



Monday, September 21

Rebecca reviews RIT's Photo House, "The Fiery Sword of Justice," and "Me, Ray Charles, and Sammy Davis Jr."

Leah reviews The 24 Hour Plays



Sunday, September 20

Rebecca reviews "Sure-Minded Uncertainties," "Conscience," and "Mystic Castle"

Adam reviews "James and the Giant Peach" and "Hidden in this Picture"



Saturday, September 19

Casey reviews PUSH and "As the Dead Prey Upon Us"

Leah reviews "Nothing is Written" and "The Rainbow Fish"

Rebecca reviews "Percentage," "Krapp's Last Tape," and "Bridge Club of Death"

Adam reviews "Hot Tub: The Musical" and "ShakesBLOOD"



Friday, September 18

Photos from Grounded Aerial

Leah reviews the TheatreROCS showcase

Rebecca reviews "Twain's Amazing Tales" and "Shitty Lives"

Casey reviews Garth Fagan Dance



Thursday, September 17

Rebecca reviews "Cabinet of Wonders" and "No Safe Word"

Adam reviews "La Cage Aux Folles"

Jake reviews Remote Rochester

Photos from "Merged III"




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