Rochester has embraced its fringe side. Now in its fourth year, the First Niagara Rochester Fringe Festival has grown to be one of the largest multi-arts festivals in New York State, and one of the best-attended fringe festivals in the nation.
Grounded Aerial To call Grounded Aerial just a dance performance is akin to referring to a Lamborghini as just "a car," or Mount Everest as "big."
With its multitude of characters and intricate plot lines, Downton Abbey can sometimes be difficult to follow. But when Luke Kempner takes the appropriately august Kilbourn Hall stage to perform "Upside Downton," you will only have to focus on one man.
2015 RIT Student Honors Show Don't be intimidated by the five-hour chunk of time the 2015 RIT Student Honors Show takes up on the Fringe schedule.
BIODANCE Missy Pfohl Smith's Rochester-based company BIODANCE returns for its fourth season at Fringe with "BIO/DANCE & Social Justice," a program that examines a diversity of inequality and justice in today's world.
Daniel J. Kushner Matt Witten, percussion — "Himmels-Tür"
Rebecca Rafferty "Conscience"
1916 Like its Rochester brethren, The Sisters of Murphy and the much-missed Flour City Knuckleheads,1916 proudly celebrates its Irish with a raised fist and a raised pint.