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Beyond the Fringe at MuCCC 

In response to the Rochester Fringe Festival, the folks involved with the Multi-use Community Cultural Center (142 Atlantic Ave.) have decided to put on their own series of events this week. The performances include theater productions, burlesque shows, music, and comedy, and while some of the presentations are new, others are a second chance to see a great performance you might have missed. The following is the line-up as of press time; more time slots are available. All shows begin promptly on the hour, and admission to each event is pay-what-you-will. See the most current line up and get more information by visiting, or sign up for a space by emailing

Wednesday, September 19

7 p.m.: Meet the Producer: John Borek

Thursday, September 20

8 p.m. & 9 p.m.: Theater: "When We Were Young, We Wanted to Live" by Justin Rielly

Friday, September 21

7 p.m.: Theater: "Widowers' Houses" with Black Sheep Theatre

8 p.m.: Comedy: Polite Company Improv & Sketch Comedy

9 p.m.: Music: Cassandra Kelly

10 p.m.: Deadly Dames Burlesque

Saturday, September 22

2 p.m. & 3 p.m.: Theater: "The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs" by Mike Daisey

5 p.m.: Music: Christina DiNella

7 p.m.: Theater: Amiri Baraka's "Dutchman" with Infusion Action Theater/Darryll Rudy

8 p.m.: Music/Theater: "Stories at the Piano. Anecdotes from a Performing Life" by Thomas Warfield

9 p.m.: Music: Handmade Orchestra

10 p.m.: Theater: "Metal Quest: The First Emperor" by Jeffery Askins

Sunday, September 23

4 p.m. Music: Grace Flores

6 p.m.: Dramatic Readings: "An Hour of Nonsense: The Hunting of the Snark and Other Poems by Lewis Carroll" with ShakeCo

8 p.m.: Music: Richard Storms and Tommy Brunett

9 p.m. Music/Theater: Vixxxen: Legends

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