At the Fringe Festival …

“You Get What You Need” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at Just Off Broadway Theater, 3051 Penn Valley Drive, Kansas City, Missouri. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/. (Photo by William Crum)
“You Get What You Need” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at Just Off Broadway Theater, 3051 Penn Valley Drive, Kansas City, Missouri. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/. (Photo by William Crum)
“Man Cave, a One-Man Sci-Fi Climate Change” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at the Center for Spiritual Living, 1014 W. 39th, Kansas City, Missouri. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/. (Photo by William Crum)
“Man Cave, a One-Man Sci-Fi Climate Change” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at the Center for Spiritual Living, 1014 W. 39th, Kansas City, Missouri. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/. (Photo by William Crum)
“Big Top” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at the Union Station City Stage, 30 W. Pershing Road, Kansas City, Missouri. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org. (Photo by William Crum)
“Big Top” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at the Union Station City Stage, 30 W. Pershing Road, Kansas City, Missouri. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org. (Photo by William Crum)

‘Turning the Page’

“Turning the Page” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at The Bolender Center, 500 W. Perishing Road, Kansas City, Missouri. The story is about a girl who was plagued by bullies and found support at the public library. Donations are being accepted at the play for a local foster care agency. The next performance of the play will be at 6:30 p.m. July 22. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/. (Photo by William Crum)
“Turning the Page” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at The Bolender Center, 500 W. Perishing Road, Kansas City, Missouri. The story is about a girl who was plagued by bullies and found support at the public library. Donations are being accepted at the play for a local foster care agency. The next performance of the play will be at 6:30 p.m. July 22. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/. (Photo by William Crum)
“Turning the Page” was performed Saturday at the KC Fringe Festival at The Bolender Center, 500 W. Perishing Road, Kansas City, Missouri. The story is about a girl who was plagued by bullies and found support at the public library. Donations are being accepted at the play for a local foster care agency. The next performance of the play will be at 6:30 p.m. July 22. The Fringe Festival continues through July 28. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/. (Photo by William Crum)

KC Fringe Festival, part 2

“Let Me Explain My Blackness: Addressing Black Women’s Thoughts Through Comedy,” was at the Just Off Broadway Theater, 3051 Penn Valley Drive, Kansas City, Missouri, on Friday night as part of this year’s Fringe Festival. This play enjoyed a packed house. The play includes skits depicting the growth of black women through comedy and tragedy. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/let-me-explain-my-blackness-addressing-black-womens-thoughts-through-comedy/. (Photo by William Crum)
“Let Me Explain My Blackness: Addressing Black Women’s Thoughts Through Comedy,” was at the Just Off Broadway Theater, 3051 Penn Valley Drive, Kansas City, Missouri, on Friday night as part of this year’s Fringe Festival. This play enjoyed a packed house. The play includes skits depicting the growth of black women through comedy and tragedy. For more information, visit https://kcfringe.org/let-me-explain-my-blackness-addressing-black-womens-thoughts-through-comedy/. (Photo by William Crum)