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This holiday season, you could watch one of THOSE Christmas movies for the eight millionth time ... or you could join us for a FRINGE FLASHBACK! SeXmas Cards, from Kate Mock Elliot, was a smash hit at the 2019 Cincy Fringe, and just for the month of December, it will be back in video-on-demand form on Know Theatre's website. Don't miss this hilarious and heartfelt show about all we say (and don't say) in our family holiday cards. ... See MoreSee Less

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You might know that the fully-staged teen-sitcom-satire ZACK starts livestreaming from the Know Mainstage tonight. But did you know that playwright Christian St. Croix is an award-winning Fringe artist? He's taken home Artists' Pick and Outstanding LGBT Performance awards from the San Diego International Fringe Festival, which means this show might just scratch that "kinda weird" itch! knowtheatre.com/Zack ... See MoreSee Less

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If you've got a half-finished Fringe application on your computer, THIS WEEK is the time to finish it up, because the Pay-What-You-Can Early Bird period for Primary Lineup applications ends at midnight on Sunday! We can't wait to see what you've come up with this year.
Pictured: Zach Dorn in Let's Prank Call Each Other, Cincy Fringe 2019.
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Last chance to purchase tickets and watch this spectacular show!**Tomorrow is the LAST DAY to purchase tickets!**

Join us for a socially-distanced screening of the Cincinnati Fringe Festival Critic's Pick P R O X I M I T Y at The Carnegie.

"One of the Most Beautiful Pieces of Art I've Seen In Years" - Minnesota Fringe

In the dance of human life, bodies connect and take space in order to shape a meaningful existence. In a new world that grows increasingly distant, how do we negotiate the evolving space between us?

“a kind of master class in how online fringe festival presentations should be done." - Rochester Fringe Festival

“Proximity” follows 18 dancers in their exploration of distance and (dis)connection in our new world. Run time approx. 40 mins with talkback to follow film.

Seats are limited to 50 per show. Get your $10 tickets before they are gone!

Tickets and info: P_R_O_X_I_M_I_T_Y Screening at The Carnegie
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If you missed this Critic’s Pick winner this year, you have to go see it at The Carnegie next week!In a new world that grows increasingly distant, how do we negotiate the evolving space between us? Don’t miss Cincinnati Fringe Festival Critic’s Pick PROXIMITY, presented by Pones, screening at The Carnegie November 14 at 6:00 p.m.

PROXIMITY follows 18 dancers in their exploration of distance and (dis)connection in our new world. Run time approx. 40 mins with talkback to follow. Get your $10 tickets here: sforce.co/3p2hlsY
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