Band of actor-musicians drums up a persuasively thrilling imitation of Hamburg-era rock 'n' roll.
Such is the power of the Edinburgh Intl. Festival and Fringe that the population of the Scottish capital doubles during August.
Play needs more jarring imagery to transcend its historical roots.
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The world's largest arts festival, the Edinburgh Fringe, unveiled this year's lineup June 10, offering another mind-boggling program spanning the mainstream to the esoteric, the innovative to the…
This black comedy is a disappointing follow-up to Gregory Burke's earlier work.
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