Join Playbill as we immerse ourselves in all Edinburgh Festival Fringe has to offer as Playbill travels to Scotland to provide on-the-ground coverage of the world’s largest arts festival.
The Fringe may be known for its theatre, but from Robin Williams to John Cleese, its comedy chops are equally impressive!
There's over 3,000 shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and the Fringe Society’s Lyndsey Jackson is here to help you navigate it.
Plus, see the cast of the new Broadway comedy give us their best double-takes.
The autobiographical solo show is written and performed by Maggie Lalley.
These shows’ successes at the festival have catapulted them to stages and screens around the world.
Adam Brace directed the limited engagement at the Greenwich House Theater.
Madge's autobiographical solo show about being a queer child currently plays the Ambassadors Theatre.
Have you ever seen a show performed in an upside-down cow?
With more than 75 years of artistic excellence under its belt, the Fringe has had its fair share of watershed moments.
The assembled company will also continue with the production through its U.K. tour, including a stop at Edinburgh Fringe.
Reich makes his New York debut as a narcissistic millennial in his show Literally Who Cares, playing Off-Broadway after sold-out Fringe and London runs.
While hundreds of performance spaces exist at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, these four venue operators are some of the most coveted stages in town.
190 different shows were announced by the famed festival, the first of thousands of theatrical offerings.
Madge's autobiographical solo show My Son's A Queer (But What Can You Do?), about being a queer child, is currently running on the West End.
The production will visit the famed festival for four weeks during its U.K. tour.
Playbill explores the history of the legendary arts festival, and how outsiders became the most popular people in town.
The mentalist and illusionist wows us with some tricks from his show, now playing at The McKittrick Hotel
Morrison's one-man-show grapples with the loss of his beloved partner with surprising humor.
Playbill will immerse itself in the world's largest arts festival this coming August.
The American musical, which has been in development since 2013, will play a limited engagement this summer.