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Charmed & Dangerous, November 5, 2013
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WYPR, The Signal, November 1, 2013
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Baltimore Sun, November 1, 2013 (Cover Story, Live)
"You really get a glimpse of oftentimes brand new, oftentimes exciting and oftentimes really rewarding work."
Baltimore Sun [Photo Gallery], October 28, 2013
"…audiences will be able to ponder a nuclear holocaust drama starring Charlie Chaplin, meet a young German girl who used to mistake the Nazi salute for a friendly greeting, and throw tomatoes at actors performing Shakespeare's 'The Tempest.'"
BmoreMedia.com, June 4, 2013
“I think that [attendees] are going to find that there’s just a lot that they didn’t know was going on and really discovering a new side of Baltimore so to speak.”
The Dramatist, March/April 2013
“…another opportunity for locals to produce their work.”
“[The festival is] about being able to work with participating companies and serving their needs. ‘Our responsibility is letting artists create and focus on their art.’”
Maryland Theatre Guide, November 15, 2012
“… Charm City Fringe assembled a brilliant collection of artists for Nights on the Fringe, a two-night event at the Autograph Playhouse, raising the bar for Baltimore’s newest theatre and performance festival and giving a promising glimpse of what’s to come.”
“...a welcome addition to the growing Baltimore arts scene, and adventurous audience members should keep their eyes peeled for more Fringe events in the future.”
What Weekly, November 6, 2012
“[Offers] the unique opportunity for local performance artists and groups to reach audiences that they may have otherwise never reached.”
“…a fantastic new addition to the Baltimore theater scene”
“…a diverse taste of Baltimore’s current cultural scene not to be missed.”
Baltimore City Paper, November 7, 2012
“Baltimore seems made for fringe—the city’s various underground arts scenes have coalesced into such multi-day festivals as High Zero, the Maryland Film Festival, and anything that ends in “scape.” [But there’s nothing explicitly for theater].”
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