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Samantha Richarz


Fringe Review: 2 for Tea

60 minutes | Comedy | G With 14 Best of Fest awards to their name and glowing praise across the interwebs, I expected 2 for Tea to deliver some quality entertainment — and boy did they follow through! Dynamic duo Jamesy and James make a delightfully opposite comedy pair, one flamboyantly balancing on the tip […]

Fringe Review: BLINDSIDE

65 minutes | Comedy, Solo | G If you like unique and gritty, down-to-earth storytelling, BLINDSIDE is the play for you. When she was just an infant, Stéphanie Morin-Robert was diagnosed with retinoblastoma, a rare form of cancer that rapidly forms in the immature cells of the retina. In order to save her life, doctors had […]

Fringe Review: Bride or Die

50 min l Dark Comedy, Solo l PG Having never seen a one-woman (or one-man) show before, the thought of a full 60 minute play with only one performer seemed to me a daunting task. How would she possibly hold the audience’s attention and keep us engaged for the entire hour? As the crowd filtered […]