Stage A Revolution: Edmonton’s Fringe is HERE!

Guess what Edmonton!? It’s FRINGE!
Of course, you already knew. I’m a day late. But, that’s okay because there are ten whole days of the largest, oldest, most renowned and illustrious Fringe Festival in North America. How I wish I could be there to celebrate in Old Strathcona around the TansAlta Barns, on the Great Whyte Way, around the Varscona Theatre and of course by the beer tent. Oh, Edmonton Fringe, you’ve stolen a piece of my heart.
Stage A Revolution is Edmonton’s 28th annual Fringe Festival and it is armed with over one hundred shows presented in ten days, and whether you live in Alberta or not, you should really check out this impressive list of shows and take some time to investigate what sorts of theatrical marvels are being supported by the city of Edmonton.
I hope to be able to give you some more insight into Edmonton Fringe as it progresses, but for right now: check out this video about the Fringe:
One of the shows being performed is Albertan playwright, Chris Craddock’s one-man show Moving Along, which has received 5 Stars from all the Theatre Critics in Toronto and Winnipeg who saw it.
But don’t just take my word for it:

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