KC Fringe Festival Queers It Up Once More

Kansas City’s Fringe Festival returns July 16-26, and once again, several productions have LGBTIA themes or connections.
First, for the uninitiated: Fringe is a 10-day festival featuring theater, film, art and dance productions. The venues are all over the Crossroads, Westport, and Midtown areas. Most of the productions are only $10 (after you buy a $5 button, which helps to pay for the overall festival and serves as your entry pass to festival events). Fringe productions are typically edgier and more raw than what you’ll see any other time of the year. The festival is a place for individuals and production companies to bring out new or experimental works.
The list below highlights productions with queer tie-ins that are sure to be worth checking out! For tickets, show times, and locations for each production, go to KC Fringe, starting July 1.
The Grand Illusion of Sterling Crown (Egads! Theatre Company / Arts Asylum)
Egads returns to Fringe with a musical comedy that tells of a young man’s journey from openly gay high school student to international touring female illusionist.&nbsp

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