The 2007 Cincinnati Fringe concluded with a big party at Know Theatre's Underground Bar on Saturday evening. During the party, with more than 200 people in attendance, Know Theatre artistic director and Fringe organizer Jason Bruffy announced the three "Pick of the Fringe" winners.
The “audience pick” went to Calculus: The Musical, which sold out five performances early in the festival, causing Bruffy and his colleagues to add a performance, the first time that’s happened in four years. The “producers pick” went to The Satori Group’s iLove:, a piece about love and sex in today’s electronically connected world. The “critics pick” went to True + False, an array of monologues that invited audiences to vote as to whether they were real and which were made up.
Bruffy says more than 6,000 tickets were sold for the 2007 Fringe year, about a 20 percent increase over 2006. For reviews of all Fringe productions, scroll down this page.
— Rick Pender