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THE BEST OF ALBUQUERQUE FRINGE 2025

comedy · village idiom productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
The Fringiest of Fringe Shows from the Quirkiest of Querques, THE BEST OF ALBUQUERQUE FRINGE 2025 features mincing southern harpies, Belgian clowns, lost Elizabethan dramas, and an intrepid holiday goose -- all treading the boards to vie for the top prize at our whimsical festival.
The Fringiest of Fringe Shows from the Quirkiest of Querques, THE BEST OF ALBUQUERQUE FRINGE 2025 features mincing southern harpies, Belgian clowns, lost Elizabethan dramas, and an intrepid holiday goose -- all treading the boards to vie for the top prize at our whimsical festival.

HOUSE OF RABBITS - CHARIVARI IN VOYEURVILLE

praxis limited · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
An epic tale of suspicion, murder, and love thrown asunder. Whose words can we believe when they all lead to the noose? Featuring live original music from Hardcore-Vaudeville/Art-Rock band House of Rabbits and mind-bending choreography from Post Mortem Movement Theatre.
An epic tale of suspicion, murder, and love thrown asunder. Whose words can we believe when they all lead to the noose? Featuring live original music from Hardcore-Vaudeville/Art-Rock band House of Rabbits and mind-bending choreography from Post Mortem Movement Theatre.

"SKANKY ME FROM KANKAKEE" - A WORLD PREMIERE ROCK MUSICAL

musicals and operas · marc francoeur · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
A tale of courage in the face of a disapproving world, SKANKY ME FROM KANKAKEE is an original coming-of-age rock musical about one boy’s journey to self-love and acceptance. Marc strives to escape his narrow-minded dead end town so that he can be free to be his true self! (skankyme.com) #skankyme
A tale of courage in the face of a disapproving world, SKANKY ME FROM KANKAKEE is an original coming-of-age rock musical about one boy’s journey to self-love and acceptance. Marc strives to escape his narrow-minded dead end town so that he can be free to be his true self! (skankyme.com) #skankyme

STUPID SONGS!!

comedy · stupid songs · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · United States of America
If you HATE musical theatre, if you LOVE musical theatre, this is the show for you. A night of original funny songs & parodies that will make you forget we're all going to die. For a bit.
If you HATE musical theatre, if you LOVE musical theatre, this is the show for you. A night of original funny songs & parodies that will make you forget we're all going to die. For a bit.

THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO: THE MUSICAL

musicals and operas · waiting for gravity music · Ages 10+ · world premiere · United States of America
Ten years in the making comes the worldwide premiere of "The Count of Monte Cristo: The Musical" based off Alexandre Dumas' infamous novel, "The Count of Monte Cristo"
Ten years in the making comes the worldwide premiere of "The Count of Monte Cristo: The Musical" based off Alexandre Dumas' infamous novel, "The Count of Monte Cristo"

To Richard!

A world premiere from Hollywood and Edinburgh Fringe award winner Jessica Durdock Moreno. A white lady and a Latino man cross paths in the woods of Connecticut. Chaos ensues. Hilarity abounds. There may be hugging. Discount code HUG for $10 tickets.

The Elephant Man

The Elephant Man (Top Rated Show in LA on Better Lemons, Top Ten in LA on Stage Raw, Top Three Pick of the Week from LATimes) is back for 3 SHOWS at the gorgeous Assistance League Theater Come see this profound story brought to stunning life!

A Rockabilly Time Travel Musical!

A show with the ridiculous charm of The Monkees & the retro romance of Elvis movies: When Maureen plugs in her vintage mic, it triggers a famous meteorite to send her band, their manager and everyone around them back to the first days of Rock & Roll!

Anna St. Hesia Dreams

Anna is trapped in an anesthesia-related coma. Her only way out is to sink deeper into fantasy – a dark fairytale where people weave dreams into tourist destinations. When reality isn’t worth it, is fantasy the next best thing?