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Fall's wildest fest unloads a mixed bag of Tenderloin tricks and treats
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Some uneven writing and thematic unraveling aside, great ensemble acting and consistently sharp humor held this one together.
Other promising fare in the SF Fringe Fest couldn't be sampled in time for this column, including local legend-in-his-own-right Dan Carbone's new show, Bay Area playwright Ian Walker's Stone Trilogy, and the anticipated sequel The Thrilling Adventures of Elvis in Space II. For the whole enchilada, including audience reviews, visit the fest’s Web site. SFBG
SF FRINGE FESTIVAL
Through Sun/17
Call or see Web site for showtimes, locations, and prices
www.sffringe.org

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