The 38th annual Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival is underway in Old Strathcona.
The festival began Aug. 15 and runs 11 days.
This year’s incarnation includes 258 indoor shows in 50 venues and 36 outdoor busking acts.
READ MORE: Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival 2019 ready for ‘the Wild Things’
This year’s theme is “Where the Wild Things Fringe.”
As always, Global Edmonton’s Todd James will bring you nightly reviews of a number of shows. Todd will give each show a rating out of five.
WATCH: 2019 Edmonton International Fringe Festival reviews
To view a quick list of the shows Todd has reviewed so far, look below.
Chase Padgett: Heart Attacks and Other Blessings
Fear and Loathing: Lovecraft
Man Cave: A One Man Sci-Fi Climate Change Tragicomedy
Operatic Panic Attack
She The People
The Flying Detectives
The Legend of White Woman Creek
The Sign of Four
The Walk in the Snow: The True Story of Lise Meitner
Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me, But Banjos Saved My Life
Hits Like A Girl
The Flying Detective
Imaginary Friend A Musical
Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life
She The People
The 3AM Subtext
Chase Breyer Part Time Substitute Teacher, Full Time Canadian Spy
Colin Mochrie and Friends
Dangerous When Wet, Booze, Sex and My Mother
Denial is a Wonderful Thing
Divinely Bette: Bette-er Than Ever
Franz Ferdinand Must Die
Game of Death: Solo Improv
Juliet: A Revenge Comedy
The Last Five Years
The Moaning Yoni
The Most Unlikely Comedian
Trummp the Musical
Honest History of BS
Lights! Camera! ODD JOBS?
Minerva-Queen of the Handcuffs
Carey OK: Timeless Timely Tunes
Take It Off Broadway
Drinking at the Movies
The Bald Soprano