At Playwrights Horizons, a Tinge of the Fringe

Photo-Illustration: Vulture ; Photos: Chelcie Parry

If you’ve never been to the Edinburgh Fringe, there’s a taste of its unmistakable flavor on offer right now at Playwrights Horizons, where three small-scale shows are running in repertory. It’s still, after many years and a lot of change—to the festival, to the world; much obviously for the worse, the rest arguably so—one of my favorite flavors. It’s spicy and sweet and crunchy and chewy, sometimes overseasoned or underbaked (but hardly ever over-proofed!), and there’s boatloads of it, everywhere, at every hour of the day, in every

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