Fringe Festival

July 20, 2012 12:00 AM

Sex, love, revenge and audacity on Fringe Fest’s opening night

KC Fringe is all about audacity, and the Friday night audience assembled at the Off Center Theatre to see a new play called “Tack Driver” witnessed a remarkable example. Moments after the audience believed the play had begun, playwright/director Jerry Genochio took the stage to explain that his script is far from set in stone.

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