My War: From Bismark to Britain and Back. "WW II. True story. Bombing raids and B-24s. Rationing and shortages. Dancing and doughnuts. Through letters and diaries, a boomer discovers two remarkable women - her mother and grandmother. Step back in time."
Stories from the homefront in Britain. Very effective in the short time allowed.
Audish. "Aww-dish is the strange story of five girls who attend what seems to be an ordinary audition for an ordinary play.
"Wrong, oh so very wrong."
Lots of kids/teens at the Fringe this year, if the sampler is representative (which it probably isn't). This one was whimsical yet serious, and I have hopes for the rest of the show.
Great American Horror Movie Musical. "A criminal is at large; 7 brave filmmakers promise to hunt him down. Armed only with a camera, this kooky bunch sing and dance their way to making the greatest horror movie ever made - 80's Karaoke Style!"
Again, hard to say if they can sustain the concept through an entire hour, but the three minutes were fun.
Last year I went to some ridiculously large amount of Fringes, averaging more than three a day for the 11 day run, not counting samplers. This year, I'm going to see if I can make some rehearsal shows earlier in the week and stretch out the experience. That might be dangerous...