Drops in a Broken Fountain

Sergey’s violent past won’t let him live in the present. A story of love, guilt and intergenerational extremism.

5 thoughts on “Drops in a Broken Fountain

  1. Excellent use of the stage. Very well written. Shows a very personal side of ethnic conflict and how the broken move on. No judgment, just exploration.

  2. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Intense drama. Well
    Written and acted. More people should see this show.

  3. My favourite show at the Fringe so far this year. Acting is terrific and writing is first-rate. If you like the serious side of Fringe, don’t miss this.

  4. I’m relatively new to Fringe, but this show has been my favorite I’ve ever seen. I saw it on Friday, and it’s still stuck in my head. The storyline is one that encourages further contemplation, and I think the writing is quite clever…more so than initially appreciated, in fact. I really loved the dichotomy that’s explored here, as well as the way some lines are repeated several times by the actors. Those lines burn their way into your mind, and help bring you full circle to a crafty conclusion.

  5. One of the most visually stunning, impeccably written, and emotionally stirring shows at the Fringe. Kudos to the playwright, directors, and incredible actors. DONT MISS THIS SHOW!

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