FRINGE SHOWS: Monday, September 23 

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Rochester Lyric Opera presents this Menotti tragi-comedy featuring local teen talent and rising-star Rochesterian Kevin Green. City's Rebecca Rafferty says, "The vocal talents of the entire company were phenomenal." (Monday 9/23 7 p.m. at RAPA's East End Theatre. $10.)
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A team of local actors, writers, directors, and producers have been working tirelessly since 9 p.m. Sunday to create several short plays completely from scratch in just 24 hours. See what they came up with! (Monday 9/23 8 p.m. at Writers & Books. $10.)
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This award-winning duo has performed at Carnegie Hall. Pianist Joseph and violinist John are currently getting DMA degrees at Eastman School of Music, but have played all over the world. See them now in their own backyard. (Monday 9/23 8 p.m. at MuCCC. $12)
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This group of Eastman School of Music undergrad and grad students will perform works by Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Woody Herman, Thad Jones, and more. (Monday 9/23 10 p.m. at Sproull Atrium [Max of Eastman Place]. $10.)
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Check out this FREE exhibition featuring work by recent RIT alumni. (Open daily through Fringe Festival at Little Theatre Cafe; check thelittle.org for hours.)
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A five-piece collection of wearable art by Emma Scholl inspired by nonverbal communication in life. (Open daily throughout the Fringe Festival at Java's Cafe. Admission is free. Visit javascafe.com for hours.)
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This dazzling circus show taking place in the equally spectacular Spiegeltent features magic, acrobatics, aerial stunts, feats of strength, music and comedy, and death-defying feats. Not to be missed! (Takes place nightly in the Spiegeltent at Gibbs and Main, with additional matinee on Saturday, 9/28. Tickets cost $31. For more information visit rochesterfringe.com.)
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This award-winning duo has performed at Carnegie Hall. Pianist Joseph and violinist John are currently getting DMA degrees at Eastman School of Music, but have played all over the world. See them now in their own backyard. (Monday 9/23 8 p.m. at MuCCC. $12)

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