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<i>The Grubrag Ballad</i>

The Grubrag Ballad

The Grubrag Ballad is an epic poem that tells the still-continuing story of the Grubrag's struggles in Atabar and his journey from outcast to enlightened soul.

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The world's largest arts festival, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is a crucible for the creation of new and experimental work, a place where talent is often unveiled. The Kennedy Center's ON THE FRINGE: Eye on Edinburgh celebrates the spirit of artistic entrepreneurship that exists in Edinburgh each summer in a showcase of some imaginative new work from that fertile environment. Presentations include theater, free performances on the Millennium Stage, performance art, and installations in the public spaces of the Center.

Performed by Marc Spiegel, The Grubrag Ballad is an epic poem that tells the still-continuing story of the Grubrag's struggles in Atabar and his journey from outcast to enlightened soul, from the dungeon to the Brahmabush Tree, Louka Magee, and the Pink-eyed Woreboresnort. A production from the 2010 Capital Fringe, Grubrag was called "playful…engaging for any age" by DC Theatre Scene. Part of ON THE FRINGE: Eye on Edinburgh.

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