How better to kick off San Diego’s first-ever Fringe Festival than with a play that’s zany and bawdy, features human and puppet grotesques, and has a century-old absurdist pedigree? “Ubu Roi” (King Ubu) by French author Alfred Jarry ¬†premiered officially in 1896 (unofficially, Jarry staged it as a puppet play in 1888 when he was…

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