Running Sept. 6-15, the San Francisco Fringe Festival is an annual, two-week theatrical event featuring a panoply of category-defying short plays, performance art and solo shows from the Bay Area and all over the world. It’s an unjuried festival, in contrast to many other Fringe Festivals throughout the world, meaning that acts are selected by luck of the draw. Nothing gets censored, and artists don’t need a resume to get in. For audiences, it’s a chance to see something other theaters might deem too unmarketable, too indecent, too unorthodox, too confessional. Read the full article on SF Chronicle's Datebook.