Before the show began, the theatre was almost completely full of audience members sitting in their seats with big smiles, a few dance moves, and perhaps a beer in their hand. It must have been because they knew they were about to see a great show (in my humble opinion, the best Fringe production I’ve seen this year).
The small intimate theatre was a perfect setting for the one man show put on by Jay Nachman. My Dad Is Now Ready For His Spongebath, is an ode to Nachman’s father, who passed away after a fight with lung cancer.
The intensite begins from the moment you walk into the theatre. Soldiers with rifles and gas masks look you up and down right after Fringe volunteers take your ticket.
Ah, the world of Improv. During the bad times, audience members squirm in their chairs like they’re back in elementary school and the teacher keeps accidentally scratching her nails against the chalkboard. But during the good times, it can be magical, and almost unbelievable that performers can come up with ideas in the moment to tell a […]
Just. So. Fringe. A wise woman once told me that the Fringe Festival is all about taking risks and having fun. This applies to everyone from the performers, writers, directors, and even the audience members. Well, cast and crew of I Like Nuts! (The Musical): mission accomplished.