The Post Reality Show holds the distinction as being the only Fringe event I could attend without going through the hassle of putting on pants—it’s also the only Fringe event that had to pause for buffering.
Throughout the entire 45-minute duration of He Loved the Soft Porn of the City, a large fuzzy keeshond sat happily leashed at the feet of keyboardist Kristen Williams. Though the hirsute canine wasn’t the only hairy beast in the production; the entire work is something of a gonzo shaggy dog tale set to music.
Theatre Du Jour’s Nightmeria makes its intentions clear even before the first line is spoken. When entering the performance space, audience members are not greeted by friendly ushers but uniformed security personnel, metal detectors in hand. Once inside, you’re met with two flight attendants fixed with eerily vacant smiles and set against massive projections of […]
As far as performance pieces go, the structure of Brian Feldman’s BFF is easy enough to understand. Each show time1 has one ticket. If you buy it, you and Feldman will spend two hours hanging out. That’s it.