To see Matt Ward enjoying a microbrew and casual conversation under the Baldacchino Gypsy Bar’s tent on Saturday night, you might not guess he was fighting for his life less than an hour before.
Ryan is sitting at the corner table of the Baldacchino Tent’s outdoor patio, sipping from a blackberry Izze soda, when his animated conversation allows.
Sarah Taurchini aptly describes her visit to the Fringe Festival’s Baldacchino Gypsy Tent Bar tent on Saturday afternoon as “a social call.”
Jason is nursing a carbonated beverage when I approach him. A light rain is starting to fall, but it hasn’t dampened his spirits. “I feel really good,” he says. “We had a nice turnout tonight, and people really seem to like it.”
Melissa is riding a post-show high when I bump into her at the Tent. She’s just gotten done with a performance of We Tiresias. “This is my third Fringe in a row, and my second Fringe working with the wonderful Stephen Spotswood, the playwright of our piece,” she explains. Melissa and Stephen met when they […]
It’s unclear whether Chris Schwartz’s hat is keeping him cool in this hot weather, but he wears it well. He’s standing on the main deck of the Fort Fringe bar, chatting and enjoying a drink between shows. “I’m seeing a lot,” he says. “I saw ten shows in the first three days of the festival.”
I bump into the Antichrist on the sidewalk patio. She’s trying out the new table service at Fringe. “I’m the devil’s daughter, to be exact,” says Maya. “It’s my first time playing the Antichrist. Some would say it’s not a stretch.”
TD Smith doesn’t do any juggling in his role as Capitano in this year’s Faction of Fools Fringe show, Tales of Marriage and Mozzarella, but he’s still got multiple balls in the air. TD is one of many Fringe artists who perform in more than one show simultaneously; he also plays the lead role in […]
I met first-time Fringe goer David Frantz under the tent at Fort Fringe as a brief shower scooted overhead early Saturday evening, July 14th. He had just come from seeing We Tiresias, which featured his college roommate.
Pinky Swear Productions wants you to know three things about their new musical Cabaret XXX: Love the One You’re With. One: They’re loud and you’re going to get your money’s worth. And they’ve set the bar high. Last year their show Cabaret XXX: Femme Fatales won the Fringe Choice: Best Musical at theatermania.com.
– Actor Joe Brack talks about his Fringe show – I’ve been in love with “The Princess Bride” since 1989, when I first saw the film. I’ve carried a copy of the novel with me everywhere I’ve traveled, since 1999. I think the tale of these finely crafted characters is one of the riches pieces […]
Performer Leanne Linsky tells us about her Fringe show. – What happened in Vegas stays in this show. Lady Luck is a Whore is my one-woman show about my real life experiences with marriage, friendships, guns and God. First, you should know that my mom does not approve of the show title. I’d say chances […]