Every year I locate as many video promos related to Orlando Fringe Festival. This year I found a TV show that airs on the local Orange TV cable channel featuring a documentary about Dog Powered Robot, and a short feature about Fringe 21 with Michael Marinaccio and Genevieve from Kid's Fringe.
The very first video in the list is a recap from the Fringe at the Hard Rock fundraiser earlier this year. It was a great spectacle, and the recap hardly does it justice, but not for lack of trying by the filmmaker, who did a great job.
There are also promos for local shows like Double Happiness and Happy Pink Girl, as well as out-of-town acts like Gemma Wilcox, A Mind Full of Dopamine, and Kurt Fitzpatrick. All the videos I could find are here.
Edit: New videos added above, and now a Vimeo playlist as well.
Full days at the festival are so awesome because you get to see so many shows. The night ended really strong with:
A character named Caroline makes a commitment to herself and goes on her own honeymoon for one in the hilarious and entertaining ONEymoon at the Brown venue in the 2012 Orlando Fringe.
Tonya Jone Miller plays a character based on her mother in the dramatic and gripping Threads: The True Story of an Indiana Farm Girl in Vietnam in the Patron's Room.
New York's own 77-year-old ukulele playing Commedianne tells us her fringe crush. See I Married a Nun in the Patron's Room.
Dewey and Douglas, owners of "Screw You Entertainment," announce the winners of the 2012 Sassy Sponsorship Awards.
Congrats to Cole Nesmith and Jeff Feree for the honor!
Zombie theme at Fringe this year? What!
Paul Strickland (who is HERE at 2011 Fringe!!) from Any Title That Works
Venue: Patron Room Length: 60 minutes
Synopsis: "A new show from the creator of 'A Brighter Shade of Blue.' 'Strickland has terrific timing and a way with words...' -- Elizabeth Maupin"
Sarah Carey from The Booyah
Venue: Green Venue
Synopsis: From the group that brought previous fringe hits Reefer Madness The Musical and Debbie Does Dallas The Musical comes this hilarious new comedy of a party gone horribly wrong.