Mike is the Director of a show called Suckers: A Freaky Little Musical
Tod Kimbro wrote and plays his piano in Suckers: a Freaky Little Musical as well as Blue and Tod's Big Queer Hootinany
This year is the first time Blogging Fringe gave out an award for Fringe Crush, and our first winner was Mikaela from Dying Hard. http://www.mikaeladyke.com
Originally from Newfoundland, Mikaela is a writer and performer who now makes her home in Toronto. An improviser for over a decade, Mikaela has training in solo improvisation, mask, Commedia dell'Arte, clown, storytelling and Alexander technique.
Having performed with companies all over Canada and the U.S., her recent theatre credits include: Arm's Length (Summerworks festival); A Rustling (Playwrights of Spring Festival); Sky (Rabbittown Theatre Productions); Buried Child (Beothuck Street Players); Comedy of Errors (SBTS); My Name is Rachel Corrie (Forest Productions) and Reflections on Giving Birth to a Squid (Parent Productions).
Brian was a volunteer at the Fringe this year.
This is Anna's last year as the director of Visual Fringe. We wish her the best.
Adrian and Lisa are two volunteers (and artists) at the Visual Fringe in 2011. They show us their art and tell us about their Fringe Crushes.
Drama at Fringe! There was a wildfire not too far away from Orlando during the 2011 Fringe, so Melanie was afraid her accompanist would not be able to make it to her last show of My Pal Izzy.
Luckily, he phoned a few minutes after this video was recorded to tell her he thought he would make it after all.
Mike Besaw from Onomatopoeia tells us how they got involved with the Mud Flappers.
Live music propels the flights of fancy and down-to-earth peregrinations of a hardscrabble hobo. You'll giggle, squeal, and sniffle. Featuring The Mud Flapper Band. Onomatopoeia: sounds like fun.
Two remaining shows in the Red Venue -- http://orlandofringe.org/node/926
5/27 FRI 11:55PM
5/28 SAT 8:50PM
Curtis is in the Poetry Vending Machine, Poetry Smackdown, and in collaboration with Emotions Dance on the Outdoor Stage
The Poetry Smackdown is at 9PM on Saturday nights during Fringe.