Topic “Poetry”

Curtis Meyer: Fringe Crush 2011

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.

Ryan Rivas reads at Poetry Vending Machine

Poetry Vending Machine allows you to buy a poem for $5, ora haiku for $1. Proceeds go to the fringe. Please see http:/// for more about Ryan.

About the Smackdown: Returning for a fifth year, host Tod Caviness brings Fringe-style slam poetry back. A dream team of Orlando's best spoken word artists put their poetry and their dignity on the line against Beth Marshall and a boozy bevy of Fringe celebrity judges.

5/21 SAT 10:00PM
5/28 SAT 10:00PM

Rob Gee: Fringe Crush 2011

Rob Gee wrote the poetry for and performs in Smart Arse in the Green Venue this year:

An exhilarating story of several childhoods from the creator of Fruitcake. “The kind of performer you pray you’ll discover ... awe-inspiring!” Orlando Sentinel “Humor-filled ... disturbing ... wonderful!” Elizabeth Maupin

5/19 THU 9:40PM
5/21 SAT 6:00PM
5/22 SUN 4:20PM
5/24 TUE 10:05PM
5/27 FRI 8:10PM
5/28 SAT 2:55PM
5/29 SUN 6:15PM

Poetry Vending Machine and Poetry Smackdown

J Bradley will be hosting a Poetry SMACKDOWN on both Saturday nights of Fringe - with celebrity judges, and lots of... Insanity.

Poetry at Orlando Fringe

Trevor Frasier reads a commissioned piece from the Poetry Vending Machine entitled “Just About the Annoying Beatles Cover Band”. At the 2008 festival, patrons could have an artist compose an original piece for $5 or a haiku for $1.

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