Topic “Reviews”

John deHaas gives some frank 2010 Reviews

Found on John's YouTube channel:

2010 Fringe Updates from Facebook

Jeremy Seghers
had a wonderful night at Fringe! I highly recommend Lucky 9, The Shakespeare Show & The Bike Trip. Looking forward to Cody Rivers & Peg O'Keef tomorrow.

Paul Castaneda
Was so happy to see great performances yesterday from Lana Hancock Stevens, Katrina Johnson, Kevin Sigman, and Sarah Lockard to name a few. Love Fringe!

Ibex Puppetry
Check out our review in the Watermark! Don't miss the next Goblin Party Interactive @ Orlando Fringe 5/25 at 9:20pm
http://www.watermarkonline.com/index.php/lgbt-arts-culture/stage/4218-Or...

Katie Ball
Can't do big write ups today, y'all - applying for a position with the Orlando Shakes and needing to get my butt back out to the Fringe. Will say that I had three home runs yesterday - "Some Other Time" [sic] was beautifully sweet, "T-O-T-A-L-L-Y" was inspiring and empowering, "Goblin Party" was so much freaking fun!!! Imagine Rocky Horror interaction but with Labyrinth!! Great times yesterday. More soon.

Review: The Bike Trip, Martin Dockery

Posted from Katie Ball's Facebook Note, “The Bike Trip”

So “The Bike Trip” is kind of where words fail me. I was such a fan of last year's “Wanderlust” that I almost didn't want Dockery to come back. Odds were he wasn't going to top it and there was the real possibility that we had seen the best he had to give. So I entered the Silver venue with mixed feelings - hopes for the guy, but worried.

Lights up, he's on, and then away we go.

Bon Voyage, Betsy! #maupin

Update: Elizabeth Maupin has launched an independent Orlando theatre blog.

After almost 26 years on the staff of the Orlando Sentinel, Elizabeth Maupin has been writing and creating community togetherness. For my part in this game, I'd like to congratulate her and wish her the best.


Above: Maupin with Boris the Robot at the Orlando Fringe. Boris is a retired robot. As of this post, Maupin is a retired Journalist.

VoiceMail Reviews: Wanderlust

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Length: 2:09

Wanderlust
Pink Venue
5/16 SAT 7:25PM, 5/17 SUN 12:00PM, 5/18 MON 7:40PM, 5/19 TUE 11:00PM, 5/21 THU 9:20PM, 5/23 SAT 2:35PM, 5/24 SUN 9:10PM

Martin Dockery's performance was likened to "the first time you saw TJ Dawe" by the Orlando Sentinel. I tend to agree with the reviewer. Go and see this comical one-man show.

VoiceMail Reivews: Mayors and Sisters

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Length: 2:01

Two shows by local companies:

Sister Mary Ignatious Explains it All to You
Yellow Venue
5/14 THU 11:30PM, 5/16 SAT 5:00PM, 5/18 MON 6:00PM, 5/20 WED 7:40PM, 5/22 FRI 10:00PM, 5/23 SAT 1:40PM, 5/24 SUN 7:40PM

The Mayor of Orange Avenue
Pink Venue

Fringe Reviews, Awards, Guides and more from the Daily City

Mark Baratelli's incredible arts and culture blog is going after Fringe in a big way. This year, the Daily City will bring you an opportunity to give back to Fringe. Daily City Fringe coverage

Find helpful links, ALL the reviews, festival info, shows, and awards, ALL ON ONE PAGE. That's mobile-phone friendly, and you can't beat that. Mark is a genius, and he's proved it once again.

You all remember Mark from his shows like Improv Cabaret and How Do You Feel?, but Mark has also been the man behind the curtain of the official Fringe web presence for the last few years.

VoiceMail Reviews: Here Be Dragons

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Length: 1:54

I finally saw Here Be Dragons on Patron's Pick Day. This was one of the few issue-based shows at Fringe, but it was really fabulous.

Thank you to Cervo Systems for providing bandwidth and hosting for Blogging Fringe.

The file is just an MP3 - no iPod is required to listen to this show, although that is a popular way to enjoy podcasts.

Final Weekend of Fringe

Only 3 more days! (plus Patron’s Pick Day) Looks like When Pigs Fly and Alice in Wonderland have already been announced as Patron’s Picks for their venues, which sort of makes sense. If you’re interested in supporting the Fringe AND seeing TJ Dawe, check out Monday morning at 11:30, when TJ will be performing the Slip Knot.

As we rolled into the weekend last night with some light rain and lots of folks crowding the Shakespeare Center, I noticed three college-looking kids soliciting people for photographs. I walked up to tell them about Blogging Fringe, and it turned out they were the Orlando Metromix “SHOCK SQUAD”! Is Metromix the Sentinel one, that’s going to be changing their name? It’s not CityBeat, is it? It’s one of those. I went to see what coverage they had of the festival, and it was exactly one article - recommendations based on watching the preview. Also, no comments allowed. They asked me to link to them, and in hopes that they link back, here we go.

Check out Orlando Metromix’s Fringe Photoset - lots of familiar faces in there.

VoiceMail Reviews: CineDance MOVE

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Length: 1:19

Ryan leaves his thoughts about CineDance's MOVE in the Silver Venue. Call 321-441-3964 to leave your review.

Here's what Diane Hubbard Burns from the Orlando Sentinel had to say about the MOVE.

Thank you to Cervo Systems for providing bandwidth and hosting for Blogging Fringe.

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