Blogging Fringe podcast started almost 10 years ago when a kid with a microphone wanted to see the Fringe have more of an online presence, and he dragged the artists and patrons kicking and screaming. Then YouTube, Facebook and Twitter exploded and the reviewers, artists, patrons and freaks were all getting online! Now after a 5 year hiatus, Ryan is going back to the roots and interviewing touring artists who are passing through Orlando on their way to Canada, Edinburgh, Australia and the rest of the globe. Subscribe in iTunes or subscribe in your favorite podcast app to get weekly updates throughout the season!
Front Porch is a weekly radio show hosted by Julie Norris, Proprietor of Dandelion Communitea Cafe, and focuses on all things local. Each week features a different guest making a difference locally with eclectic blends of local music and various ramblings about what is happening in OurLando.
Tune your dial to WPRK 91.5 or listen online at wprkdj.org every Wednesday at noon.
Front Porch Radio is now a podcast as well.
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Actress and clown Courtney Cunningham joins Ryan Price to talk about her show Poofy du Vey in "Burden of Poof". Courtney is an actor in residence in the Messenger Theatre Company in New York, a Fringe veteran, a graduate of the Dell 'Arte International School of Physical Theatre and a co-founder of Teatre Pape.
Blogging Fringe Podcast 08
Local podcaster, performer and Orlando Fringe Social Media Coordinator Mark Baratelli talks with Ryan Price about his latest efforts with the Fringe.
Blogging Fringe Podcast 07
Wilson Loria, Jeremy Seghers and Brandon Haydon join Ryan Price to speak about To The Winners, a one-man show by Wilson, produced by Jeremy and with original music by Brandon. The conversation gets into the future of theatre and performing arts in general.
It looks like our old acquaintance Mark Baratelli is now in charge of the Orlando Fringe's MySpace profile (and blogging?). Since things are beginning to take shape on that front, things will start to take shape here as well. I can't say when, but this site will be moving sometime before the end of the year so we can get some new software installed to help Fringe patrons and artists get a real dialogue going.
I don't think MySpace is going to be the only way for people to communicate like it was last year.
Mark Baratelli of Improv Cabaret and Fransisco Laboy of the McGrawsky Files join Blogging Fringe's Ryan Price for a thinktank discussion about how future Fringes can be improved for patrons, producers and organizers alike.
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The file is just an MP3 - no iPod is required to listen to this show, although that is a popular way to enjoy podcasts.
For all my lofty statements about wanting to see a little of everything, I fell victim to peer pressure and saw the show all my friends were going to - TJ Dawe's. Now I love him, and his show is fantastic, but I feel a little down for not going to see one of the other dozens of shows.
If you didn't see the audio interview with TJ Dawe - why not? it is very easy to download and listen to. I even took the 2:45 that I cut and made a little clip - because there is some entertaining stuff in there, but it does not serve the interview.
Show: A Canadian Bartender at Butlin's
Venue: Orange Venue (Margeson Theatre @ Orlando Shakespeare Festival)
5-21 @ 6:00pm, 5-22 @ 10:50pm, 5-24 @ 9:10pm, 5-25 @ 6:15pm, 5-26 @ 9:25pm, 5-27 @ 2:40pm and 5-28 @ 4:30pm
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