Fringe Decompression 2011, Part III: Comedy, Tragedy, and Everything in Between

In the final portion of the 2011 Fringe Decompression, Matthew Everett, Courtney McLean, and Joshua Humphrey explore the more “traditional” shows of the 2011 Minnesota Fringe.

Myself (left) and the Bird Chick (Sharon Stiteler) battle via postcard at Huge Theater.

Discussed in this episode: Our Freaking Kids Show, SCOTUS, The Smothers Brothers Grimm, Comedy = Tragedy + Someone Else, Once Upon a Time in the Suburbs, Brain Fighters, The Strange CaseĀ  of Dr. Jekyll & Dr. Jekyll, Macbeth: The Video Game Remix, Cat, Red Resurrected, Minnesota Middle Finger, This is Where Your Free Time Goes To Die, Green Eyes, The Rape of Lucrece, Hamluke, Tempests, The Friar and the Nurse, Your Responsibility For Sex Failure, Crock Pot II, Sousepaw, The Day the Nineties Died, and a few final thoughts on 2011’s Fringe.

Special thanks to everyone who made this year’s Minnesota Fringe so spectacular, especially the Minnesota Fringe staff. Thanks too to everyone who participated in my daily challenges on twitter (particularly the Scrimshaws!), which helped renew my energy day after day. See you all next year!

[podcast]http://www.tctheaterconnection.com/mp3s/Fringe032011.mp3[/podcast]

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1 comment for “Fringe Decompression 2011, Part III: Comedy, Tragedy, and Everything in Between

  1. Brandi
    September 7, 2011 at 1:40 am

    Thanks for coming to see SCOTUS! and discussing it on your podcast. Good times1 – Brandi

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