Tag Archive for Fringe Festival 2010

Whew!

Fringe 2010 is over, but I still have content incoming. Nick Decker, Matthew Everett, and myself sat down on Monday and recorded around three hours of show dissection, so hopefully I’ll have the majority of that ready to go over…

#137: CSI: Ben McGinley

Ben McGinley and Laura Holway talk about their fringe show, CSI: Ben McGinley, its personal story, and its myriad technical elements. 00:00-07:20: Ben leaps into describing the roots of the show, including how it ties in with “adoption, addiction, and…

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#136: ROBO-homa!

In the first of the 2010 Fringecasts, Phil Gonzales and Mark Sweeney wax robotic on their upcoming fringe show, ROBO-homa! A Territory Tale with a Technological Twist. 00:00-06:15: Phil and Mark talk about ROBO-homa‘s backstage beginnings and its intrinsic connection…

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#131: Reginald Edmund and Jessica Huang

Reginald Edmund and Jessica Huang drop in to discuss The Unit Collective and Minneapolis Madness, playing monthly at the Playwrights Center. The Unit Collective is a group of playwrights of color, endeavoring to support one another in the creation of…

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