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August 2015 Blog Posts (4)

Kinky Boots Could've Pushed Further

    Kinky Boots opens on an old factory front, but quickly fills the stage with music and a lively cast. The Orpheum theater’s stage hosted this vibrant musical from July 28th through August 2nd. Everyone in the audience was delighted by not only jokes and witty dialogue throughout the show, but by the sheer joy emitted by the performers. On an entertainment level this show was flawless.

    The story of Kinky Boots tells of a young boy (Charlie) who’s father owns a shoe factory,…


Added by Claire Mathews-Lingen on August 7, 2015 at 11:42am — No Comments

FRINGE: Me, You, and Steve

        It is ROMANCE verses BROMANCE in the Fringe’s romantic comedy, “Me, You, and Steve”! Erin is engaged to the love of her life named Josh, who loves her equally back. Although Josh is committed to Erin, he seems to have his best friend Steve along every time he and Erin are together. With the upcoming wedding of Josh and Erin, Erin wants to find a way to have more time with Josh, away from his best friend Steve, without ruining the wedding by upsetting Josh.

        Even though…


Added by Ryan Lenard on August 5, 2015 at 3:14am — No Comments

FRINGE: You Want a Jingle for What?

        There isn’t much you can be confused about when it comes to a show titled, “You Want a Jingle for What?”. Plain and simple, the entire show is a small showcase of pieces written by a jingle and song writer named Patrick Ireland. I felt the stage atmosphere of the show was very similar to one a night musician at a bar.

        As a whole, this is a very unusual Fringe show in the fact that it does feature a real storyline or theatrical aspect. There is no real acting of…


Added by Ryan Lenard on August 5, 2015 at 2:41am — No Comments

FRINGE: The Clever Artifice of Harriet and Margaret

        A story of secret agendas, inner thoughts, competition, persuasion, and opera is the perfect description of the Fringe Festival’s “The Clever Artifice of Harriet and Margaret”. The story is focused on a woman named Harriet who regrets ending and wants back her relationship with a man named John Caldwell. She is to have tea with John’s current wife named Margaret. Along with the two women at tea, are their inner voices, portrayed in human form, to advise them in executing their…


Added by Ryan Lenard on August 5, 2015 at 2:21am — No Comments

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