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TU’s avant-garde production wows international audiences | Towson University

Sat, 07/30/2016 - 12:45 -- rprice

expanding TU’s national and international reputation in arts and communication. The students had an amazing opportunity to share their work and learn from artists from across the globe.”

Developed and staged in collaboration with renowned scenographer Venelin Shurelov and his partner, costume designer Elica Georgieva, “Post-Everything” was inspired by an article about post-humanism.

“We wanted to explore the idea of the “tech-hybrid human,” said Rebekah Lane, a member of the troupe that also included fellow MFA students Kevin Becker

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TU’s avant-garde production wows international audiences | Towson University

Sat, 07/30/2016 - 12:45 -- rprice

expanding TU’s national and international reputation in arts and communication. The students had an amazing opportunity to share their work and learn from artists from across the globe.”

Developed and staged in collaboration with renowned scenographer Venelin Shurelov and his partner, costume designer Elica Georgieva, “Post-Everything” was inspired by an article about post-humanism.

“We wanted to explore the idea of the “tech-hybrid human,” said Rebekah Lane, a member of the troupe that also included fellow MFA students Kevin Becker

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Richard Jordan: The continued growth of open-access fringe festivals can only be good for the arts | Opinion | The Stage

Tue, 06/14/2016 - 22:11 -- rprice

the absolute and vital component to any fringe's success rests in a city’s many different communities collectively feeling that it belongs to them. This is the critical nut to be built up from that foundation where the locals have a feeling of ownership, making them proud to have this cultural asset on their doorstep and thus celebrate the role it plays in enhancing and enriching the lives of those who live there.

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Richard Jordan: The continued growth of open-access fringe festivals can only be good for the arts | Opinion | The Stage

Tue, 06/14/2016 - 22:11 -- rprice

the absolute and vital component to any fringe's success rests in a city’s many different communities collectively feeling that it belongs to them. This is the critical nut to be built up from that foundation where the locals have a feeling of ownership, making them proud to have this cultural asset on their doorstep and thus celebrate the role it plays in enhancing and enriching the lives of those who live there.

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25 years of Orlando Fringe Festival memories: 1992, the 1st festival - Orlando Sentinel

Mon, 03/14/2016 - 09:57 -- rprice

Sentinel theater critic Elizabeth Maupin’s first published review from the festival was quintessentially Fringe: “When you think of clowns, you rarely think of severed limbs” began her positive write-up for the clowning comedy of Toronto duo Mump & Smoot.

The first festival impressed Sentinel entertainment columnist Commander Coconut, who summed up the fun this way: “What we saw we liked, and it’s always good to see lots of people in downtown Orlando, especially weird people.”

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25 years of Orlando Fringe Festival memories: 1992, the 1st festival - Orlando Sentinel

Mon, 03/14/2016 - 09:57 -- rprice

Sentinel theater critic Elizabeth Maupin’s first published review from the festival was quintessentially Fringe: “When you think of clowns, you rarely think of severed limbs” began her positive write-up for the clowning comedy of Toronto duo Mump & Smoot.

The first festival impressed Sentinel entertainment columnist Commander Coconut, who summed up the fun this way: “What we saw we liked, and it’s always good to see lots of people in downtown Orlando, especially weird people.”

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25 years of Orlando Fringe Festival memories: 1992, the 1st festival - Orlando Sentinel

Mon, 03/14/2016 - 09:57 -- rprice

Sentinel theater critic Elizabeth Maupin’s first published review from the festival was quintessentially Fringe: “When you think of clowns, you rarely think of severed limbs” began her positive write-up for the clowning comedy of Toronto duo Mump & Smoot.

The first festival impressed Sentinel entertainment columnist Commander Coconut, who summed up the fun this way: “What we saw we liked, and it’s always good to see lots of people in downtown Orlando, especially weird people.”

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Orlando Weekly and the Orlando Fringe grew up together | Arts Stories & Interviews | Orlando Weekly

Tue, 12/29/2015 - 10:21 -- rprice

The Weekly was always supportive of the Fringe, but in the third year of the Fringe, I think I had heard that a conservative religious radio station had been warning its listeners about the Fringe, while the Weekly ran a headline "Fringe a forum for Religious Right" because of a production of an anti-abortion-leaning play. That was the best and the worst – to have ALL sides of our community offended, but to have all sides of our community OFFENDED.

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Orlando Weekly and the Orlando Fringe grew up together | Arts Stories & Interviews | Orlando Weekly

Tue, 12/29/2015 - 10:21 -- rprice

The Weekly was always supportive of the Fringe, but in the third year of the Fringe, I think I had heard that a conservative religious radio station had been warning its listeners about the Fringe, while the Weekly ran a headline "Fringe a forum for Religious Right" because of a production of an anti-abortion-leaning play. That was the best and the worst – to have ALL sides of our community offended, but to have all sides of our community OFFENDED.

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Orlando Weekly and the Orlando Fringe grew up together | Arts Stories & Interviews | Orlando Weekly

Tue, 12/29/2015 - 10:21 -- rprice

The Weekly was always supportive of the Fringe, but in the third year of the Fringe, I think I had heard that a conservative religious radio station had been warning its listeners about the Fringe, while the Weekly ran a headline "Fringe a forum for Religious Right" because of a production of an anti-abortion-leaning play. That was the best and the worst – to have ALL sides of our community offended, but to have all sides of our community OFFENDED.

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