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Fringe Dwellers

Pioneer Press writers will be reviewing dozens of shows during this year's Fringe Festival. While traipsing from show to show, they'll have eyes and ears open to notable moments, odd encounters and unusual events. Those observations will be recorded here.






Wednesday, August 02, 2006

A-Fringing We Will Go!

The 13th Annual Minnesota Fringe Festival is upon us, and once again, the intrepid bloggers from the St. Paul Pioneer Press -- led by theater critic Dominic P. Papatola -- will be ready with their discriminating guide to what's a Must See and what should be Avoided Like the Plague.

Their reviews will be online (check frequently!) at twincities.com, and will appear daily on the A&E Live page of the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

Check this blog for all things Fringe-y -- additional insights, gossip, critical dustups, newsy bits and more.

It all starts Thursday. Grab your Ultra Pass and hang on!


2 Comments:

Blogger Cindy said...

My husband and I had the pleasure of experiencing local storyteller Richard Rousseau's new, meandering and heartwarming tale about his quirky Uncle Will tonight at the Rarig Center. His passionate delivery and carefully intersecting bits of storylines that weave into the patterns of an unexpected whole will leave you caring about this eccentric old man that you've never met. Uncle Will, Richard Rousseau and their relationship were a bit, well, odd... entertainingly so. This is an opportunity to enjoy pondering about the detours of life, the unseen connections in the universe, and what really prompted the Rousseaus' trip to California to bring a man they barely knew back to Minnesota. This is a must see! You can find Richard at the U of M Rarig Center Arena on Sunday, August 6 at 4pm; Tuesday, August 8 at 8:30pm; Wednesday, August 9 at 10pm; and Saturday, August 12 at 5:30pm.

12:53 AM  
Blogger Cindy said...

Oops, I forgot to mention that Richard Rousseau's performance is called "Cast of the Stranger."

12:57 AM  

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