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Archives for: 2008, week 32

FringeNYC - 1 ATW Review and the Morning's Clips Round-Up

Updates on FringeNYC from yesterday morning. Lori's weighing in on 'Dreadful Penny' down at the Spiegeltent. You'll find my thoughts on 'Zombie' and 'KNB' in 'The Voice'. AmericanTheaterWeb FringeNYC Reviw - Dreadful Penny's Sadistic Sideshow Villa… more »

FringeNYC Review - Dreadful Penny's Sadistic Sideshow

Staged in Spiegelworld’s eerie red-velvet Spiegeltent, the seedy variety show Dreadful Penny’s Exquisite Horrors features a series of pathetic performers ensnared in a Faustian bargain with sadistic ringmaster Dreadful Penny (the morbidly enrapturing Je… more »

FringeNYC - The Morning's Clips Round-Up

Here's a round-up of all of the reviews I've found since yesterday morning. You'll find my take on The Redheaded Man in 'The Voice' and expect my reviews of Zombie and 'KNB' there later today and my take on 'Tim Gunn' should run on TheaterMania over th… more »

FringeNYC - 1 ATW Review and the Morning's Clips Round-Up

AmericanTheaterWeb FringeNYC Review - Lurking in Darkness The Mole People New York Times Bits on Beckett, Sophocles and the End of the World A look at a few of the theatrical offerings at the New York International Fringe Festival. At the Fringe F… more »

FringeNYC Review - Lurking in Darkness

The right campfire story can send shivers down your spine and make the hair on the back of your neck stand on end. And while The Mole People writer/ director Dan Bianchi conjures nostalgic campfire ambiance, with flashlights under-face and a smoke fill… more »