Andy is part of the Nonsense Company, and also part of the Prince Myshkins. I caught up with him at the Ootiefest and did an interview.
|The Nonsense Company did Great Hymn of Thanksgiving/Conversation Storm a few Fringes ago, one of my favorites. They are always a Must See for me at the Fringe. This year, they're in a small space, a classroom holding 30 people (where Calculus, the Musical was).|
I interviewed a very tired Andy Gricevich (mp3, 5:40) just before the Ootiefest got underway.
|Sigal Shoham, |
Sigal is at her first Fringe, a late addition, from San Francisco.
|So there was this woman in the corner playing banjo. While waiting for Andy to come back with some food, I introduced myself. Later, she sought me out. As the last addition (maybe) to the Fringe, Sigal is a bit worried about publicity and general Fringe matters. She's a motivational speaker herself (among other things) and wanted to do a show that poked fun at infomercials and modern day medicine shows.|
Sigal Shoham (mp3, 3:32)
|Stephen Swanson of
Stephen sings an excellent version of "The Band Played Waltzing Matilda" during the Ootiefest. His playlist is on the Fringe website. Bedlam Theatre, 7/29/09
|Stephen's song propelled "Songs of War" into my Must See Category.|
Tonight, unless plans go awry, four shows at the Augsberg's two theaters:
5:30, Mainstage: The man who turned into a dog/Poet in New York
7:00, Studio: Dream Time Down Under
8:30, Studio: Parry Hotter and the Half-Drunk Twins
10:00, Studio: The Twisted Grin-Assorted Tales to Amuse and Alarm