|Sent on:||Monday, July 6, 2009 5:19 PM|
Hi, everyone.�� I would love to go to a bunch of fringe festival shows.�� I will be gone all of next week, but I could meet at the July 20 event to make plans.�� Let me know if a bunch of people want to do that.
Yo Theater Mavens (and Farfalla)!
The Fringe schedule is available. I recommend a pre-Fringe gathering to go through the schedule and pick out some shows to see together. Two auspicious occasions would be the Fringe-For-All's at the Gremlin on July 13 and the Ritz on July 20, at 7 pm (see the showcase schedule). I'm currently signed up to work 15 shifts (thus earning 15 passes), but I'm considering an Ultra Pass since I can afford it this year.
codger in the corner,
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Subject: Minnesota Fringe '09 schedule online now!
Minnesota Fringe '09 schedule and tickets online!
The moment's arrived, Fringe fans: The schedule for the 2009 Minnesota Fringe Festival is now online and ready for you!
We have 162 shows at 22 different venues in Minneapolis and (for the very first time) St. Paul.
Get a fistful of art for just a fistful of cash. Buy a super cute five- or ten-show punch card to share tickets among friends or go on your own binge with an Ultra Pass.
BONUS! Ultra Pass holders get a free companion ticket for any show on Thursday, July 30 and Friday, July 31.
Name Fringe's kitty
2009 Fringe sponsor MinnPost is running a contest: Name the Fringe Kitty! Not only will you have the glory of being the proud mother or father of our beloved little critter, the winner get Fringe treats.
Here's how to participate in the Twitter contest. Good luck!
Showcases start Thursday
Our season of sneak peeks gets underway this week.
Tuesday, July 7 at 8:30 p.m.: Word Ninjas at Kieran's Irish Pub (330 Second Av. S., Mpls). $3 suggested donation. Over 15 companies strut their stuff.
Wednesday, July 8 at 7 p.m.: The Rabbit Show at Bryant-Lake Bowl (810 W. Lake St., Mpls) presents a Fringe dance showcase of seven companies. Pay what you can from $6 to $10.
Thursday, July 9 at 6:30 p.m.: A panel discussion of Fringe directors and producers at St. Paul's Merriam Park Library (1831 Marshall Av.).
And check out July's showcase schedule.
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