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Here “Bunny Bunny”!!

Today’s podcast features the cast of the 1812 Production, “Bunny Bunny, Gilda Radnor: A Sort of Romantic Comedy” by Alan Zweibel, celebrating one of television’s funniest and inspirational ladies. Stay Tuned!

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ABOUT BUNNY BUNNY, Gilda Radnor: A Sort of Romantic Comedy

Through October 27th

In Bunny Bunny, a beautiful and witty start to our season, playwright Alan Zweibel remembers his buddy-and-almost-lover friendship with Saturday Night Live actress Gilda Radner. At turns sarcastic, charming, confrontational, and always funny—this imaginary biography of one of television’s funniest ladies describes the relationship that could have been, and the good times that always will be.

 

 

FOR TICKETS:
https://1812productions.secure.force.com/ticket#details_a0SA000000AYPxWMAX

FOR INFORMATION:
http://1812productions.org

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“Found” in Space!

Today’s podcast features Found Theater Company and their FRINGE offering “TWILIGHT KINGDOM”. Melissa Amilani finds out what is so interesting about space in the exploration of this production. Stay Tuned!

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ABOUT TWILIGHT KINGDOM

This year, we ask: Why are we so drawn to outer space? What happens to us when we reflect on the big cosmological questions? With our hearts to the stars, with music, bodies, and science, we offer a piece of quantum theater that lies somewhere between waking and dreaming.

Celestial Bodies! Dark Energy! Time Travel!

For this Fringe, Found Theater Company asks: Why are we so drawn to outer space? What happens to us when we reflect on the big cosmological questions? With an upward gaze, with music, bodies, and science, Found offers a piece of quantum theater that lies somewhere between waking and dreaming.

In the Twilight Kingdom, paradox is law. Up is down. Dark is light. Chasm is chaos and chaos yields harmony. In this ethereal space of the beyond, we are guided into a world of impossible questions, where space demons serenade us with songs from the dream world, and scientists of sorts teach the theory of everything. We need not fear this realm, for the seven stewards of space-time are here to welcome those who wish to enter. With their help, we will transcend the conventions of this world, into an inter-dimensional space, a between space, where an infinite universe meets finite bodies.

FOR TICKETS
http://fringearts.ticketleap.com/this-is-the-twilight-kingdom/#view=calendar

INFORMATION:
http://www.foundtheaterco.com

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Women tell “Dirty Joke” too!

Today’s podcast features Jennifer Blaine and director Vashti DuBois. Their production “DIRTY JOKE” opens in the FRINGE and is the culmination of 17 years of character development. Stay Tuned!

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ABOUT DIRTY JOKE

“Dirty Joke” centers on one of Jennifer’s most popular characters: Ruth, an elderly Jewish woman with a penchant for off-color humor. Ruth sings, dances, tells jokes, and makes light out of the dark moment in which she finds herself — struggling to hold onto her apartment. As Ruth convenes the first live “Superwoman Conference” (which includes 1 man), Jennifer portrays 8 real-life changemakers who have made a significant impact on our world.

Inspired by one of Jennifer’s relatives, the character of Ruth challenges the audience’s expectations of what an elderly person will say or do. Although she is deeply attached to her home and her intention to keep it, she willingly enters into other character’s worlds and worldviews. Ruth provides the throughline of comic relief because, as Jennifer explains, “Laughter is a gateway to talking and thinking about larger social justice issues.”

FOR TICKETS:
http://fringearts.ticketleap.com/dirty-joke/

INFORMATION:
http://jenniferblaine.com

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Robert takes a “Bath” with “Ishmael”!

Today’s podcast features the nature of Clark Park, along with the first interview of our new host Melissa Amilani. Today, she is joined by Mike Durkin of The Renegade Company to talk about the FRINGE offering taking place in a rented bathtub! Stay Tuned!

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ABOUT BATHTUB MOBY DICK

“For there is no folly of the beasts of the earth which is not infinitely outdone by the madness of men.”

How do we cope with loss? What prevents us from escaping from life? Robert, recently divorced, loses his job and retreats to his bathtub. Disillusioned and overwhelmed by his troubles, he picks up Herman Melville’s novel and begins a journey. Set in a bathroom, The Renegade Company recreates Melville’s characters’ experience aboard the ship.

The show features start Ed Swidey and is conceived/directed by Renegade artistic director Michael Durkin.

The production features brief male nudity.

For the production Renegade teams up for our Unconventional Community Collaboration with The Medicine Womyn Mixology Group and Wildwood Soapworks to create the environment aboard the Peqod.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:
http://fringearts.ticketleap.com/bathtub-moby-dick/#view=calendar

http://www.therenegadecompany.org/

YOUTUBE VIDEO LINK:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhBO_47SDJc&hd=1

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