Pre-Fringe Profiles: 2014 edition

For ease of navigation, the seven Pre-Fringe Profiles I've created are below, each linked to their respective haiku. Happy clicking!


Pre-Fringe Profile: Miniature Horses Don't Go To Heaven

CAVEAT: I have worked with both Adam (writer) and Bethany (director) on a handful of smaller projects in previous years, and Cody (actor) is directing one of my sketches for a show in this Fringe, as well.


Pre-Fringe Profile: Green T's 2001: A Space Odyssey

CAVEAT: I performed in a fundraiser for the company back in 2012, and have worked with one of the performers (Natalie Rae Wass) extensively in past productions.


Pre-Fringe Profile: Stairway to Kevin

CAVEAT: I have been touring on the Fringe circuit in many of the same places as Kevin for years now, though we have never worked together directly.


Pre-Fringe Profile: Natural Novice

PRODUCER: Siobhan O'Loughlin
HAILING FROM: Brooklyn, New York
SHOW DESCRIPTION: Siobhan moves from a commune to NYC; analyzes the implications of not shaving her body hair; and contemplates how a woman defines herself, no matter what she looks like.


Pre-Fringe Profile: #RelationshipStatus

CAVEAT: Meredith Larson, the director of this show, also directed a one-minute play I wrote last winter, though I don't believe we've officially met face-to-face.


Pre-Fringe Profile: Kyle and Sean Are Lovers

CAVEAT: I am producing a show in the same venue that is technically in competition with this one for an additional performance (though I do not view mine as a serious contender).


THEATER REVIEW | Shadow Horse Theatre's "Crazyface": More macabre than laughs

Andy Schnabel as the title character in Shadow Horse Theatre's production of Clive Barker's Crazyface (photography by Christopher J. Mogel)

Legend has it the last words of the famous Shakespearean actor Edmund Kean on his deathbed were, “Dying is easy. Comedy is hard.” That might be the quickest way to sum up what’s right and wrong with Shadow Horse Theatre’s production of horror writer Clive Barker’s play, the epic clown show/hero’s journey, Crazyface.

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