Posts Tagged ‘Pat O’Brien’

Hip Shot: The Fever

Goethe Institut – Main Stage

Remaining Performances:
Thursday, July 24, 10 p.m.
Friday, July 25, 6 p.m.
They Say: An affluent traveler to a poor country is leveled by a nightmarish but enlightening fever that will challenge the consciences of the most liberal of theatre-goers. Was Marx right? Featuring Pat O'Brien from last year's Fringe hit, Underneath the Lintel.
Chris' Take: [...]

Today’s Fringenda: A Cowardly and Superstitious Lot of Recommendations Edition

Happy Batman Day! Fringeworthy née Fringe and Purge alumnus Glen Weldon's Bat-book The Caped Crusade: The Rise of Batman and the Triumph of Nerd Culture won't be out until next year, but maybe you can celebrate by going to see The Adventures of Tapman at Atlas tonight at 7:30.
Our redoubtable Camila Domonoske reports it's a [...]

PurgeCast #17: Tragical Mirth, Landlocked Fish, Hardboiled Private Eyes

FEATURING: Rebecca J. Ritzel! Camilla Domonoske! Rachel Manteuffel! Look what I do for you, dear listeners.
DISCUSSED: The Tragical Mirth of Love and Marriage: Short Scenes by Chekov; A Guide to Dancing Naked; Fish Outta Water; Underneath the Lintel; Detective Pimbley and the Case of the Rich, Dead Lady.
DISCOVERED: The Librarian is a made-for-cable adventure film [...]

Today’s Fringenda: The Secretions of His Success Edition

Greeting, Noble Denizens of Planet Fringe. Wanna hear something sexy? When the sun sets over Fort Fringe tonight at 8:25 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, the temperature is projected to be a humane 72 degrees Fahrenheit.
CapFringe recommendations, courtesy of your friendly neighborhood Fringe & Purge Action News and Commentary Squad, explode in action immediamente!
In [...]

Hip Shot: Underneath the Lintel

Goethe Institut – Main Stage
Remaining Performances:
Thursday, July 25, 5:15 p.m.
Friday, July 26, 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 27, 8 p.m.
Sunday, July 28, 3 p.m.
They say: Best Solo Show: Minnesota and London (Ontario) Fringes. Starring film and TV veteran Pat O'Brien. A librarian finds a book 123 years overdue and embarks on a quest to apprehend [...]