Posts Tagged ‘Pick of the Fringe Awards’

PurgeCast EXTRASODE! Director Carl Brandt Long & Playwright Hunter Styles of Tell Tale, Pick of the Fringe Winner for Best Drama

Director Carl Brandt Long and playwright Hunter Styles discuss their play Tell-Tale, which was voted Best Drama in the Pick of the Fringe Awards at the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival.

FURTHER READING: Alexis Hauk's review of Tell-Tale.

PurgeCast EXTRASODE! Pick of the Fringe Best Movement & Physical Theatre winner Brynn Tucker of A Guide to Dancing Naked

Brynn Tucker talks about developing her show A Guide to Dancing Naked, which was voted Pick of the Fringe for Best Movement & Physical Theatre in the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival.

FURTHER READING: Rachel Kurzius' review of A Guide to Dancing Naked.

PurgeCast EXTRASODE! Pick of the Fringe Best Drama winner We Tiresias

Playwright Stephen Spotswood and actor Melissa Hmelnicky discuss their Greek tragedy spinoff We Tiresias, which took Best Drama at last night's Pick of the Fringe Awards.
Fringe & Purge Action News and Commentary Squad alumnus Glen Weldon reviewed Spotswood's play Born Normal in the 2008 Capital Fringe Festival. And Olivia Gunn filed this notice on his [...]

PurgeCast EXTRASODE! Pick of the Fringe Best Comedy winner R.U.X.: Rockwell’s Universal seXbots

Being an uncharacteristically brief discussion with some the creators of Pick of the Fringe Best Comedy winner "R.U.X.: Rockwell's Universal seXbots." Playwright Maurice Martin, director Sun King Davis, and actors Aubri O'Connor and John Tweel talk about developing their sharp-witted but surprisingly warm show.
Our review of R.U.X. is here.

(Half the) Pick of the Fringe Award Winners, Interviewed!

We have only just started to see straight again after Sunday night's Captital Fringe Festival-concluding bacchanal, which is why it took so long for these video interviews we shot at Fort Fringe that night to see the light of day. We didn't interview all the winners; just the ones who hung around to party [...]

The (cough) Morning After

Capital Fringe Festival 2010, hazily, lovingly remembered.

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