Tweet Reviews from the First Week of Fringe

I edited FringeArts’ guide to the Fringe Festival this year, so it feels weird to review festival shows, but I’ve been tweeting my thoughts out after each performance. Check them out and follow more @cpmunden.

Starting with The B-Side: “Negro Folklore from Texas State Prisons,” A Record Album Interpretation, which was excellent.

Then Brown-Eyed Rapunzel

And Annie Wilson’s bilialien

Saturday September 7, I saw three shows. John Rosenberg’s Autopia

Mariana Arteaga’s Úumbal: Nomadic Choreography for Inhabitants

And PAC’s The Sea Voyage.

This week I saw the David Lynch–inspired Red Lodge, Montana by The Antidote

And the Free Fringe show In Pasta

Nick Jonczak’s sci fi epic Churn

Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium’s Come Back, Little Sheba

JUNK’s Skein of Heart. Brian Sanders gave a post-show talk about Fringe and JUNK history.

Lastly, a one-off Late Night Snacks cabaret performance featuring the inimitable Joseph Keckler, lead artist for next weekend’s Let Me Die.

Some good Fringe-ing.

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Christopher Munden

Your faithful correspondent and publisher Christopher Munden has written and edited for many publications, websites, and cultural institutions. He was an editor/publisher of the Philly Fiction book series, collections of short stories written by local writers and set in Philadelphia. He's also a soccer coach and a pretty good skier.