Fringe in Sketch 4: SLAUGHTER/ETTE (Butter & Serve)

As part of Phindie’s coverage of the 2015 Fringe Festival, we are having artists sketch what they see at select Fringe shows. Here’s what Chuck Schultz saw at SLAUGHTER/ETTE. [Mascher Space Cooperative, 155 Cecil B. Moore Avenue ] September 3-5, 2015; fringearts.com/slaughterette.

See more of Chuck’s art at yochuckart.blogspot.com.

The "bacholorettes" of slaughter/ette.

The “bacholorettes” of SLAUGHTER/ETTE.

"In SLAUGHTER/ETTE, a parody of The Bachelor, reality television contestants hope to score themselves an eligible bachelor by any means necessary"

“In SLAUGHTER/ETTE, a parody of The Bachelor, reality television contestants hope to score themselves an eligible bachelor by any means necessary”—Ninni Saajola, Phindie review of SLAUGHTER/ETTE

"failed contestants getting slaughtered like cattle"

“failed contestants getting slaughtered like cattle”—Ninni Saajola, Phindie review of SLAUGHTER/ETTE.

" The actors, sets, and costumes are easy to pull out, but I am trying to capture the performance. The movement minutely or obscurely depicts the plot. A majority of the drawings become a timeline of different scenes. The actors from all parts of the play make almost a kind of montage."---Chuck Schultz.

” The actors, sets, and costumes are easy to pull out, but I am trying to capture the performance. The movement minutely or obscurely depicts the plot. A majority of the drawings become a timeline of different scenes. The actors from all parts of the play make almost a kind of montage.”—Chuck Schultz.

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