Fringe in Sketch 4: SLAUGHTER/ETTE (Butter & Serve)
Fringe Festival, Fringe reviews, Reviews, Theater
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.
“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
” 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.