Fringe in Sketch: THE ELEMENTARY SPACETIME SHOW

A young girl attempts suicide and wakes up trapped in a cosmic vaudevillian game show that she must win in order to enter the void of death. But the more Alameda wants to die, the harder she has to work—winning means she must confront avatars of scientific truth, ostentatious musical numbers, elaborate dance sequences, and acquaint herself with the enigmatic laws of the universe.

See more sketches at thesketchbookreporter.com and instagram/thesketchbookreporter. Read the Phindie reviews here and here and see it yourself this weekend. [The Arts Bank at The University of the Arts, 601 South Broad Street] September 10-24, 2016; fringearts.com/elementary-spacetime-show.

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Alameda (Julia Louis) pulls the lever to start the game of life and death.

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A song from the balcony “Life without hope is hopeless!”

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A parade of Alameda’s life “Father was a Don Juan.”

[The Arts Bank at The University of the Arts, 601 South Broad Street] September 10-24, 2016; fringearts.com/elementary-spacetime-show.

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Aaron Krolikowski

Aaron Krolikowski is cartoonist. See the world through his pen at interview-press.com and see my sketches at thesketchbookreporter.com.