Word from the Fringe
It has begun. And while I can't fully relate to those whose approach to the Minnesota Fringe is to treat is as a Lance Armstrong-worthy feat of endurance, I do appreciate the cheaper, shorter ideal of the festival. Last night I saw Mic Weinblatt's "Spare Parts", a really funny noir spoof, and word has been good for David Mann's "Corleone" (a Shakespearean adaptation of "The Godfather". I saw it in partial form earlier in the year and found it a blast). Tonight I'll be checking out Fifty Foot Penguin's "The President, Once Removed", a White House comedy by Ari Hoptman.