With a busy weekend of 19 performances, I’ve passed the halfway mark of this year’s Fringe experience. Monday’s two performances are:
RYAN AND ALICE?
2060 Theatrical Productions
Directed by Emma Miller
Cast: Julia Greer & Aaron Lynn
Ryan and Alice weren’t expecting to be trapped in the run-down bathroom at a Louisville apartment party – and they aren’t too thrilled with the situation. Can tales of sex, adolescent humiliation, and giant cream puffs distract them from a doomed attraction? Witty dialogue and honest observation drive this contemporary look at the unexpected strangers who shape our lives. A must-see comedy.
PLEASE, CALL ME CUPCAKE
Cincinnati Fringe favorite Kevin Thornton returns this week with something complete new and different…
A mashup of Divine, Pee Wee’s Playhouse and Reggie Watts! This bizarre and hilarious drag queen performance uses vintage drum machines and synthesizers with stream of consciousness song lyrics to bring you into the strange mind of Cupcake Hawthorne. Performer Kevin Thornton is a veteran national fringe performer and 2010 New Faces winner at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles