New Orleans Fringe

Fringe, Singed II

NOLADEFENDER.com, by NoDeff Staff, November 22, 2013.

In this round of NOLA Defender's 2013 Fringe Fest reviews, puppets cover history and mythology takes to the aerials... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Blue Book: A Guide to Storyville

SouthernGlossary.com, by Brad Rhines, November 21, 2013.

In turn of the century New Orleans, prostitution was as much about race and class as it was about sex. Blue Book: A Guide to Storyville, presented by the Mudlark Puppeteers... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Struggle for Justice

SouthernGlossary.com, by Ryan Sparks, November 21, 2013.

Struggle for Justice tells the story of an African-American family of sharecroppers in rural Mississippi, stifled by the culture of keeping them “in their place.”... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Life After Death

SouthernGlossary.com, by Brad Rhines, November 21, 2013.

There’s been no better time to be zombie. Zombie’s are hot right now--from World War Z to The Walking Dead--but Life After Death shows that there's more to a zombie’s life than... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Sacred Waste

SouthernGlossary.com, by Ryan Sparks, November 21, 2013.

The true believers in Sacred Waste begin rounding up initiates into their tribe right outside the entrance to the Mardi Gras Zone venue.  Dressed in tribal-inspired costumes made from... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Icarus

SouthernGlossary.com, by Brad Rhines, November 21, 2013.

In this version of the classic tale, Icarus is a love story. The show, featuring aerialists Rachel Strickland and Meredith Starnes, relies strictly on physical movement to convey the narrative of two characters discovering... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

The Mudlark Public Theater on the fringe of NOLA Fringe Fest 2013

nola.com, by Doug MacCash, November 21, 2013.

On Wednesday morning at 9, final rehearsal began at the Mudlark Public Theater for an elaborate puppet show titled “Blue Book: A Dioramic Guide to the Days and Ways of Storyville.”... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Fringe, Singed

NOLADEFENDER.com, by NoDeff Staff, November 21, 2013.

The streets overfloweth with performance once again, as the New Orleans Fringe Festival is upon us. Once again NoDef's crack team is taking to the streets to review all the plays... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Butcher Holler Here We Come [Feature Preview]

SouthernGlossary.com, by Brad Rhines, November 20, 2013.

Butcher Holler Here We Come begins with a bang. The show, presented by Brooklyn-based theatre company Aztec Economy, tells the claustrophobic story of five men trapped... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

New Orleans History Presented at Fringe

SouthernGlossary.com, by Ryan Sparks, November 20, 2013.

Thoughts of New Orleans often arouse the imagination.  For outsiders there is a mysterious, romantic quality veiled and reclining in the periphery of our national vision.  For many citizens the dream is often of what once was as it fades before our eyes... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

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