Well, we just wrapped the Charlottesville shows – and each one was Sold Out.
Dee Dee, Chris Baumer, and I spent Sunday morning cleaning out the theatre, reception room, and rooftop patio at Live Art where last night we hosted a very special night — made even lovelier by Kathy Doby and all her wonderful catering vision. If you missed it, you missed it.
The next chance to see Dirty Barbie before Scotland is in NYC at the 59E59 East to Edinburgh festival.
This is part of a festival that only features show that are confirmed to go to Edinburgh.
- DIRTY BARBIE AND OTHER GIRLHOOD TALES
- $15 (59E59 MEMBERS $10.50)
- July 10, 11, 12, 14 at 9
Now, let’s take a look a what The Traverse Theatre has on in August in Edinburgh. Why focus on one theatre. Well, the Traverse Theatre, a permanent Edinburgh theatre, has proven over the years to be the best collection of Theatre. See, there are many categories of performance at the Fringe: Theatre, Comedy, Physical Theatre, Musical, Solo, Verbatim, etc. And for really good theatre, a great place to start is The Traverse Theatre:
Another Show by Daniel Kitson? I know, you know, but he’s just a lovely story teller/performer/comedian, so maybe I have a little crush, but I bet the show will be worth putting on your list.
The world premier of a dark new coming of age play by acclaimed playwright Simon Stephens (Pornography, Sea Wall, Punk Rock); Lyric Hammersmith Artistic Director Sean Holmes (the Olivier award winning Blasted, Saved, Ghost Stories) and performed by the Lyric Young Company.
Good title, nice image and the description of this show from Belgium contains a reference to “Barbies.”
Wellllll….. there’s 5 more to see at the Festival. But the best thing to do is go to the site, go grab a Fringe Guide, page through and take a chance on something that to you looks good.
Getting ready, getting excited,