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A performance at a fringe festival could be a show about anything- theater, dance, music or comedy- absolutely anything!
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Veronica: It’s about the performers but mainly fringiest all about discovery. Hi I’m Veronica with watchmojo.com and today we’re going to learn how to fringe. Male: What’s up everybody welcome to 2008 what you called fringe. Veronica: So what exactly is a fringe festival? Geoff: Well the fringe festival is all around the world and they are kind of different in each place the first one was in Umbra started in 1947, the broad artist from all of the place and the Umbra artist like one of us so it just started doing the show anyway at the same time. Journalist started further as the festival fringe. Veronica: So you’re a participant in fringe festivals, what were your title be? Anders: I’m here as an actor mainly and also be hosting the fringe for all this happening this evening. Tonight is a chance to introduce to all of you because you are all the companies that had travelled from out of town will be here. Veronica: So what kind of shows can you expect to fringe festival? Anders: By its very nature at a fringe festival you could expect just about anything. Andrew: You know I would like to because following all the animals that froze. Anders: Because there’s no artistic direction, if somebody wanted to just sit there, pet turtle on a stool and let the audience watch that for an hour they could do it if they wanted to. Geoff: We got titles in the past letch, the happy cunt, young Hitler, live sexual lamas, Hamlet in the voices the Simpsons characters and then touring the world with it for ten to twelve years. My Big Fat Greek wedding was a show that premiered the Winnipeg fringe festival, Puppets Who Killed debut here. Anders: Really any kind of exciting performance you could want is happening here at the fringe. There are bands in this theater, there’s comedy is everything. Greg: I hope the dishwasher pushing the right clothes to dish articles to remain open dishwasher. Steep pulling over steep back to the regular, go jump it up through, push it like your jocular dump at the head poke and all. Geoff: It’s basically like a serious of runs over for a week so its kind of running gags and build up to a massive climax and the second to notch show. Male: We have Arnold tradition, it involves everyone including the audience. Anders: I feel like people who support the fringe are more rapid in their support of it than supporters most of their festivals I find. Male: Physics on the level second, dance for all. Veronica: What’s the best past of the fringe festival? Anders: Probably the best part is just being able to see so many different shows. Geoff: For me personally it has to do with the whole community around it. People can follow their personal curiosities towards shows that are interesting to them personally as oppose to what should be interesting. They’re going to see what is interesting for that. Male2: Come on, we’ll see the show everybody.