Monday, June 28, 2010

I feel bad

for not taking in more of Hollywood Fringe, although I've been paying attention on the blogs and LAWeekly. I did get to one show but it was kind of a work(ish) thing so.... Anyway, the Weekly's had some fun writing on the matter, particularly today.
The following anecdote, told here by Bill Raden was overheard from the production's stage-manager:

"At Thursday's performance of Euripides' Medea (at The Complex), they had a whopping house of five people. Two of them, both men, sat in the front row, which at the Dorie, means their knees were jammed into the apron of the stage. Seven minutes into the show one of the men's heads began wobbling and then plunked down onto the stage, apparently passed out.
There's more where that came from. Check the link here.

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