Changes in Orlando Fringe schedule

My friend and astute former editor, Mary Frances Emmons, has suggested a separate place with a list of all the changes to the Fringe schedule. As usual, she’s right. I’ll post them here and also put a separate page under the Fringe tab on my home page, and you can find them there too. Got that?

Here you go:


  • unADULTeRATED me /Rachelle Fordyce has canceled completely for all her shows.
  • 6 Guitars/ Chase Padgett is canceled for the Sunday, May 30 5pm show. ALL his other five performances are the same.
  • The Improv Show is canceled in the Red Venue.


Trojan Women 2.0
Pathos Theatre Inc., Orlando
Rating: MATURE | Genre: Tragic Comedy
Brown Venue        55 minutes
(Discounts: Students with valid ID)
$10 (plus $8 Fringe Button)

A modern re-imaging of the classic Greek play, placed in the altered reality of modern-day Morocco; heeding the brutality, sexuality, and destruction of culture that comes with war.

5/20 THU 10:50PM
5/22 SAT 5:00PM
5/24 MON 8:35PM
5/25 TUE 8:50PM
5/28 FRI 5:15PM
5/29 SAT 12:00PM
5/30 SUN 12:40PM

From two of the guys who brought you Oral! at the 2008 Orlando International Fringe Festival!

Portion of proceeds to benefit Equity Fights AIDS.

Orlando Youth Alliance’s show Let’s Make A Gay Deal is canceled from The Orlando Fringe. Orlando Youth Alliance is STILL in the festival in the same venue and with the same show times as Let’s Make A Gay Deal was.

The new show title is: I ________ You.

Contemporary musical theater revue exploring dynamics of gay & straight relationships performed by LGBTA youth. Thousands of dollars worth of prizes will be awarded.


(The changes in the next show description are marked in red.)

Fringe of Nature. Brian Feldman Projects, Orlando. Rating: Mature (wilderness survival skills) | Genre: performance art/outdoor. 17 hours. $10 (plus $8 Fringe Button).

Non-Eagle Scout Brian Feldman (“Orlando’s greatest living performance artist,” Orlando Weekly) takes the Fringe where it’s never gone before, with this overnight primitive camping trip to Wekiwa Springs State Park.

5/21 FRI 5:30PM
5/22 SAT 5:30PM
5/23 SUN 5:30PM
5/28 FRI 5:30PM
5/29 SAT 5:30PM

IMPORTANT: Per the Fringe, no one under the age of 21 will be allowed to purchase a ticket to, or attend this event. This is an approx. 17 hour event (1020 minutes approx.), departing from the Shakespeare Center lobby. It includes a 13.8-mile car ride from Orlando Loch Haven Park to Wekiwa Springs State Park in Apopka, an approximately 3.5-mile hike to a primitive camping site in a wilderness area (i.e. no vehicle access, facilities, restrooms or showers), overnight camping (in a single tent; comfortably sleeps six), followed by a return 3.5-mile hike and 13.8-mile car ride back to Orlando Loch Haven Park in the morning. There may not be cellular phone service at the camp site. Please plan accordingly and take water, a compass, a map and anything else you may need (i.e. sleeping bag, waterproof boots). There will be a brief stop at a supermarket on the way to Wekiwa Springs State Park. (Wekiwa Springs State Park is closed from 6/1/2010 to 12/31/2012 due to construction. In other words, this is your last chance to go before the end of the world.)

Tickets for all five nights of Fringe of Nature go on sale Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 11:00PM, only at the Shakespeare Center Fringe box office. There is a one (1) night and one (1) ticket limit per person. Sorry, No Fringe Bucks or Passes accepted. (You just might want to camp out.) Remember: Transportation is complimentary with your ticket purchase for this camping experience.

• The longest event in Orlando Fringe history (17 hours)!
• The most exclusive event in Orlando Fringe history (10 tickets)!
• The first Orlando Fringe event to take place outside of Orlando (17 miles away in Apopka)!

Brian Feldman is a conceptual artist, working primarily in time-based performance. Best known for marrying a stranger (Brian Feldman Marries Anybody*), he’s leaped off of a ladder 366 times over 24 hours (Leap Year Day), had dinner on stage with his real life family over 40 times (The Feldman Dynamic), organized a 67 hour read-a-thon on the roof of Orlando Public Library (67 Books), recited anonymous text messages (@txt_show), had people walk over him while he slept for 50 hours (sleepwalk) and sang cover songs under the covers of his bed (Under the Covers), among over 50 other projects. He has presented work at such venues as Atlantic Center for the Arts (New Smyrna Beach), Orlando Museum of Art, FringeNYC @ The Kraine Theater (New York), Camposition (Miami), PooL Art Fair Miami, Orlando Fringe, IKEA and Cracker Barrel. He lives in Orlando, Florida.


4 responses to “Changes in Orlando Fringe schedule

  1. Goodness… Are there always this many changes in Fringe?

  2. Yes, and there will likely be more. Stay tuned!