Sunday, July 24, 2022

Fringe 2022 - Top 11-20 List

I'll post links here to all my posts about this year's Top 11-20 list, just so there's a handy place to find them all and you don't have to scroll through the whole blog to find them:

11 - Bearded Company – Swords & Sorcery: The Improvised Fantasy Campaign

12 - Wounded Healers – Timothy Berry

13 - My Empty Arms – Broken Wing Productions (Sheree Froelich)

14 - The Brothers Dangus Vol. 1: The Liturgy of the Big Yellow Ghost – The Yes Fly List

15 - Bellerophon’s Shadow: Voyage of the Pegasus – Phantom Chorus Theatre

16 - Sunshine – House Full of Frogs (Franklin Heller)

17 - Jon Bennett: Fire in the Meth Lab – 2Hoots Productions

18 - Have You Tried Cutting Dairy? – Ltd. Spoons Productions

19 - Stars of the Twin Cities – Sam and Bethany Walker

20 - Who’s Afraid of Winnie the Pooh? – Clevername Theatre

(You can click on the following links to see a set of links to the full Top 10 list, a list of returning favorites this year, and the full coverage of the 2022 Fringe on this blog.)

(Side note: Also during Fringe season, Minnesota has a primary election coming up on August 9th.  Early voting options are currently available.  You can also check out what's on your ballot ahead of time on the Minnesota Secretary of State website, as well as other voting services and information.  In Minneapolis, not only do we have the Governor and Lt. Governor on the ballot, but there's our U.S. Congressional Rep., our MN State Senator, the MN Secretary of State and MN Attorney General, as well as our County Sheriff and County Attorney, and two members of the Minneapolis School Board.  These are the people who decide what laws we live under and how they get enforced.  These are the people who decide whether or not we have voting rights.  These are the people who decide how our kids learn.  This is how we change things.  Personally, I'm alternately furious and despairing that my goddaughter and her little sister now have fewer rights over their own bodies than they did a month ago - there are things we can do, voting in the primary (and the general election) is one of them - here's a place you can go to do more.)

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