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Fringe File 2018 #15 – VIDEO: The Second Round of Previews

A collage of promotional images for the 2018 Minnesota Fringe Festival.

The musicals were out in force at last night’s preview event for the 2018 Minnesota Fringe. The event – the second of three showcases – featured snippets of everything from short plays and couple tiffs to short plays and goofing off. There are, of course, also shows about dating disasters and boobs…perennial favorites, if you will.

In no particular order, here are the videos for the previewed shows:

Saree-ously Speaking? Uff-Da! (Mollywood Productions)

Self-Titled Debut Album (Philip Simondet)

What To Do In Case Of Dinosaur Attack (Monster Science Productions)

#NaNoWriMo: The Naughty Bits (Tesseray Productions)

An Odyssey Backwards and in Heels (The Rest of Us)

Have You Seen This Girl? (Mermaid Productions)

Now We See It (Michael Rogers)

Soft (Paper Soul)

Sidesplitting (Ruckus Productions)

The Great Canadian Maple Syrup Heist or, Ocean’s ‘Eh’T?: A Musical’
(Literally Entertainment Productions)

The Buttslasher (New Endeavors Productions)

Gunplay! (Tom Reed)

Book of Shadows (Erin Sheppard Presents)

Summers in Prague (Sidecar Theatre)

A Justice League of Their Own (Mainly Me Productions)

(a) Normal Theatre Play’ (Goof Goof)

TITUS: Sweet Water, Silent Walks (The BAND Group)

A Part of Me (Imagined Theatre)

Rejection (Theatre Corrobora)

The Breakfast Club: The Musical! (FredPictures)

Midwest World (Play-dot)

Estate of Affairs (So Shall I)

Sideswipe (Blinking Eye Theatre)

Swimming Against Fate (All’s Swole that Ends Swole)

ITCHY TINGLES (Heidi Arneson)

Boobilicious (On the Verge Theatre MN)

The Complete Works of William Shatner (Abridged) (Rooftop Theatre Company)

THE NEWS: A Musical (Clevername Theatre)

LAKES 4 (Schmidtshow Productions)

Couple Fight: The Musical (Weggel-Reed Productions)

Hanne Appelbaum
Hanne Appelbaum is the Editor of the <em>Twin Cities Arts Reader</em>. She was born in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and moved to the Twin Cities to take up a career as a classroom paraprofessional. She is the mother of three children, an enthusiastic educator, and a passionate fan of dance in all of its forms. She enjoys ice skating, Game of Thrones (books over HBO, but who's counting), and restaurant dives.
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