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With that began an interview of Sarah Curnoles, producer and director of the 2015 Charm City Fringe Fest Audience Choice Award winner, A Fool’s Paradise (formerly That Way Madness Lies). In just a few days, Sarah and her company will be the second Festival award-winner to take their production to Scotland to perform in the largest arts festival in the world, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe... (click headline to see the full article)
In August, three Harford County actors will travel to Scotland to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the world's largest arts festival. Logan Davidson, Jenna Rossman and Sabrina Thornton will appear in "A Fool's Paradise: 30 Shakespeare Scenes in 60 Minutes."
Last year, the Festival hosted 50,459 performances of 3,314 shows in 313 venues... (click headline to see the full article)
What does an international performance arts festival in Edinburgh, Scotland have in common with Baltimore? This year, quite a bit. In August, the annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe (The Fringe) will host a talented troupe of Charm City actors for the international debut of “A Fool’s Paradise: 30 Shakespeare Scenes in 60 Minutes.” (click headline to see the full article at RevealBaltimore.com)
That Way Madness Lies features audience participation—and bingo.
"The stars here are the actors and Shakespeare's words—and that is the greatest achievement of this performance. You'll see these incredible works in a different way, and appreciate the dedication and prowess it takes to interpret them." (click headline to see full article)