The most wonderful time of the year (for Rochester) is here: the 3rd annual Rochester Fringe Festival. Ahh, I’m so excited.
Spiegeltent, Cirque Du Fringe, Circus Orange, Jay Pharaoh, local theater, local music–over 300 performances!
The best part is that I get to go to all of it. I’m pleased to announce that, this year, The Number Kevin is one of the official bloggers for the Fringe! Yes, I just referred to myself in the third person. Things are going to get weird. Trust me.
So stay tuned! All this week, and a few days more, I’ll be posting everything Fringe. Where to go, what to do, who stole what show, what events are happening from the University of Rochester as well as other colleges, and, finally, who has the best beer.
Quick Snaps for Last Night
Fringe officially kicked off last night with the Mardi Gras themed, wow-inducing Cique Du Fringe at the amazing Spiegeltent. (Excuse the grainy pics, my phone can not give the Spiegeltent justice. See it for yourself. It is a one of a kind atmosphere).
After the Spiegeltent show, some friends and I happened upon Eastman students playing jazz at Press Coffee. I don’t know who these hep cats we’re, but they were slaying it.
Where I’ll be today, come say hi
Everywhere. But, specifically, (if I can fit it all in):
5:00-11:00pm: RIT’s Emerging Artists 2014 @ The Little, Free
6:00-7:00pm: After Hours -A Cappella Hour @ Bernunzio Uptown Music, $10
7:30-8:30pm Circus Orange’s Tricycle @ Martin Luther King, Jr. Park at Manhattan Square, Free
9:00-11:00pm The City: Choose Your Own Path @ Spiegelgarden, Free
11:00-1:00am Silent Disco @ Spiegeltent, Free
Whatever else comes my way.
Tweet me @kevindanielblog and let me know where I should be!
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s wrap up, as well my recommendations for where to go and what to see!